DAILY PAMUKKALE GREEN TOUR

55 EURO

DAILY PAMUKKALE GREEN TOUR

Pamukkale Green Tour Ağlayan Kaya Waterfall, Çal Canyon, Stonebridge, Red springs of Karahayıt.

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Çal
Our tour begins with a 1 hou..

Pamukkale Green Tour Ağlayan Kaya Waterfall, Çal Canyon, Stonebridge, Red springs of Karahayıt.

Details:

Çal
Our tour begins with a 1 hour drive direction Çal, located 60 km from Denizli city center to visit the Çal Canyon. The Canyon is 80 meters high and has a 650 m long walkway with hanging bridges on a steep incline. The average water depth is around 1.70 meters. Within the canyon, which is vivid and cool, there are ancient rock tombs from the Byzantine and Roman periods. The Menderes Valley in question offers interesting beauties and the Kisik Valley with its deep canyons attracts attention with its unparalleled natural beauty. Situated in this valley formed by the Great Menderes, the canyon is an indispensable stop for nature fans. In this valley, which is really convenient for tourism, it is possible to do extra sports such as mountain hiking, trekking and rafting.

During our tour we will visit also Çal Stonebridge which is on the way back to Pamukkale. The bridge is located on the Büyük Menderes River. It is located on the Çal - Bekilli road route. The bridge was of great importance in history because it was located on the road route to Kayı Market, which was established near Çal during the Ottoman period and the caravans for commercial purposes made the transition. The Bridge has three arches and the middle arch is held higher and wider than the side arches. In this form, it carries the characteristics of the Roman period bridges. It is not known when the bridge was built. However, it was understood from the inscriptions on the bridge that it was repaired in 1886 and 1934.

Ağlayan Kaya
After visiting the Çal area, we are leaving direction the Ağlayan Kaya waterfall which is located in Sakizcilar village. It is approximately 38 km away from Denizli province and 28 km away from Pamukkale, known as Aglayan Kaya. The waterfall is a great natural curiosity with its view and is one of the places chosen by those who desire to get away from the city crowd. Inside the waterfall's pool there are breeding salmon trouts. There is a facility near the waterfall which serves meals such as salmon and other fishes, called Hoca'nin Yeri is a well known picnic spot for villagers and where we will have our lunch as well.

Karahayit
After a lovely lunch our last destination is Karahayit a Pamukkale's little red cousin and small village, about 5 kilometres away from Pamukkale. Surprisingly, the Pamukkale hot springs that paint the hills white aren’t the only springs in the region. We will visit a natural hot spring pool in the village. In contrast to the Pamukkale’s white hills, the ground around this small iron-rich spring is a unique combination of minerals which has led to this water to flow out in a red colour, leaving behind a rust coloured travertine. 
Of course we can’t leave Karahayit without trying these natural healing outdoor mud baths which are a fantastic way to spend the end of the day. After a relaxing time in the baths we will take you back to your hotel.