Turkey Health Tourism


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The name of the Hierapolis thermal settlement as the Holy City in the archaeological literature is due to the presence of the temple, building and hot water sources known in the city.

Turkey has so much to offer her visitors; breathtaking natural beauties, unique historical and archaeological sites, steadily improving hotel and touristic infrastructure and a tradition of hospitality and competitive prices. Therefore, it is not surprising that this country has recently become one of the world's most popular tourism destinations. Due to Turkey's diverse geography, one can experience four different climates in any one day. 

The rectangular shaped country is surrounded on three sides by three different seas. Its shores are laced with beaches, bays, coves, ports, islands and peninsulas. The summers are long, lasting as long as eight months in some areas. Turkey is also blessed with majestic mountains and valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and grottoes perfect for winter and summer tourism and sports of all kinds. 

Turkey lies on the Anatolian peninsula, surrounded by seas on 3 sides and mountains on the other. In this setting, you can find an enormous variety of climate and natural effects. Among this variety, there are some gifts and amazing works of nature that you can`t see anywhere else in the world. 

Pamukkale is one of Turkey's incomparable natural wonder with the calcium cascade terraces of snow white stalactites and is known as 8th wonder of the World by Turkish people. Pamukkale & Hierapolis together are both recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1988. They have all the conditions required for an ideal touristic resort. Pamukkale means "Cotton Castle" but had many different uncommon names in the past. Pamukkale is very well known with the entrancing beauty of its unique geological formation and also with its historical remains. 

The thermal springs at Pamukkale which give rise to these geological phenomena cover a wide area. In this area, there are several hot water springs which have a temperature between 35 and 100 degrees. The thermal springs of Pamukkale form an integral part of the regions potential for tourism and have been popular since ancient times. 

Pamukkale Thermal Waters
18 km away from Denizli (Hierapolis Ancient City) Water at 35 ° C in Pamukkale; Following the doctor's examination, it is recommended for the treatment of heart-vessel stiffness, blood pressure, rheumatism, rickets, paralysis, skin, eye, nervous system and vascular diseases, vascular inflammation and Reyno's disease according to the condition of the patient.
It is also recommended for warm stomach spasms, diarrhea and inflammation, treatment of kidney and sand stones.

Find healing in the thermal springs radiating from Pamukkale
The waters that created travertines made Pamukkale an important and unique place in thermal tourism. The geography where Pamukkale is located has a special structure with thermal water resources of Çürüksu (Lykos) Valley. For thousands of years, people have used thermal water for therapeutic purposes, where they built functional and showy baths.

The reputation stemming from the thermal waters of Hierapolis spread throughout Anatolia in the Roman period, and patients came here to heal. In the city, which is a medical center with hot springs, the patients are temporarily or permanently hospitalized for treatment purposes.
The Roman necropolis has graves of patients from outside the city who survived until the end of their life. In places where thermal resources are found, religious ceremonies were held in the Ancient Period, festivals were organized with the participation of the people, and state administrators and the rich preferred this place for treatment.
Research shows that cures are directed by clergy and physicians.

Among the historical structures that are made for thermal purposes and reach daily, the Ancient Çeþme (Nimfeium) and Roman baths are striking with their architectural structures and splendor.

Nowadays the Hierapolis city is in the area,
the joy and happiness of swimming in the thermal waters which embrace historic buildings. The waters from the karstic areas that created the travertines; the limescale solution, the evaporation and decomposition of carbon dioxide in the water. The limestone tubers, which are generally white in color and resembling cotton piles, form Pamukkale travertines.
The therapeutic properties of Pamukkale thermal water have been known since ancient times, and after centuries the quality of healing has been scientifically proven. Located in the UNESCO Heritage List, carefully protected Pamukkale offers a variety of alternative treatment options to its healing thermal waters and walks.

The word traverten comes from the Roman name "Tivertino" of Tivoli, where large travertine deposits are found in Italy. Traverten is a versatile, slip formed by chemical reaction post-precipitation due to various causes and environments.

