Aegean Coast Region, Turkey
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  • Marmaris Grand Hamam 2-Hour Turkish Bath and Massage

    1. Marmaris Grand Hamam 2-Hour Turkish Bath and Massage

    Experience a traditional spa treatment at the Grand Hamam Marmaris, and enjoy the pleasures of a Turkish Bath. Transfer from your hotel in Marmaris or Icmeler to the Grand Hamam Marmaris, and enjoy the sauna facilities, along with peeling, foam massage, and oil massage treatments that will leave your skin feeling amazing. A Turkish Bath is the Turkish variant of a steam bath, sauna, or Russian Bath. It is distinguished by a focus on water instead of ambient steam. In Western Europe, the Turkish Bath became popular during the Victorian era as a method of cleansing and relaxation. The process involved is similar to that of a sauna, but more closely related to ancient Greek and Roman bathing practices. The history of the Hamam extends far back in time, but it is still as prevalent as ever. It has never been a place to just cleanse the skin; its special atmosphere provides an enervating e...

  • From Izmir: Pamukkale Full-Day Tour

    2. From Izmir: Pamukkale Full-Day Tour

    We will depart from Izmir in the morning and two and a half hours later arrive at Pamukkale which means the cotton castle in Turkish. These white rock formations, known as travertines, are world famous and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The water of Pamukkale is famous for the benefits it gives to the eyes and skin. It is also said to cure illnesses such as asthma and rheumatism. It is possible to swim in certain areas, so be sure to bring your swimsuit. Many centuries ago the Romans, aware of the powers of Pamukkale’s water, decided to build a large spa city called Hierapolis nearby. We will visit Hierapolis after lunch, which will be provided. Hierapolis means Holy City in Turkish and despite not having been lived in for several centuries it remains a fascinating place to visit. Hierapolis has a well preserved 12,000 seat amphitheater and the massive Necropolis wh...

  • Bodrum: Turkish Bath Experience

    3. Bodrum: Turkish Bath Experience

    Experience the cleansing and relaxation of a Turkish bath treatment. The process involved is similar to that of a sauna, but is more closely related to ancient Greek and Roman bathing practices. With this 2-hour visit to the Bodrum Hammam you can enjoy the sauna, peeling, foam massage, and oil massage – leaving your skin feeling amazing. This full regime will make you feel more fit and healthy. If you’re looking for a bit of calm and relaxation on your holiday, indulge in a body scrub and soap massage as you enjoy one of Turkey’s most unique and pleasurable traditions.

    Overall nice, but the pick-up driver was 30 minutes late and had to wait about an hour to get oil massage.

  • From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

    4. From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

    Be collected from your accommodation in Marmaris at 8:30 AM and travel 45 minutes to Koycegiz. When you arrive, board your riverboat and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Koycegiz Lake. Visit the thermal springs and mud baths, which provide secret health benefits. The waters are rich in blue-hydrogen and radon, which relieve joint pain and aid the musculoskeletal system. In the vicinity of the village of Dalyan, there are 12 springs with different chemical compositions of water. Continue your tour and sail through the narrow ducts of the river. See rock tombs built between the 5th and 4th centuries BC during the oligarchy of the ancient city of Kaunos. They are the best examples of Lycian graves in the territory of Turkey. Return to your boat and be served a mouth-watering meal. The final stop will be at Turtle Beach. The unique sandy Iztuzu beach is where Caretta-Caretta turtles lay th...

  • Kusadasi: Traditional Turkish Bath Experience

    5. Kusadasi: Traditional Turkish Bath Experience

    Rejuvenate your skin as you relax in the sauna and enjoy a peeling and foam massage at the traditional Turkish bath in Kusadasi. With this 2-hour visit to the Kusadasi Haman you can experience the pleasures of a traditional Turkish bath. Here, you can enjoy the sauna, steam room, and a peeling and foam massage. This full regime will leave your body feeling more fit, and your spirit feeling more healthy.  For a cleansing spa experience in Kusadasi, a Turkish bath at a hamam is the perfect solution if you are looking for a bit of calm and relaxation on your holiday. Indulge yourself with a body scrub and soap massage as you enjoy one of Turkey’s most unique and relaxing traditions.

