The reason why Pamukkale appears white is due to the effect of travertine, but it is really hard to step on it with bare feet. I also spare no effort in order to take beautiful photos. After all, such a large-scale travertine is still very rare.
If you don’t approve the photo, you really can’t see it. When we look at it from a distance, it’s actually some white things. This Pamukkale is unique and caused by geology, but their hot springs are very comfortable.
Travertine is the main attraction of Pamukkale. The surface layer of the ground is the crystallization of limestone, and along with the hillside, terraces of crystalline mirror-like crystals are formed. However, due to natural weathering and man-made destruction, the geological wonder has accelerated its destruction. Although protection has been increased in recent years, it will disappear completely one day. The most beautiful thing about travertine is at sunset. Even if there is no water, it will glow with blue light under the light, as if it is full of pool water.
When you look at the natural hot spring water here and look like snow-capped mountains, you can't help but admire that Pamukkale is simply a gift from nature to the Turks. Getting started is so hot, like a steamer. Tickets are 35 lire, about 20 meters after the ticket check, slippers go in, from the top down, there is uninterrupted water flowing down, stepping on the trickle, instantly rushing to the heat, the snow-white travertine terraces are very eye-catching, and they are basically open without sunglasses Do not open your eyes.
The main attractions of Pamukkale are must-see places. There are also quite a lot of people here. There are all kinds of photos, playing, and running around. They are more exposed to the sun. You should take sun protection first instead of visiting at noon. Shoes are not allowed here, so special attention is required. The beautiful scenery is pleasant, I like it very much, and I want to linger