After a day at the beach, we headed back north to Pamukkale to break up our dive to Ankara. We decided to check out Kaklık Caves, which are 40 minutes north of Pamukkale. There is a strong sulfur scent in the air from the waters.
Entrance cost 2TL. (The Müzekart did not work here.) There was a small cafe (don’t eat there, it’s dirty) and a pool you could pay to swim in. It took less than 30 minutes to walk through the caves. There were travertines just like Pamukkale.
It was a fun little stop, but I don’t recommend going out of your way to visit this site.
This man decided to take off his clothes, jump over the barrier, and go for a swim:
After the caves, it was back to Pamukkale!