Ege Camping

Address: ege camping kayrakly mevkii pamukkale DENYZLY / Turkey, Pamukkale, Denizli, 20100, Turkey | Inn
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This inn, located on ege camping kayrakly mevkii pamukkale DENYZLY / Turkey, Pamukkale, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

Lime cascades Pamukkale

A travel blog entry by leonie.dowell on Jun 13, 2015

30 photos

Notes Lime cascades of the Ancient Hierapolis The biggest Nekropol with 1200 gravestones in Anatolia. The shallow thermal waters ripple over the ancient ruins roman ruins below Super hot afternoon fixed with a swim in hotel room. Our hotel was in a small village We ate at the White House restaurant that was run by a local ...

Pamukkale, Ephesus, and More

A travel blog entry by 1life on Apr 19, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... were looking, but Calcium Deposites or Lime Stone Deposites. Referred to as Travertines.


This is why we came to Pamukkale. To see the Pamukkale Travertine.
" Somewhere deep in the earth ...

Overland to Konya and cappadocia

A travel blog entry by aschavemaker on Sep 30, 2014

3 photos

... with local honey and sesame seeds which is one of the main crops from this area - delicious! So much better than breakfast at the hotel. Driving through the country side on our long haul - lovely wide valleys neatly tilled, small villages where every small apartment has a solar hot water system and at least one satellite dish but often two - how many TV channels is hard to imagine. A sudden stop in a tiny village and we were invited in to the local primary school. School starts at ...


A travel blog entry by tim.long on Sep 04, 2014

12 photos

... from the valley over the terraces, and motor bikes were allowed to go up and down the slopes. When the area was declared a World Heritage Site, the hotels were demolished and the road removed and replaced with artificial pools. Wearing shoes in the water is prohibited to protect the deposits. Was a amazingly beautiful site to visit however it is a real shame they have not been looked after properly and been significantly ...

Plenty of ancient ruins.

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 04, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... the best of all 3 sites. Once again, it has a history going back to 334 BC with Alexander the Great. It was then occupied by the Romans who built most of the buildings which remain, mainly in the C2 & C3 AD. The library was the most impressive building. If the photos look a bit the same, it's mainly due to the fact that the most important structures at each of the 3 sites were constructed during the Roman times. Our lovely guide, Peri, conveyed a great deal of the history in ...

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