The mud baths are a typical tourist exploitation, and one of those things first time visitors do, and then wonder why!
Yes, it can be fun, but after plastering yourself in foul smelling mud, one asks "WHY?"
It's something you just feel inclined to do, because of the hype, but you will only do it once.
If you have never experienced the mud bath worth a visit, but once tried dont think I would want to repeat it. Downside the smell from the sulpher tends to linger on your skin and bathing costume, maybe a problem if you only have the one and have no washing facilities.
We took the boat up the lake to get here. The hot springs and mud bath are right on the lake with stunning views...
Just 1 turkish lira entry(25 pence) Small cafe open (except out of season)
New clean and spotless changing rooms/showers.
We used both the hot mud bath, takes two people to cover yourselves in mud as the...
You strip off to your swim wear and go into your muddy pool, where you rub mud all over your body, after a while you can get out and go for a shower. Then you get into a sulphur pool and relax. WARNING underwater cameras led screens are not sulphur waterproof. I still want to recommend that
We hired a private boat as it was the end of the season and the tours boats were totally booked. We paid 300tl for the boat but it was so worth it.
We took as much time as we wanted without having to worry about rush back to the boat. I think it's the only way to go.