Kusadasi Turkish Bath Tour – Feel like a new-born, massage by professional Turkish performers… Explore Turkey by Package Tour Turkey.
Kusadasi is one of the most visited cities in Turkey where covered Ephesus, St.John Basilica, Temple of Artemis, and Mother Mary House and famous for its Turkish Baths.
The Turkish bath history dates back to Ancient Romans, They were used to bath in small, special places with steam, but Turks added the massage system and converted the architecture with marbles, divided the Man’s and Women’s sections.
‘Tellak’ who makes a massage to a man in Turkish style, and Natır is the name of a woman massaging women.
Ephesus Turkish Bath tour is the perfect choice For a real massage experience by professional Turkish Tellak or Natır. Also, Turkish bath tours are common in Selcuk, where Ephesus ancient city is located.
The Type of massages and duration is all chosen by your side as some massages such as Coffee Peeling, Algae Mask, Clay mask, Salt Mask are up to 2 hours. Still, it is guaranteed that you will never forget this experience, and it will be a habit for the rest of your life.
Turkish scrub massage will revitalize your body and refresh your dead-cell in the skin.
When the guests reach Hammam, they will get the below services;
Slipper, Peshtemal, Towel, Shorts for pool and general use upon request (with size option), Safety, locker, Personal dressing cabin, a Hairdryer is provided. Also, there is a cafeteria inside of hammam where you can buy drinks and aperatives.
Don’t miss the Turkish Bath tour, and book your Turkish Bath tour in Kusadasi.
In the lives of Turks, baths were bathing places and centers where health, social and cultural activities took place. The use of water for health purposes, which is one of the vital needs of human beings, has led to the construction of water spaces such as baths and hot springs. Baths, one of these building types, respond to the washing and cleaning needs of people. Besides, baths have been architecturally shaped in line with the societies’ religious beliefs in every period and have been a part of social life. The word hamam; derives from Arabic Hammam = Bath, Hebrew Hamam = Being warm.
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