A Turkish bath is not only a place for cleaning purposes with its inlaid marble walls surrounding four sides and its structure consisting of high domes in the middle of a bright and wide place in nearly fifty degrees Celsius, but also an indispensable part of social life, where you can remove the tiredness of the day.
Turkish baths have succeeded in surviving until today following a period of more than a thousand years in terms of its impacts on the body and application richness. Besides the physical and spiritual/faithful cleansing, Turkish baths have a vitally important place in the life of Turkish society, as they witness a great many entertainments and social events such as births and marriage ceremonies. Today one may come across within Turkish baths, used for health care and beauty, massage with washing gloves and foam massages as well as hot and cold water pools, aromatic foam, mud, algae, clay, honey, chocolate and herbal oil massage and body care products.
Locations of Turkish Baths:
- They are available in all tourism centers.