Turkish Bath


The tradition of the Turkish bath originated many centuries ago, originally borrowed from the Romans and Byzantines, and then supplemented by the Seljuk and Ottoman Turks, it is very popular today. Every, even the smallest, settlement in Turkey has a hammam.

We invite you to visit one of the oldest hammams in Cappadocia, cave rooms, glass ceiling pool, which will help you relax after an active day in Cappadocia. How is everything going?

First, you enter the sauna, where your body will warm up. Next, there will be a steam room to open all the pores before the peeling procedure. After the steam room, you will be taken to Hararet (a large warm room, decorated with marble, with a large stone in the middle of the hall). Your bath attendant will ask you to lie down on this warm stone, pour warm water on you, and start peeling. Followed by a full-body foam massage from the head to the tips of the toes. The final treatment will be a carefully applied clay face mask and drinking tea in the salt room.

After an hour spent in the hammam, you feel literally reborn.