Best Ephesus and Pamukkale tour 3 Days

Ephesus and Pamukkale

Best Ephesus and Pamukkale tour 3 Days

Duration :   2 Days 2 Nights
The Price :   199,00
Max People :    18
Start Location:   From Your hotel in Istanbul
Total Seats :  72/72
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Ephesus and Pamukkale tour, Join on a fascinating regular journey through ancient history and natural wonders with our unforgettable two days Ephesus and Pamukkale Tour in Turkey. This meticulously crafted itinerary invites you to explore Ephesus and Pamukkale, two of the country’s most iconic destinations, each offering a unique blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty.

Ephesus and Pamukkale Flexible Tour Three Days

Destinations of the tour:

Ephesus and Pamukkale are two of the most captivating destinations in Turkey, each offering a unique blend of historical significance and natural beauty.

Ephesus ruins and Virgin Mary:

Located near the modern-day town of Selçuk in western Turkey, Ephesus was one of the most important cities of the ancient world, serving as a major center of trade, culture, and religion.

Ephesus is renowned for its remarkably well-preserved ruins, which provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of ancient civilizations. Highlights include the Library of Celsus, the Great Theatre, the Temple of Artemis (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World), and the Terrace Houses with their exquisite mosaics and frescoes.

The city was also significant in early Christianity, as it is believed to be the site of the Temple of Artemis where St. Paul preached and the House of Virgin Mary, where Mary is said to have spent her final years.

Today, Ephesus is a popular tourist destination, drawing visitors from around the world to explore its archaeological wonders and delve into its rich history.

Pamukkale and Hierapolis:

Situated in the southwest of Turkey, near the city of Denizli, Pamukkale is famous for its surreal landscape of terraces, travertine pools, and hot springs.

The name “Pamukkale” translates to “Cotton Castle” in Turkish, a fitting description of the brilliant white terraces that resemble cascading cotton or frozen waterfalls.

The terraces are formed by the mineral-rich thermal waters that flow from natural springs, depositing calcium carbonate as they cascade down the hillside over thousands of years.

Visitors to Pamukkale can walk barefoot on the terraces, enjoying the warm, mineral-rich waters that have been revered for their therapeutic properties since ancient times.

In addition to its natural wonders, Pamukkale is home to the ancient city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hierapolis boasts well-preserved ruins, including a Roman theater, temples, and a necropolis, offering further insight into the region’s rich history.

Both Ephesus and Pamukkale are must-visit destinations for travelers to Turkey, offering a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty that is sure to leave a lasting impression. Whether exploring the ancient streets of Ephesus or soaking in the mineral-rich waters of Pamukkale, visitors are treated to an unforgettable experience that celebrates the wonders of Turkey’s past and present

Accommodations for Ephesus and Pamukkale tour:

Regarding accommodation  you can book your own accomodation in selcuk or Kusadasi for this tour. Also we are able to arrange accomodation for you if you request from us. Once you book your hotel we will find a hotel according to your wish then we will arrange which hotel if you choose from our Hotel recommended List.

Transportation for Ephesus and Pamukkale tour:

On our 2 Days guided tour to Ephesus and Pamukkale we use flight from istanbul to Izmir and we use private tour minibus 18 seats for the tour transportation. Also transfer from hotels to Airport will be done with a comfertable minibus

Tour Activities at Ephesus and Pamukkale tour:

This Tour has 2 Days activities as full Day Ephesus guided tour with lunch and full Day pamukkale guided tour with lunch

Tour Guides of Ephesus and Pamukkale tour:

Our Professional tour guides who will accompany the group and provide commentary or assistance throughout the tour.

Tour Terms and Conditions:

Tour Terms and Conditions

Please read the following terms and conditions carefully before booking your tour with us:


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Travel Documents and Insurance:

  • It is your responsibility to ensure that you possess valid passports, visas, and any other required travel documents for the duration of the tour.

  • We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance to cover unforeseen circumstances, including trip cancellations, medical emergencies, and lost or damaged luggage.

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  • Your health and safety are the most important to us. Please inform us of any medical conditions, allergies, or special requirements that may affect your participation in the tour.

  • We reserve the right to refuse participation in the tour to any individuals who pose a risk to themselves or others due to health concerns or inappropriate behavior.

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Places You’ll See :

The Ephesus ruins are among the most impressive and well-preserved ancient sites in the world, located near the modern town of Selçuk in Turkey. There are daily regular guided tour to Ephesus from selcuk / Kusadasi

