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Pamukkale Travertines | Denizli

Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Pamukkale (Hierapolis) is a major tourist attraction in Turkey. Pamukkale means “cotton castle” in Turkish, a name given to the travertines due to their snow white color. Carbonate minerals left by the flowing water are responsible both for the beautiful appearance and for the hot springs full of health.

Pamukkale Travertines, Denizli, Turkey
Pamukkale Travertines, Denizli, Turkey

Ayaş Thermal Springs | Ankara

Located in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, Ayaş Thermal Springs are known to be beneficial in curing several diseases including sciatica, neuritis and lumbago.

Ayaş Thermal Springs, Ankara, Turkey
Ayaş Thermal Springs, Ankara, Turkey

Oylat Thermal Springs | Bursa

Along with the world-famous Oylat Cave, Oylat Thermal Springs are definitely a must-see in Turkey. It especially helps with respiratory diseases, such as bronchitis and asthma.

Oylat Thermal Springs, Bursa, Turkey
Oylat Thermal Springs, Bursa, Turkey

Tuzla Thermal Springs | Istanbul

Having the closest thermal springs to Istanbul, Tuzla is on the rise, and the thermal springs known as İçmeler significantly contributes to its popularity. Tuzla Thermal Springs are highly recommended to those not wanting to move too far away from the city center while enjoying the benefits of relaxing thermal water.

Tuzla İçmeler Thermal Springs, Istanbul, Turkey
Tuzla İçmeler Thermal Springs, Istanbul, Turkey

Balçova Thermal Springs | Izmir

Having been a source of health and wellness for more than 2500 years, Balçova Thermal Springs are located in Izmir. Historically known as “Agamemnon Springs”, Balçova Thermal Springs offer several treatments including hydrotherapy, balneotherapy and kinezitherapy in accordance with the regulations of the Norwegian Ministry of Health.

Balçova Thermal Springs, Izmir, Turkey
Balçova Thermal Springs, Izmir, Turkey

Karahayıt Thermal Springs | Denizli

Famous for its red color thermal water, Karahayıt is the continuation of Pamukkale Travertines in Denizli. All of the Thermal Hotels and Spa Resorts are in this region, which is just 7 km away from Pamukkale. Its drinkable water is quite helpful in the treatment of digestive diseases such as problems related to stomach.

Karahayıt Thermal Springs, Denizli, Turkey
Karahayıt Thermal Springs, Denizli, Turkey

Sandıklı Thermal Springs | Afyon

Located in one of the coldest cities in the Aegean region in Turkey, namely in Afyon, Sandıklı Thermal Springs also include natural mud baths. There are several hotels in the area, all offering countless health benefits.

Sandıklı Thermal Springs, Afyon, Turkey
Sandıklı Thermal Springs, Afyon, Turkey

Bolu Thermal Springs | Bolu

Welling out of 7 different springs, the use of hot underground water in Bolu dates back to the Byzantine era. At a temperature of 42 degrees, the thermal water provides various health benefits.

Bolu Thermal Springs, Bolu, Turkey
Bolu Thermal Springs, Bolu, Turkey

Yalova Thermal Springs | Yalova

Thermal springs in Yalova have contributed to the popularity of the region, and caused many foreign investors to pay considerable attention to it. Moreover, a number of thermal spa resorts are being constructed in Yalova thanks to its recuperative thermal water healing metabolic obesity, gout, kidney and ureter diseases, skin diseases, the diseases following orthopedic operations, gynecologic diseases and all types of convalescence period diseases.

Yalova Thermal Springs, Yalova, Turkey
Yalova Thermal Springs, Yalova, Turkey

Hamamboğazı Thermal Springs | Uşak

Just 7 km away from Banaz province of Uşak, Hamamboğazı Thermal Springs are suurounded by natural beauties, thus offering a memorable vacation as well as a healthy one. The mineral water here in Hamamboğazı is known to cure stomach and liver diseases along with chronic arthritis.

Hamamboğazı Thermal Springs, Uşak, Turkey
Hamamboğazı Thermal Springs, Uşak, Turkey

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