200 km east from Kusadasi, Pamukkale, which is regarded as one of Turkey’s most important natural beauty. Pamukkale attracts many local and foreign tourists with its different appearance. Visitors can swim in the water areas of the travertines if they wish. Pamukkale travertines, which are located in Denizli city, have been formed by natural hot water resources to travertine beds. The hot water from the surface is poured into these layers causing collapses. These hot waters are rich in calcium and hydrocarbonates. This hot water, which is approximately 350 degrees, changes with chemical contact with water and transforms into carbonate sediments and forms a white color and hard ground.
Aegean region is a rich area in terms of hot water resources because it has faulted fault lines. The source of the hot water in the cotton is the faulted fault lines. There are 17 hot water springs in the region with a temperature of 100 degrees. Pamukkale source is a very old and even ancient ancient water source. The hot water from this source travels approximately 600 meters.
Travertines of Pamukkale immediately on the upper side of the BC. There is an ancient pool from the 2nd century. Located in the ancient city of Hierapolis, this pool is known as the Cleopatra Pool and is under UNESCO protection. Visitors can swim in this ancient pool and swim and perhaps get an experience that they can’t live anywhere in the world.