  • Full-Day Turkish Bath Experience in Bodrum

    6. Full-Day Turkish Bath Experience in Bodrum

    The Turkish bath is a long revered custom, centuries old; perfect for those looking for a truly physical and spiritual cleansing experience. The first public bath house was built in 1741 by Sultan Mehmet who chose natural lighting and izonic coloured tiles to create a tranquil and harmonious experience. Prepare to leave the chaos and humdrum of life behind as soon as you enter the Turkish bath. Immerse yourself and embrace traditional custom by wearing the waistcloth and clogs provided. Not exactly for the faint hearted, inside the temperature can reach up to 50 degrees celcius under the central dome of the building. The combined intense heat and humidity encourages the pores to open and impurities to be extracted from the body. Following which, your skin will be gently exfoliated with a Turkish scrub and you will receive a soothing soap massage. Finally, after resting, you can enj...

  • Traditional Turkish Bath: 2-Hour Experience in Marmaris

    7. Traditional Turkish Bath: 2-Hour Experience in Marmaris

    With this 2-hour visit to the Marmaris Haman you can experience the pleasures of a Turkish bath. Here you can enjoy the sauna, peeling, foam massage, and oil massage – leaving your skin feeling amazing. A Turkish bath is the Turkish variant of a steam bath, sauna, or Russian bath. It is distinguished by a focus on water instead of on ambient steam. In Western Europe, the "Turkish bath" became popular during the Victorian era as a method of cleansing and relaxation. The process involved in taking a Turkish bath is similar to that of a sauna but is more closely related to ancient Greek and ancient Roman bathing practices. The history of Hamam extends far back but it is still as prevalent as ever. It has never been a place just to cleanse the skin – its special atmosphere provides a worthwhile experience.

  • Tour of Pamukkale Hot Springs from Kusadasi

    8. Tour of Pamukkale Hot Springs from Kusadasi

    In the morning, your guide will pick you up from Kusadasi and take you to Pamukkale, which is about 3 hours away. When you arrive, you will learn the history of this antique city, which has become famous for its thermal hot water springs and spas. The hot water springs here cure many sicknesses, and people have come to the region for centuries in order to take curative baths. The natural beauty of the rock formations are also incomparable. This beauty, combined with the healing powers of the water, will create an experience you are not likely to forget. After a day of relaxation on Pamukkale, your guide will take you back to your hotel.

  • Dalyan Tour From Kusadasi

    9. Dalyan Tour From Kusadasi

    You'll depart from your hotel in Kusadasi for a journey to Dalyan, boarding the boat and cruise to the mud baths. You'll also visit rock tombs and Turtle beach, with lunch included. Heading back to Kusadasi, you'll stop off for dinner en-route, and arrive back to your hotel at around 20:30.

  • Kusadasi Turkish Bath

    10. Kusadasi Turkish Bath

    The Roman rulers of Turkey used to use the natural spas in Turkey as Turkish baths. The Seljuks and Ottomans built large Turkish baths in the most populated areas of Turkey for the Turkish people to use. Baths have been part of Turkish society for centuries, and the reason they became so popular during these days was that Turkish people didn’t have facilities in their own houses. The local public Turkish bath became a social gathering place. People in Turkey in those days would view a visit to the Turkish bath as a day out and prepare picnics to take with them and eat after they have finished bathing. This tour offers a combination of the traditional hamam experience in a modern setting. Let yourself relax and unwind in an impressive hamam carved out of a cave, providing old-world tradition in a new and luxurious setting. After changing, you will be taken to the Sicaklik (Hot Room) of...

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What people are saying about Aegean Coast Region, Turkey

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 58 reviews

Was a great day trip. The service was nice and not pushy. The music on the ship wasn't disturbing either. Since the season was almost over, the ship was not as full. It was very pleasant. Unfortunately, there wasn't much time for swimming on the turtle beach. The children enjoyed the mud bathing a lot.

We had a great experience. Started out with sauna, followed by body scrub in the hammam and then 45 minutes of massage including face mask. Some of the best massages I have received thanks to 2 skilled masseurs from Uganda. Highly recommended to have a luxury experience!

On arrival staff very helpful, will offer extra add-on to the package. But they are worth it. Very relaxing. Would highly recommend. Will diffently return.

Great price-performance ratio. Was a little skeptical at first, but is really recommended.

Something special. Sensational!!!

Our guide was excelente and very knolgeable and nice