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Belek to Pamukkale tour

Belek to Pamukkale tour for 1 day is a fascinating tour of the affordable cost will leave indelible impressions in your memory. The distance from Belek to Denizli, which is 283 km, will be almost invisible to travelers

Pamukkale day trip from Belek

Pamukkale day trip from Belek is a great excursion to the most picturesque places in Turkey for the whole family!

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Belek to Pamukkale tour one of the options for a one-day excursion to Pamukkale to have a fun and interesting time with benefit, learn the culture and history of the country and get the opportunity to visit the healing springs, paying a very affordable price for the trip. 

What is the meaning of Pamukkale?

Pamukkale translated from Turkish means "cotton castle". This is a unique natural and cultural complex created by nature itself in the south-west of the country. Unique in its kind travertines, which arose on the slope of the mountain, are known all over the world. During an excursion to Pamukkale from Belek for one day, you can see 17 geothermal springs, the water temperature of which does not drop below +35 degrees.

Pamukkale Thermal Pools

Fantastic snow-white limestone cascades on travertines enhance the impression of what he saw. The water itself is healing. Its amazing properties were experienced by the ancient Greeks. Today, these hot springs are popular as one of the most effective anti-aging remedies.

For those who wish to spend more time in the springs, as well as additionally visit the ancient city of Ephesus, we offer a two-day tour Ephesus from Belek.

How long ago was formed Pamukkale?

The formation of unique geothermal springs in Turkey was facilitated by centuries-old events that took place in the distant past in this territory. Hundreds of millennia ago, a powerful earthquake caused a chain of geological movements in the earth's crust. Due to this, open sources of minerals, in particular calcium, began to form in the faults. Underground waters, rich in calcium, began to break out forming unusual travertines - picturesque cascades of snow-white color. In fact, they were created over thousands of years by nature itself and consist of a huge number of layers of calcium deposits.

Karahayit Red Springs

Just a few kilometers from the legendary white terraces of Pamukkale is the small but popular tourist village of Karkhait, which the group can also visit as part of a one-day excursion Belek to Pamukkale. Here are the so-called red springs of Karhayit, or hot springs. The temperature of the mineral water here is so high that if you touch its source, you can easily get thermal burns. The waters of Carkhait are rich in iron and are also considered healing. Unique muds that are applied to the face and body also have healing properties.

When was Hierapolis built?

In the vicinity of the terraces are the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis, which is called the "holy city". A Belek to Pamukkale tour for 1 day will give you the opportunity to walk along the old streets and see the amphitheater, Roman baths, the main gate and many other objects that tell about the former greatness of this place. The first settlements on the territory of Hierapolis date back four thousand years ago. In 17 B.C. there was a powerful earthquake, after which the city drowned in ruins.

Roman Amphitheatre Of Hierapolis

Despite the devastating earthquake, some buildings of the ancient city of Hierapolis still managed to survive. First of all, we are talking about the famous ancient amphitheater, which, according to various sources, could accommodate 10-12 thousand spectators at the same time. Here, in the era of the ancient Romans, city meetings, enchanting performances and battles of warriors were held. 

Cleopatra's pool benefits

Another unique place, popular among travelers, was the baths of Queen Cleopatra, where the beauty herself took rejuvenating baths. The water in this thermal spring resembles champagne with small bubbles, and its composition is rich in the most important microelements for maintaining youth and female beauty: zinc, iron, manganese, etc.

Excursion to Pamukkale from Bogazkent

Excursion to Pamukkale from Bogazkent - Belek for a day - you will discover all the secrets of Cotton Castle, learn the history of the nearby town of Denizli, what the roosters love here and what role they played in people's lives. Walk through the cascade of the white terraces of Mount Chal Dag, plunge into the healing water of the Cleopatra Basin and stroll through the ancient Hierapolis.

A one-day tour to the Cotton Castle from Kadriye

A one-day tour to the Cotton Castle from Kadriye - Belek - this balneological resort is bestowed on us by nature itself, a gift that was used in ancient times to strengthen the body and spirit. Water flowing down the snow-white mountain, saturated with minerals and has a constant temperature of 35 degrees, it is pleasant to walk on it, enjoying the beauty of nature.

Pamukkale and Cleopatra's pool from Serik

Pamukkale and Cleopatra's pool from Serik - Belek for one day - during the tour we will visit the hill, decorated with travertine terraces and baths, which drain the healing springs. The Cleopatra Basin is what remains of the ancient Romans' hospitals and the ancient city of Ierapolis, the largest necropolis in Turkey, the ancient theatre, the basilica and the tomb of St. Philip.

Belek to Pamukkale tour price list

How Many Age Range Price
1 person  Adult 35€
1 person  Children (4-8) 20€

Belek to Pamukkale tour Benefits

Pamukkale tour from Belek one day is a transfer in a comfortable bus, which will start from the moment the transport is sent, thanks to the high professionalism of the guides accompanying the trip. Minimum number of stops at shops during the tour. The price includes meals and entrance tickets to attractions.

Belek to Pamukkale tour Tour Details

Tour daysEvery day
Tour hours 06:00 - 22:00
IncludesTransfer, insurance, English-speaking guide, dinner
ExcludesDrinks, Cleopatra's pool, Karahait red water, entrance tickets to Pamukkale and Hierapolis, breakfast, lunch
RecommendedSwimsuit, towels, breakfast package, hats, comfortable clothes

Belek to Pamukkale tour Tour content

  • You can also choose a tour with all entrance tickets, breakfast, lunch, ask manager please;
  • Pamukkale from Belek - the tour will begin from transfer of tourists from hotels on comfortable buses;
  • stop for breakfast in a cozy restaurant; visit on the famous red springs of Karkhait (if tourists want);
  • stop for lunch at a restaurant;
  • arrival at the famous travertines Pamukkale visit Hierapolis, "cotton" terraces etc;
  • information from the guide about the history and mysteries of these amazing places;
  • a walk through the ancient Hierapolis and acquaintance with its sights: the agora, the necropolis, the ruins of houses and buildings etc;
  • time to visit the Cleopatra pool with mineral water (optional) or walk around the area;
  • meeting with tourists at the bus and departure on the way back Belek;
  • stop for dinner from national dishes in a restaurant;
  • return transfer to hotels on comfortable buses

  • Pamukkale tour provides its visitors not only with scenic views, but also the opportunity to improve their health in thermal springs with an abundance of magnesium, iron, nickel and manganese. It has been known for a long time that the thermal waters in the springs of Pamukkale are capable of treating heart diseases, rheumatism and even nervous diseases. The ancient Romans themselves used these springs to improve health and relax.

  • Pamukkale tour involves long walks on uneven surfaces. That is why it is worth making sure that you are wearing comfortable and light clothing that serves as protection from the sun. On the feet must be comfortable sneakers that completely cover the legs.

  • Pamukkale tour offers anyone who wants to visit the incredible white expanses of the famous land. They have their snow-white color due to calcium carbonate, which is very abundant in local water. These components form huge travertines that cascade down and form whole baths with calcium stalactites.