Pamukkale is a World Heritage Site with its white travertines protected by Unesco and the ancient city of Hierapolis dating back thousands of years. Millions of travelers visit this beauty every year with interest. Pamukkale is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, where history and natural beauty coexist.
When should Pamukkale be visited?
Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis are an open-air feast. This can be a very enjoyable trip in light breeze weather. However, walking around the large terrain on foot in summer may not be suitable for children, the elderly or those with limited mobility. Denizli has a rural climate. Therefore, Pamukkale has a dry and hot weather in summer. Therefore, Pamukkale experiences its hottest season in July and August. Walking outdoors under direct sun on these dates may spoil your vacation. However, to add, if you do not have the chance to come in other months, the Ancient City of Hierapolis is open until late in July and August, when the days are long. In other words, you can plan your trip after 17:00 in the evening. Do not miss the extremely pleasant summer evenings.
However, for those who have the means, the best seasons and months to visit Pamukkale are the end of September, October - November and the end of April - May, June. In these months, the sun does not scorch you, the breeze does not cool you. You can enjoy the open air museum with natural air conditioning. Regardless of the most suitable travel season for Pamukkale, you should definitely make your holiday plan and see this beauty once in your life.