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Sultaniye Thermals and Mud Baths

Lake Koycegiz | Sultaniye Kaplicalari Belediyesi, Koycegiz 48800, Turkey
+90 252 266 00 77
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Lovely place to visit

We drove from Dalyan which took an hour as we followed the pinned map, which is pinned incorrectly... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
mcmcglinchey
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Glossop, United Kingdom
via mobile
Muddy and luxuriating

Went to the spa as part of a trip but could stay as long as we wanted which was good because once... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
AndySin65
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Lake Koycegiz | Sultaniye Kaplicalari Belediyesi, Koycegiz 48800, Turkey
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+90 252 266 00 77
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We drove from Dalyan which took an hour as we followed the pinned map, which is pinned incorrectly . We could have caught the ferry from Dalyan, which cost us 15tl and only a 15 minute drive which we did on our return. The baths...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2018

Went to the spa as part of a trip but could stay as long as we wanted which was good because once you hit the hot water springs it's a struggle to get out. We was there in April which was probably perfect because the...More

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Reviewed 16 October 2017

Hi, I recommend this place. It is quit old fashion like 30 years back. The maintenance is not as good but it is not horrible. There are showers, but only salt water. There are little houses for stay but I suppose that only for local...More

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Reviewed 16 October 2017

We used to live in Koycegiz so have been to Sultaniye on numerous occasions. The best time to go is 8am until 10.30am or after 5pm as the other times there are boat loads of tourists. The cost is 4ytl & includes all the pools....More

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Reviewed 9 October 2016

A much better place to go than the main tourist mud bath further down. Go in the evening when it is quieter and you appreciate the warmth more. We teamed up for a moonlight BBQ trip which involved the swim in the lake too. The...More

Thank Soraya T
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Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

I was pregnant when I visited this place as part of a family group of eight, so was unable to make the most of the facilities. However, the opportunity to sit and relax in such beautiful surroundings, whilst watching my loved ones getting muddied up,...More

Thank Rebecca T
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Reviewed 27 April 2016

Some patrs still under re-furbishment, mud pool and outside sulphour pools still open as not currently part of the work. Beutiful part of the lake. We live in Koycegiz and drive there once or twice a year, sometimes just to sit and have an iceceram.(April...More

Thank MissingLink50
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Reviewed 16 September 2015 via mobile

Avoid the tourist mudbath and head here with the locals. Mud bath and hot springs. There are regular public boats from Dalyan but we splashed out on a private boat, which was still good value, as we were short of time. The boat took us...More

Thank Wonder_horse62
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Reviewed 2 September 2015

We visited as part of a boat trip which included a swim in the lake and BBQ under the stars. I can only imagine how uncomfortable it would be visiting during the day, but at night the hot mud bath and even hotter thermal bath...More

Thank rachelagourakis
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Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

My third time at this mud bath and it was great again! They've added another thermal pool since the last time I went and it was good! We booked the koycegiz market trip with ozalp tourism in dalyan and swam in the Lake and had...More

Thank Rhiannon C
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