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Cleopatra Pools

Pamukkale, Turkey
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“warm water” (30 reviews)
Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well worth the walk to this great historical pool ! you can also swim in where Cleopatra has swam before if that doesn't do justice then you can believe in the old tale of having healing powers ! =D It has locker's close by to...More

Thank Ali K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went to visit from Antalya. Just sorry couldn't get more time here. The pools are amazing to swim, soak in and enjoy. The surroundings and the base of the pools are just so beautiful. Water is perfect temperature. Facilities for changing are ok, showers...More

Thank UBrummyZ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As seen in pictures it is a nice thermal pool. Lots of antiques blocks are there underwater. Water is bit turbid in appearance and there is a place where you can swim. You cannot swim in entire pool just sit on antiques lying underneath and...More

1  Thank Kanchan Z
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A fair distance to get to when staying in Marmaris but so worth it, and pay the extra to go in the outdoor hot baths!

Thank Graham T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The day we visited ((April) was a bit cooler & the warm pool was a great experience. The water is not as sulphurous (smelly) as others I have experienced & very unusual with ancient columns beneath your feet!

Thank Chris C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Not what I expected. A tired long swimming pool that had seen better days. Set in a food court area with tables. Very simple and not much historical about it. Certainly not tempted to go in the water, looked dirty. Very disappointed. Some great ruins...More

Thank Diane A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Cleopatra's pool? Looks more like an over-developed Disney version. The clear warm spring water looks very inviting but the open, public pool feel makes this suitable only for confident exhibitionists.

Thank HamzaBham
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interesting to be able to sit among the ruins but disappointing that the area is so developed. Feels a lot more like a public swimming pool than a historical monument. That said, warm water and a neat experience if you're already in the area.

Thank saddison89
Reviewed 17 April 2017

The pool is open to tourists to take a quick dip. It has a small fee ofcourse.. remember to bring your swimwear and take a dip in this gorgeous natural pool. The spring water is full of minerals and healthy oxygen that is rumored to...More

Thank Sneha D
Reviewed 15 April 2017

The concept of having a consistent temperature of 34 degrees anytime in the year is phenomenal.. but the cost of 32 TL per person is steep.

Thank Kaushik B
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Kanchan Z
1) Which is the nearest place to stay Heriapolis/Bodrum? 2) Minimum how many days are required to cover Pamukale terraces, Cleopatra pool, these under groung Kalkik caves and some paragliding activities? 3) Which is the best time in year to visit here? 4) Can you recommend a hotel to stay and a touring company with better deals and management understanding English, Please? Thanks!
4 April 2017|
Response from RV0681 | Reviewed this property |
it is a one day tour to pamukkale from bodrum, you can leave in the morning and return by night. there are day tours from all resorts. Para sailing can be done in the Aegaean sea. All resorts in bodrum arrange this... More
What is the cost of changing lockers? Do we need local money, or can we use euros?
7 July 2016|
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Response from lchellingworth | Reviewed this property |
Hi It costs 10 lira deposit for the change lockers but this is refunded when you return the key. I think it cost about 35 lira to use the pool. We loved it!
which is the best and closest hotel to stay near the cleopetra pools ?
3 August 2015|
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