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Sultaniye Thermals and Mud Baths

143 Reviews

Sultaniye Thermals and Mud Baths

143 Reviews
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robinjn1 wrote a review Sep 2020
Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom829 contributions254 helpful votes
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If you want to experience the mud baths and thermal pools, this is the one to visit. There is another mud bath closer to centre of Dalyan but not as good and gets more crowded. 4 of us hired a private boat. It is about 1/2 hr from the town in direction of the lake. Great fun mudding up or just watching others. The idea is to let it dry on your skin and then jump into the lake to wash it off. Your skin does feel smooth once you have washed it off. It's a must do for anyone visiting the lake, is council run and maintained to a moderate level. Can't remember exact cost but think it was 7Tl. There is quite a strong Sulphur smell, but most people get used to it. Also a good thermal pool which really is quite hot and then you can have the dead skin on your feet cleaned by the 'fish doctor'. Refreshments are available at a reasonable price.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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sweetprince wrote a review Jan 2020
portsmouth499 contributions81 helpful votes
Infinity pool, hot springs, domes with amazing acoustics and mud baths. Fish therapy available..all located on koycegiz lake. Snacks, ice creams and drinks available. Entry fee to be paid.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Valerie A wrote a review Aug 2019
Vancouver, Canada222 contributions58 helpful votes
This thermal bath is the 2nd richest thermal bath in terms of minerals and effectivity. We had so much fun playing in the mud. We also got in the hot pool it was very refreshing. After that we did the doctor fish in which the fishes were eating our feet and legs. After that fish theraphy my skin was glowing and it became very soft. ( I am not joking) Overall it was a great experience the only bad part is that the mud smells bad because of sulphur.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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SunandSkiFamily wrote a review Jul 2019
Fordingbridge, United Kingdom76 contributions13 helpful votes
Stopped here as part of a boat trip. Fun experience getting covered in the mud and washing it off in the lake. Thermal pools also worth a dip. Takes a while to get the ‘egg’ smell out of swimwear but only 5 Turkish lira, so very good value.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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winniek888 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dana, Jordan609 contributions51 helpful votes
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This place is better than the Dalyan Mud place in my opinion, especially if you have a rental car. There’s a lake here right next to the mud bath and it’s quite pretty. It costs 5tl per person. Tours charge you so much more. It’s an interesting experience. I recommend plastic/water shoes getting into the mud, because there’s little sharp rocks and shells at the bottom and it was not pleasant stepping into it and be careful when smearing it onto your body because of the same reason. For small children, the mud pool is quite hot, so watch out that kids don’t just jump in. After you smear the stuff on, you have to wait for it to dry. For those with sensitive skin, or have cuts(open wounds), or mosquito bites, it stings! It doesn’t smell that bad, rotten eggs smells much worse than this. Afterwards you can just jump into the lake to wash off or go to the open showers. There’s also a dome covered sulphur pool, also very hot, nice for a quick dip. 2 domes, one for women, one for mixed sex. There are changing cabins, too. Max 1hour activity.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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