Turkey.. Pamukkale receives about two million tourists in 11 months


The “Pamukkale” region in the state of Denizli, southwestern Turkey, received about two million tourists between January 1 and last November.

This came in the words of the head of the Association of Operators of Hotels and Tourist Establishments in Denizli, Gazi Murad Shen, in statements he made on Monday.

Shen pointed out that the number of tourists coming to Pamukkale in the first 11 months of this year is pleasing.


He pointed out that the number of visitors to Pamukkale during the aforementioned period amounted to one million and 906 thousand and 5 visitors, expressing his confidence that their number would reach two million by the end of the year.

It should be noted that last year the region received 1,200,650 tourists.

Pamukkale is one of the most famous tourist sites in Turkey and is included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

The area is famous for its white limestone rocks that resemble cotton, from which comes the name of the area, meaning the Cotton Castle, and tourists enjoy the beauty of its nature and watch its ancient cities.

The archaeological sites in Pamukkale are among the most visited archaeological sites in Turkey, and the area is described as a “white paradise”.