The village can be seen from the scenic spots of Pamukkale. It is relatively far away. Karahayet Village is also famous for hot springs. Almost every hotel has hot springs. The hotel accommodation conditions are also very good. It is also a very simple place.
In a small village near Pamukkale, if you don’t eat well along the way, you can come to the Silk Road restaurant here to get a skewers and get fried noodles. The picture is a picture of a pirate group member. It looks like a net celebrity, and then buy one Apple juice, pomegranate juice, or something, go back to make souvenirs. The ATMs here don’t take cash. Girls don’t go out alone at night. Go back to the hotel early. After all, it’s the countryside.
The village near Pamukkale is also a warm town. Many hotels are located here, similar to hot spring resorts. There is almost nothing except hot springs. There are no people in the small streets of the village, but the scenery is very good.
Staying at Pamukkale Spa Hotel, near Karahayet Village. This is a very, very small village, and the surrounding shops are also opened by local Turkish villagers. The things they sell and the restaurants serve the local villagers. Because it is a small village, the prices here are really quite cheap. Here, you can hardly see a large number of tourists and tourist groups, mostly locals. The Turkish barbecue here is delicious, there are plenty of fruits, and the price is extremely cheap. The small village is also pretty and very natural. The locals are very honest. I feel pretty good overall and I like this small village very much. But be aware that some young children will follow you, so take care of your wallet and pay attention to safety.
This is a very peaceful village in Turkey, famous for its unique scenery of Pamukkale. The folk customs here are very simple, the standard of living is not high, and the standard of catering is not high, which is very suitable for life.