Cappadocia E-pass includes discounted Turkish Hamam. Book it via your Cappadocia E-pass.
Turkish Bath & Hamam in Cappadocia
A Turkish bath, also known as a hamam, is a type of public bathing facility that originated in the Middle East and has been popular in Turkey for centuries. These baths consist of a large, heated room with a central marble slab called a “gobek tasi.” (belly stone) The bathers lie down for a full-body cleansing and exfoliation ritual. The room is heated by a system of underground pipes that circulate hot water or steam. The air is usually infused with the scent of eucalyptus or other herbs.
The traditional hammam ritual begins with a period of relaxation in the hot room, during which bathers sweat out toxins and open their pores. Next, bathers move to a cooler room for a full-body wash and massage, often using a kese, a rough mitt made from natural fibers, to exfoliate the skin. The massage is usually performed by a professional masseur, called a tellak, who may use special oils or soaps to help soften the skin.
After the massage, bathers move to a final room for a period of rest and relaxation. Some hamams also offer more services such as hair washing and styling and may have separate sections for men and women.
The Final Word
Hamams have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries and are considered an important aspect of the country's social and cultural heritage. Book it via Cappadocia E-pass and experience Turkish Baths now!
Turkish Bath & Hamam Times and Location
Cappadocia E-pass includes discounted Turkish Bath & Hamam attraction. You can reserve via the E-pass customer panel.
Turkish Bath & Hamam takes around an hour. You can reserve it within the day from 11:00 - 19:00
Pick up and drop off service is available with extra fee
Location will be share on confirmation mail
Turkish Bath & Hamam booking must be done before the E-pass expired. The system will not allow any bookings after the E-pass expired.
Reservation should be done 24 hours in advance by the Cappadocia E-pass customer panel.
Turkish Bath internal temperature is high. We recommend that our guests whose health condition is not suitable should consult their doctor.