Akkayalar Travertines, known as Pamukkalesi of Bolu, have become the center of attention of holidaymakers who are overwhelmed by hot weather with their healing water and green nature.
Akkayalar Travertines, called ‘Pamukkalesi of Bolu’, which is 10 kilometers away from Bolu city center, were flooded by holidaymakers at the weekend. Akkayalar, which has become the center of attention with its green nature and mineral-rich healing waters, offers pleasant moments to its visitors. Those who spend their holidays in Akkayalar, where holidaymakers coming from outside the city are concentrated, can swim in the pools filled with healing water and have a picnic in the green areas. In addition, citizens with skin diseases such as psoriasis and eczema especially prefer Akkayalar Travertines in order to find healing.
“THE LARGEST WATER OF EUROPE”
“Our travertines are completely natural. No additives or chemicals added later. There is no Pamukkale-like travertine formed by the hardening of the water’s own calcium mineral. A travertine of such magnitude is about a third of the size of Pamukkale. There is no other example in operation. At the same time, our water is a very mineral water. It is the richest water in Europe in terms of calcium. There is almost no salt in terms of salt. ”
“It is good for skin diseases”
Rich, saying that the water in Akkaya is good for skin diseases, “It is healing for all skin diseases. It is a healing water against skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, fungus, hives. Visitors who come here can sit in the promenade, have a picnic. We have pony horses. We have a large swimming pool of 3 thousand 500 square meters. This consists of our healing water. They can use this place all day long. ”
“I COME 3-4 TIMES EVERY YEAR”
Erkal Tezcoşkun, who came to Akkayalar to spend the weekend holiday with his family from Ankara, said, “I came here to travel. I come 3-4 times every year. It is a very beautiful place. It is an amazing natural wonder. I feel like I have been to Pamukkale. This place is more natural. It has never been played. When I come here, I constantly fill it with water and drink it. I will take water again. ”