Located at the crossroads of Anatolia, where the Aegean, Central Anatolia and Mediterranean Regions meet, Denizli has hosted many civilizations throughout history with its geographical location and natural beauties.
Hierapolis, an ancient spa city in the Roman and Byzantine periods and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is located 20 km away from Denizli city center.
Denizli cuisine draws attention with its unique rich variety of dishes and its registered traditional products such as Tavas baklava, Kale pepper, Serinhisar roasted chickpea, Çameli beans.
Large lavender fields are cultivated in Pamukkale, the city of nature and history, thanks to the rapidly developing medicinal and aromatic plant production in recent years.
The symbol of Denizli, Denizli Rooster, a natural race unique to the region, has a privileged place with its harmonious color and voice that can crow for 20-30 seconds.
10 vibes for Denizli
Hierapolis Ancient City and Pamukkale Travertines, included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, give a unique sense of natural beauty and indescribable texture with its calcareous structure, snow-white color and the warmth of the thermal water.