Denizli is a close province of the Agean. All Australian nationals must obtain visa for Turkey from Australia to visit Denizli. If you have already planned a trip to Denizli you may get your visa for turkey through our website. Turkey visa is valid for a period of 6 months.
Denizli Geographical Location
Let’s take a brief look at the geography of Denizli, which is one of our illiterates in the Aegean Region of our country, in terms of climate, surface area and population.
Due to its geographical position in Denizli, it shows the climatic and vegetation characteristics of three geographical regions. Under normal conditions, it is a province belonging to the Denizli Aegean Region, but each of the districts has the characteristics of the geographical region which is close. For example, Çameli, Kale and Eyağaç districts are under Mediterranean climate. Burdur, Isparta, Afyonkarahisar, Aydin, Manisa, Uşak and Muğla are the neighbors of Denizli. In terms of its position on the world, it lies between 28 0 30′-29 0 30 ‘eastern meridians and 37 0 12′-38 0 12’ northern paralelles. 47% of the surface area is covered by mountains, 28% by plains, 23% by platelets and 2% by spring. Denizli’s height from the sea is 428 meters.
Honaz Mountain, Karcı Mountain, Sazak Mountain, Besparmak Mountain, Monkey Mountain, Büyük Çökelez Mountain
Kizilhisar Mountain, Burgaz Mountain, Mountain Valley, Sandıras Mountain, Babadag, Bozdag, Akdag, Kargın Mountain.
Despite the fact that Denizli is located in the Aegean Region, almost all the districts have different climes. This difference is seen because 3 geographical regions in terms of marine geographical point are the intersection point.
But in general the winters are rainy and warm. The annual precipitation is 547 millimeters. In Denizli, the coolest province of the Aegean region, the summers are beautiful. The highest temperature is 41.2 degrees and the lowest temperature is -11.4 degrees.
Where to go in Denizli?
It is a shame that you should go to Denizli and go sightseeing places. Those who go to Denizli province, which has many places to visit and see, should prepare their list. It will make you comfortable going to Denizli by making a list of where to go and where to see before you go.
Denizli Pamukkale Travertines
As it is understood from its name, these travertines, which are connected to the Pamukkale district of Denizli, are one of the important tourist points that are visited by the world. These travertines, which have an incredible beauty, have become the symbol of both Denizli and our country. Pamukkale Travertines are listed on the Unesco World Heritage List. If you go to Denizli, never come back here.
This challenge is one of the most crowded regions of the province. There are many shops, cafes, restaurants, etc. in the vicinity, but they are located on the benches where you can sit. There is also a statue of Mufti Ahmet Hulusi Efendi in the square. Mufti Ahmet Hulusi Efendi is the person who burned the torch during the War of Independence.
Denizli Ufo Museum
Ufo Museum opened in Istanbul in 2002, moved here in 2005. This museum in the city center is the 4th International Ufo Museum in the world. Other UFO merchants are in Japan, USA and England. Europe, on the other hand, is the first International Ufo Museum of the Middle East and the Balkans. Historical events related to UFOs are also explained, as can be understood from the Museum.
Denizli Honaz Mountain National Park
This national park in the Honaz district is rich in vegetation and is the highest point of the Aegean. Because of these features botanists often visit them frequently. There are nearly 1,000 plant species in this park. It’s also in wild animals like foxes and wild boars. If you want to be nested with nature, come here.
Denizli İncilipınar Park
After the work done by the municipality, this park, which has been awarded to local people, has an area of 174,000 square meters. There are 1 large pond in the park, 3 small ponds, jogging track, resting place, playground for children. Almost the most preferred resting place of Denizli.
Tripolis Antique City in Denizli
It is estimated that this ancient city, which has a significant history, was built during the Lydian period, but there are no relics of this period. The historical buildings you will see in this area are baths, city buildings, castles, ramparts and a number of remains. Despite many earthquakes and wars in its history, it still preserves its existence.
Deniz Tabea Ancient City
This ancient city, which is a place where permanent excavation work is done, is located in the province of Kale. This area has been used as a permanent settlement after the Hellenistic period. Even in the Antiquity, it was even made of coins from underneath.
Denizli Karahayıt Thermal Springs
This is actually a continuation of the thermal springs located in the town of Pamukkale. Already the components in the water are similar to the content of Pamukkale’s coatings. The water temperature ranges from 420 degrees Celsius to 560 degrees Celsius. digestive system, stomach, intestines, liver, bile pathways, such as a lot of discomfort is indicated. It is also used as drinking water. The miracle of this water source has been registered by Ege University. It is a must in places of Denizli.
Hierapolis Ancient City
Just like Pamukkale Travertines, it is located on the UNESCO World Heritage List in Hierapolis Ancient City. The ancient city of Hierapolis, which is one of the important historical places of Denizli and our country, In 190, II. It was built by Eumenes. Hierapolis, which means “Holy City” in Greek, was restored by Roman architecture after the earthquakes that lived during Roman rule. So it is an ancient city where both Greek and Roman history are together. At the entrance of the ancient city of Hierapolis is the figure of “Medusa”.