Umut Thermal Hotel Clinic & Spa

Address: Kokar Hamamlar Mevki Haskoy - Tekke Koyu Yolu 9. Km. Saraykoy Merkez, Saraykoy, Denizli, Denizli, Turkey | Spa
 
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This spa is located on Kokar Hamamlar Mevki Haskoy - Tekke Koyu Yolu 9. Km. Saraykoy Merkez, Saraykoy, Denizli.
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      Travel Blogs from Denizli

      Pamukkale

      A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Jun 13, 2014

      20 photos

      ... hill, a man came along in this old motorbike which had like a trailer on the side of it, he asked us if we wanted a ride to the top of the hill. I had to sit in the weird trailer thing and Zeki got on the back of the bike behind the man. The ride was terrifying, I thought I was going to fall out, but we made it to the top.
      At the top of the hill, there is an archaeological site with some ruins, there is also a natural hot spring swimming pool ...

      Pamukkale - Cotton castles & travestines

      A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 06, 2014

      4 photos

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      Day trip – easily done in a day. No need to stay overnight. Overnight buses get in early and
      leave late so you have all day to wonder the ruins of Hiarapolis and soak in the springs. Start at the north gate and make your way down. It is a 4klm walk from town, but I got picked up as I walked by a local :-).

      Dream Cave Hotel - Awesome place. Great host, clean and comfortable and away from the main street noise.



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      Hierapolis and Pamukkale (2845km)

      A travel blog entry by cflove on May 21, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... around 1400m. We made a couple of stops for Kelly Kettle coffee and a sandwich lunch (for your information the hard cheese here is outstanding, like eating fresh parmesan but costs nothing....) before we started to drop a bit into large valleys with lots of agriculture. Annie took the shot of the poppy fields which we assume is for poppy seeds, though one wonders if in some corners its not grown for other purposes....

      We arrived mid-afternoon ...

      Castle in the Sky

      A travel blog entry by toml on Apr 23, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... warm water cascades over. The deposits are called the travertines. They are marbley to look at but when climbed barefoot (as required by the local Jandarms) they tread well and nary a slip is felt as you climb up beholding nature's handiwork. Once up you can visit ancient Hieropolis. Yep the Greeks, then Romans , then Byzantians got here before the throngs of tour buses. Back in the BCEs a cool city was built ...

      Ohh, We're Halfway There! (A Dennis post)

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 15, 2014

      36 photos

      April 16, Day 112 of the trip, marked the halfway point of our total journey. We're not burned out yet, but at this point it seems pretty incredible that we have half of the trip left. We’ve done and seen an insane amount of things. I feel like if we even do even a small portion of that again it’ll be an incredible (and probably tiring) last 111 days.

      Much of our halfway day was spent on a bus (as many of our days in Turkey are), but ...