Visitors of Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Alanya will go to the location of the eighth wonder of the world. Explore the white travertine terraces and the ancient city of Hierapolis with its old amphitheatre, and take in the blend of history and natural wonders. Participants on the one-day trip itinerary may see two internationally renowned and intriguing locations. Pamukkale serves as Turkey’s gateway to the outside world. Everyone is mesmerized by Turkey’s Salda Lake’s crystal-clear water and fine, white beaches. You will delight in nature’s magnificent splendour. Mineral water streams from flat mountain tops have sculpted beautiful, complex white waterfalls that dance in the sunlight.
Every day, the Alanya Pamukkale & Salda Lake Express Tour is offered. Participants will be picked up from their accommodations in a comfortable car early in the morning. You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide who will provide you with an educational guided tour throughout your outing. There are several brief stops along the way to Pamukkale. The first one will take place in Korkuteli, a city. There, for an additional price, you may eat breakfast or a cup of coffee or tea (Please remember to take a lunch box from yor hotel before the departure).
The city of Denizli will also be visited by the bus. The Cotton Castle may be seen in all its glory from this city, which is the one closest to Pamukkale. A lunch break will be provided in a neighbourhood restaurant in Denizli. You will go to the historic city of Hierapolis following lunch. This magnificent location is one of the UNESCO cultural heritage sites. This is because the city was a spiritual and therapeutic centre in antiquity due to the adjacent hot springs. You may see the necropolis, Roman baths, and historic theatre while you’re there.
The tour guide will next lead you on foot to the notorious Cotton Castle. Your breath will be taken away by this magnificent natural wonder’s unmatched natural splendour. The mountain is white in colour and has natural pools that are filled with hot springs water. During your time there, you may stroll around and take in the natural splendour or swim in the warm water on the terraces. The fabled Cleopatra’s Pool is nearby for anyone looking to take use of the hot springs’ medicinal properties even more. There is a fee for entry there.
You will board the bus when your sightseeing experience is over to continue your journey with a stop at Salda Lake. Salda has a structure resembling limestone and is one of Turkey’s cleanest lakes. You’ll get a total of an hour to yourself there. You may take some amazing pictures, take in the scenery, or go for a romantic stroll while you’re there.
A meal is then had at Denizli city to provide the essential energy for the return journey. You’ll board the bus to return to Alanya after supper. In the late afternoon, we should return to the hotel.
Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Alanya costs (price) 50 € for adults, 30 € for children 5 between 9 years old and children 4 and under 4 years old are free.
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What do you need to bring with you?
Towels, swimming costumes, sun cream, sunglasses, camera, comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, and a hat are all recommended.
Take a day out from Alanya’s bustling environment to explore the fabled Pamukkale. The best excursion for individuals who want to mix sightseeing and gorgeous scenery is the Alanya to Pamukkale Tour. Some of the most famous sites visited on this journey are the magnificent Cotton Castle, Hierapolis, thermal springs, and one of Turkey’s most stunning lakes.
This journey begins in the early hours of the day. You will be picked up from your hotel by a spacious, fully air-conditioned bus. Your experienced tour guide will be in charge of providing all the information you want on the points of interest while you are on your journey.
There will be various stops along the way to Pamukkale to make the drive more pleasurable. One of them will be in the city of Korkuteli. There, you may have breakfast and unwind in a peaceful café.
The nearest city to Pamukkale is Denizli, where the next stop will be made. A delicious meal that is freshly prepared and included in the cost is served there.
Hierapolis, a historic city, will be the first spot you visit for sightseeing. This city was a well-known medicinal and spiritual hub in antiquity. This is due to the city’s thermal springs, which are renowned for their medicinal properties. Your tour guide will lead you to the necropolis, the Roman baths, the historic theatre, and the ancient fortifications.
You will next proceed to walk in the direction of the massive and well-known Cotton Castle. In actuality, it is a limestone-whitewashed mountain. The fact that the mountain contains naturally formed pools filled with hot springs water is its most remarkable characteristic. You are welcome to go about and take pictures while you are there. You might also take pleasure in swimming in the cleopatra pool.
The next stop on the bus will be a local natural marvel. Due to its outstanding natural beauty and perfect quiet environment, Salda Lake is simply beautiful. The lake’s ranking as one of Turkey’s cleanest lakes is an intriguing feature. You’ll have an hour to yourself there.
Dinner will be held in the city of Denizli. Take advantage of this opportunity to unwind and enjoy your time before the finish of your journey.
The return to Alanya is scheduled during the afternoon. You will be full with excellent memories from this amazing adventure by the time you return to your hotel.
Drinks and access to the Cleopatra pool are not included in the purchase of your ticket. Thoose fees must be paid locally.
You should absolutely put your bathing suit underneath your clothing so that you may effortlessly take a brief swim. Don’t forget to bring a towel and sunscreen too!
Anyone who has mobility issues should avoid it. Pamukkale offers many of opportunities for walking. Otherwise, this is a family-friendly trip (children like splashing around in the rock pools), and the beaches and waters of Lake Salda are a dream come true for people of all ages. This journey is a treat from beginning to end, with its feeling of history and natural beauty.
It’s 50 € for adults, 30 € for children 5 between 9 years old and children 4 and under 4 years old are free.