After removing the thermal water from the source, 320 m.
the length of the travertine comes to a distance of 60 to 70 meters and the average length of the travertine is about 240-300 m. At a temperature of 35.6 ° C from the source,
Calcium carbonate is precipitated and causes travertine formation during contact with oxygen in the air with high content of Calcium Hydrocarbonate in the water. The precipitate is in the gel state in the first step. In the formation of whiteness, weather conditions, heat loss, flow propagation and duration are influential. Precipitation, carbon dioxide in thermal water,
it continues until it comes to equilibrium with the atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Reaction chemically Ca (HCO3) + O2 - & gt; CaCO + CO2 + H2O

Traverteners are not always in contact with water, as they appear on cards and brochures. Because the water-filled travertines look nicer and pleasing, their photographs are usually taken when the water is full, and are always thought to be full of water.
Travertines are provided within a specific program with thermal water control. The thermal water which is poured into the same amount for a long time and for a long time causes algae and therefore unpleasant pollution in the white traverten areas.
The traverten areas must be dried for a certain period of time in order to prevent this pollution and also to harden the initially precipitated precipitate.
Entering the main traverten areas is the first part of the travertine to be in the form of soft gel and crushing and breaking when it starts to work

Denizli famous with roosters, has rich history and culture. Denizli is a tourism center to be seen with its Hierapolis and Laodikeia, Tripolis, antic cities, hot springs and Pamukkale which is unique in the world with its travertines.
Denizli is located in the southwest of the Aegean Peninsula. It is one of Turkey's 81 provinces, and also the name of the major city in the province. The southwest Aegean Region is a pathway from central Anatolia to the Mediterranean Region
Turkey is presently recognized as a competitive and high technology healthcare destination treating thousands of foreign patients from Europe and neighboring countries every month
The hospital system is coordinated by the Turkish Ministry of Health. For more information about Turkey health tourism, please visit this link: (Republic of Turkey The Ministry of Health)

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5 km from Pamukkale. Karahayit Town of the north. Water temperature more than the waters of Pamukkale, free carbon dioxide less radioactivity is high. Heart diseases, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, rheumatism, sciatica, skin and nerve diseases, some, limbo, scabies, acne, itching and so on. healing diseases. REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM

In the Karahayýt Town, there is a unique red colored healing thermal water and thermal mud temperature of 58 º C, which emerges from the main source in every season of the year. According to the report of Ege University Hydroclimatology Institute, it is a unique health resource with its rich minerals.
In the tourist facilities (Hotel, Apart Hotel and Pension) in Karahayit you will find many diseases and health problems with Red Water and Thermal Mud.

During the Roman period the city became an important medical center thanks to its thermal springs and the patients from many parts of Anatolia with the intention of healing remained here until the end of their lives. The Roman Necropolis is mostly made up of the graves of these patients and contains cultural diversity.
Nimfeum (Antique Fountain) in Hierapolis and Roman baths were built due to this characteristic of the city and these buildings came up to date.

One of the aims of the ancient city of Tripolis, which was founded beside the Büyük Menderes River, is the utilization of thermal water resources known as Yenicekent Springs today for therapeutic purposes. Another city known as Saraykoy-Tekke Spa was founded in the antique period called Karura.
It is known from ancient sources that the city's spas are used for health and therapeutic purposes. For thousands of years, our region has been treated with medication based on medicine and thermal water.

Today, health tourism based on thermal resources has an important place in the world. Turkey is among the top seven countries in the world in terms of geothermal resources, first in Europe, which ranks third in the spa applications.

In terms of scientific water resources are shown in the richest areas of the world. The city, which is located within the priority development areas with the capacity that can be integrated with other tourism types and has the capacity to create destinations, Çardak Beylerli,
Buldan Yenicekent-Bölmekaya, Sarýköy District Tekkeköy, Ýnsuyu, Babacýk and Kýzýldere Region, Akköy District Gölemezli District Ministry of Culture and Tourism declared the Thermal Tourism Center on December 16, 2006 with decision no 2006/11354.

The district is established in the Menderes Plain and is located on the Denizli-Aydýn-Ýzmir Highway. It is 22 km to the center of Denizli and 220 km to the Aegean Sea. There are important geothermal facilities in the district. The top of these is the geothermal field in Hamamaltý Mevkii near Karataþ Village. Týrkaz-
Tekke villagers have 4 (four) facilities. The water temperature is 80oC and it is good for Rheumatism, Skin, Gynecology, Urinary Tract Disorders.

Denizli / Pamukkale - Tourist Information Office 
Phone :+90 258 272 20 77
Fax: 0258 264 76 21 - 0258 265 07 87

Denizli Provincial Culture and Tourism Directorate
May 15th Street, 554/1. Sk. No: 5, 20150 Denizli / Pamukkale / TURKEY
Web Page: www.pamukkale.gov.tr/en
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(Republic of Turkey The Ministry of Health)
Web Home Page: www.saglik.gov.tr
Web Health Tourism Page: www.saglikturizmi.gov.tr

Denizli Metropolitan Municipality