Alanya Pamukkale Tour will be one of the best experience during your holiday! Pamukkale is one of Türkiye’s must-see destinations! It has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988 and is often referred to as “The Cotton Castle” by many locals and tourists alike. The naturally white rocks give Pamukkale the magical scenery that makes it look like it has come straight out of a storybook; snowy mountains under a blue sky and warm sunshine! Alas it is not snow but warm natural pools that give it this mystical view. The natural hot springs rest in shelves and ridges where you are invited to experience the warm milky turquoise water and experience the many benefits of its healing minerals.
The beautiful looking “cotton castles” look magical contrasting against the blue skies, feathery clouds and handsome hills. Not only are the thermal springs waiting for you here; you will also visit the ancient city of Hierapolis where you will see some amazing sights including ruins of roman baths, temples, ancient Greek monuments and not forgetting the still amazing Roman amphitheatre. So, what do you say to swimming in the same pool where Egyptian Queen Cleopatra herself has swum? This pool in Pamukkale was gifted to Queen Cleopatra as a dedication of love for her wedding gift, and you can still soak up that romantic feeling in these sparkling hot thermal springs.
On the contrary to Pamukkale is Karahayit which is naturally red coloured springs! Taking you from one opposite to another, enjoy these magnificent red thermal waters and feel the benefit almost immediately in your hair and your skin. To finish off your day satisfactorily you will get to visit a famous winery where you can sample some wines, and also a well known Onyx factory where you can see firsthand how they make souvenirs with this marble like rock.
|📅 Tour Days:
|⏱️ Tour Hours:
|Between 06:30 to 21:30
|✔️ Tour Includes:
|Alanya Hotels Transfer, Guiding Service, Comfortable Bus, Insurance
|📌 Tour Highlights:
|Swim in the pools visited by Cleopatra herself, Visit geological and historical wonders in one tour, The most authentic, traditional spa experience in the world, Explore ancient ruins and bathe in thermal pools
All-inclusive Pamukkale Tour Price is €30 Children price is €15 ( 4-7 Ages ), under 3 are free.
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
A fun filled packed day calls for an early start! The clean and comfortable bus will collect you from your hotel in Alanya at approximately 03.30. Get yourselves set up for the journey and relax as you begin the journey to Denizli, which is where Pamukkale is located. There will be several comfort stops to keep you energized, including a stop at a local restaurant where you will be served breakfast. As we all know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day so enjoy this meal which will be freshly prepared from local produce. Returning to the bus you will continue the journey to Pamukkale where you will be accompanied by your travel guide. You will be toured around Pamukkale, enjoying the warm thermal springs and taking in the magnificent sights. Take off your shoes and wade bare foot in the knee-high thermal spring water and enjoy the thermal of fizzy warm springs against your skin. Even after your first visit your skin will feel much softer. The guide will explain all about the formation of these springs and all of their health benefits.
From here you will carry on further into Pamukkale where you will visit the Ancient city of Hierapolis. The crumbling yet amazing ruins will transport your mind back hundreds of years to when Romans ruled this land. Absorb the amazing images in front of you: temples, Greek monuments, baths and the amazing Roman amphitheatre. This once showstopping place used to be able to house up to a staggering 12,000 spectators. Enjoy the area and spot out some of the mind blowing ruins including the still standing stage, decorative huge columns and the front row VIP seating area.
Next up is a visit to Cleopatra pool. This pool of natural sparkling spring water is an important part of history. It was gifted to Queen Cleopatra by her Roman lover and the Egyptian Queen herself has been rumoured to have swum here often. Undisturbed by humans, the pool is still home to fallen columns and artefacts, which you can swim alongside and get a closer look at! If you are a big history fan, it is a good idea to bring along your goggles then you can get up close and personal, and really give these Roman ruins are a thorough inspection!
Next it will be time for lunch. Enjoy a nutritious feast that will replenish your energy ready to carry on with the adventure in Karahayit! This is also a natural thermal spring; however, instead of being white, it is red! The warm water here is rich and bursting with many minerals including sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and sulphur. After spending some time in here the minerals will leave your hair and skin noticeably revived and replenished.
Before the journey home begins, you will have the chance to visit some local factories. The local winery will provide you with some samples of local wine, if you wish and you will be able to purchase a bottle of your favourite. The textile and Onyx factory is also high up on the must visit list; with its amazing handmade souvenirs this factory makes an excellent visit and has plenty of reasonably priced and original products that will prove hard to find anywhere else! All shopped out, it will be time to start the journey back to Alanya in which there will be a short stop for a pleasurable dinner. Feeling happy and content you will be back in your hotel at around midnight.
Adult: 30 Euro
Child: 15 Euro
A guide is provided to keep you full of knowledge about where you are visiting, and you will also have insurance.
You will need to bring along some extra money for: your drinks and any snacks, any souvenirs you wish to purchase and also the entrance fee to Pamukkale.
Yes! The monuments and ruins that you see at the bottom of Cleopatra’s pool have been left as they fell. This is what helps create the authentic atmosphere knowing it is all original.
Hierapolis has been turned into a museum, and therefore it isn’t active in shows any longer. You will be able to enjoy the remaining ruins and admire what is left.
They are different colours due to certain chemical reactions, which the guide will explain clearly to you during the visit.
It is a good idea to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, a sun hat, sun cream and a comfy bag to carry your belongings in.
No, of course not. Wine samples are available to those who wish to try.