Denizli Castle: It has been neglected and destroyed because it is no longer a precaution in the Ottoman era. The castle was also severely damaged when 12,000 people were killed in the presence of 1702. The Arabian traveler Ibn-i Battuta admired Denizli in 1332. Seven of us talk about it.
Sultan Murad Câmii: It is in the district of Honaz. There is no kittens. Fifteen centuries of civilization. Small, square plan and single dome. Today it is in ruins.
It is in the Yazir village of Acıpayam. It was done in 1801. The wooden ceiling is decorated with rose motifs. It is very valuable in terms of decoration and decoration.
Savranşah Câmii: It is in Savranşah village of Çivril district. It is reported that it was built by Ömer Ağa in 1802. There is a permanent motif between the inner ornaments.
Yediler Tomb: It is in Denizli. There are 7 graves belonging to İnanç Bey. It is the thirteenth century work.
Yatağan Baba Tomb: It is in Baklan county. There is no kittens. The sixteenth century was made in the style of classical Ottoman Tomb.
Akhan: It is in Goncalı village between Denizli-Eğridir. Sultan Izzeddin the Second Keykâvus was built. Stone workmanship is very beautiful. It was called Akhan because it was made of white marble slabs. Gökpınar (Emir Sultan) passes by the Stream. There are places to sleep in the caravanserai, such as warehouse, stables, feed and straw warehouses, baths, masjid, silver hardware and saddlery, harness workshop.
Çardakhan Caravanserai: It is located in Çardak district. It was built in 1230. They are plain examples of the Sultan’s houses. It is a ruinous thing today.
Ahmetli Bridge: It is close to Ahmetli village between Sarayköy and Buldan. Production history is not certain. It is thought to be Roman or Seljuk artifact.
Old Denizli Cemetery: This cemetery has been used since the conquest of the Turks by Denizli. In this cemetery, the Seljuk commander Mehmed Gâzi, who was martyred when conquering Denizli, and Fatma Yıldız Hanim, who was a martyr in the war against the Crusaders, have marble graves.
Old historical monuments and ruins: Hierapolis: It is near Pamukkale. Ions are hot springs. Destroyed in the earthquake, BC In 1900, King Evmanes of Bergama rebuilt it. M.S. It was demolished and abandoned in 1354 in the earthquake. The temple, the theater, the palace and the house ruins are still standing.
Laodikela: This city, which the Turks call “Ladik”, is based on the ruins of the cities of Diopolis and Rhoas. The city is in a castle shaped like a diagonal. There are three entrance gates. B.C. It was founded in the 3rd century. The city has some baths and theater is strong. Denizli is 6 km away.
Antiochus II, the King of Andtiokos from the Selocid lineage, established this city and gave the name of his wife “Laodikela”. There are hidden passages, big baths, market place (Agora), city north and south gate, city walls (sehler), water source, theater, tombs and sculpture museum and deadly poisonous gases (pulutonium) in this city harbor.
Tripolis: It is in Yenice village of Buldan. Within the ruins are city waters, churches, waterways, tombs and theaters.
Beyce Sultan Höyüğü: It is the settlement center of pre-Târih era. It is near Minteşe village of Çivril district. Here also works belonging to the Kingdom of Arzava were found. Here, remains dating from the Coptic (chalcolithic) period to the last bronze age were found in 40 kattan.
Pamukkale: Denizli’s place attracts the most tourists. Touristic facilities are available. There is a “radon gas” in Pamukkale Kaplıcılık. This water has a relaxing character. This water can be both bath and drinkable. 35 ° C temperature and flavor. Carbon dioxide and calcareous hot water, which gushes from the ground and brings it to a small lake waterfall, flows into the ovum with deep channels and then cools.
Pamukkale is a world where there is no wife in the world. Since thousands of years, it has cooled and solidified as it moves away from the source of lime hot water, and floors have brought cotton stones (travertines) in the form of steps. Denizli is 20 km away. Along the way, there are the ruins of “Hierapolis”, the ionic spa town. Pamukkale, which has no similar in the world at the same time, is a sanitary coating. It is good for artery, heart, rheumatism and nervous disease.
Mesîre places: There are many beautiful places in the forest and on the edge of the lake.
İncilipınar: It is 2 km away from Denizli.
Gökpınar: It is 10 km away from Denizli and is between Acıpayam-Denizli. The great plane is covered with trees. Forests, lakes and rivers are in contact. Honaz and the Karcı mountains are wedged.
Çamlık: It is located in the forest near the Denizli where 1000 people can relax.
South Cascade: 10 km from the southern county, 10 m high. The surrounding area is wooded and has beautiful views.
Other places of interest are Kocapınar, Işıklı, Gümüşsu, Evkara pine, Hisar mills, Alacain, Çambaşı, Kadılar, Iğdır pine, Gürpınar and Kestane Deresi.
Spas: Denizli province is very rich in terms of sanitary water resources. But in most of them there is no facility. Some of them are:
Karahayit Hot Spring: 25 km away from the city center. Drinking cures are good for digestive system diseases and bathing cures are good for asthma, arteriosclerosis and rheumatism disorders.
Tekkeköy Thermal Spring: It is near Tekkeköy, 20 km away from Sarayköy district. The water of this spa is good for rheumatism, urinary tract, skin and gynecological diseases. There is also a sulphurous mud near the spa.
Ortakçı Illıcası: It is near the Sarayköy mound. There is a hamam and a hotel beside the meal. Drinking and bathing cures are useful for digestive system and rheumatic diseases.
Yenice Kaplıcası: It is located near Yenice village which is connected to Buldan county. Drinking and bathing cures are useful for rheumatism, heart, vascular stiffness, hemorrhoids and skin diseases.