Ephesus Ruins

Here's an overview of what you can expect to see at Ephesus: Great Theatre: One of the largest ancient theaters in the world, the Great Theatre of Ephesus could accommodate up to 25,000 spectators and was the venue for theatrical performances, concerts, and public gatherings. Library of Celsus: Perhaps the most iconic structure in Ephesus, the Library of Celsus is a beautifully restored ancient library that once housed thousands of scrolls and served as a monumental tomb for the Roman senator Celsus. Temple of Artemis: Although only a few columns remain standing today, the Temple of Artemis was once one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and a grand sanctuary dedicated to the goddess Artemis. Terrace Houses: The Terrace Houses, also known as the "houses of the rich," are a series of well-preserved residential buildings that belonged to Ephesus' elite citizens. These houses offer insights into the daily life, architecture, and decoration of affluent Ephesians during the Roman period. Agora: The Agora was the commercial and civic heart of ancient Ephesus, where merchants, politicians, and citizens gathered for trade, socializing, and political discussions. The ruins include colonnaded streets, market stalls, and public buildings. The Temple of Hadrian: Dedicated to the Roman Emperor Hadrian, this temple features a distinctive facade adorned with intricate reliefs depicting mythological scenes and imperial motifs. The Fountain of Trajan: A monumental fountain built to commemorate the Roman Emperor Trajan, featuring a decorative facade adorned with statues and reliefs. The Odeon: A small theater-like structure used for concerts, lectures, and meetings, with a capacity of around 1,500 spectators. The Stadium: Located outside the main archaeological site, the Stadium of Ephesus was one of the largest in the ancient world, capable of seating up to 30,000 spectators for athletic contests and gladiatorial games. Visiting the ruins of Ephesus offers a fascinating glimpse into the ancient world, with its well-preserved architecture, intricate sculptures, and rich historical significance. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an architecture buff, or simply a curious traveler, Ephesus is sure to leave a lasting impression. Moving around ephesus besides guided tour hire a minibus will be the most flexible way yo visit Ephesus


Pamukkale village, meaning "Cotton Castle" Village in Turkish, is a natural wonder located in the Denizli Province of southwestern Turkey. It is renowned for its striking white terraces of travertine, created by mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down the mountainside over thousands of years.

Pamukkale village Thermal Waters Highlight

Here's what you can expect to see and experience at Pamukkale: Travertine Terraces: The main attraction of Pamukkale is its surreal landscape of terraced pools, formed by the calcite deposits left behind by the flowing mineral waters. The cascading pools create a series of white terraces that resemble cotton or snow-covered cliffs, hence the name "Cotton Castle." Hierapolis Ancient City: Pamukkale is also home to the ancient city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the ruins of this Greco-Roman city, including well-preserved structures such as the monumental Roman Theater, the Temple of Apollo, the Nymphaeum, and the Necropolis, where thousands of tombs and sarcophagi are scattered across the hillside. Cleopatra's Pool: Within the Hierapolis archaeological site, you'll find the Cleopatra's Pool, also known as the Antique Pool. This thermal pool is believed to have been used by Cleopatra herself for its healing properties. Visitors can swim amidst ancient Roman ruins in the warm, mineral-rich waters. Archaeological Museum: Learn more about the history and archaeology of Pamukkale and Hierapolis at the Hierapolis Archaeological Museum. The museum houses artifacts excavated from the site, including sculptures, ceramics, and inscriptions. Sacred Pool (Basilica Thermal Pool): Another thermal pool within the Hierapolis complex, the Sacred Pool is surrounded by ancient columns and submerged marble fragments. It offers a tranquil and rejuvenating bathing experience in warm, mineral-rich waters. Natural Park: Pamukkale is part of a larger natural park area, offering opportunities for leisurely walks, picnics, and enjoying the stunning scenery of the surrounding landscape. Sunset and Sunrise Views: Visit Pamukkale during sunrise or sunset for the most spectacular views of the terraces, when the sunlight casts a golden glow over the white travertine formations, creating a magical ambiance. Hot Air Balloon Rides: For an unforgettable experience, consider taking a hot air balloon ride over Pamukkale and the surrounding countryside, offering panoramic views of the terraces, ancient ruins, and picturesque landscapes. Pamukkale is not only a natural wonder but also a cultural and historical treasure, offering visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, ancient history, and therapeutic experiences. Whether you're soaking in the thermal pools, exploring the ancient ruins, or simply admiring the breathtaking scenery, Pamukkale promises an unforgettable journey




Pick up from Your Hotel transfer to Airport which you will depart to Izmir

Catch Evening flight to Izmir from Istanbul airport or Sabiha Gokcen Airport. (You can catch 19:00 pm 20:00 pm flights)

Meet on arrival transfer to your Hotel in Selcuk or Kusadasi  Stay Overnight



07.30 AM Pick up from your hotel in Kusadasi

07.45 AM Pick up from your hotel in Selcuk and drive to Pamukkale

12.00 PM Depart for fully guided Pamukkale tour


  • Hierapolis ( Sacred City )
  • Necropolis ( tumulus, sarcophagus and house-shaped tombs )
  • Domitian Gate
  • The Main Street
  • Byzantium Gate
  • Temple of Apollo
  • Plutonium
  • Theatre
  • Travertines
  • Cleopatra’s Pool

17:00 PM End of the tour transfer to  Your Hotel in Kusadasi or Selcuk


08.45 AMPick up from your hotel in Kusadasi

09.00 AM Pick up from your hotel in Selcuk or Kusadasi

Depart for the full day Ephesus Guided Tour


  • Magnesia gate,
  • Agora,
  • The Odeon,
  • Marble Street,
  • Temple of Hadrian,
  • The library of Celcus,
  • the Fountain of Trajan,
  • Curettes street,
  • The Great Amphitheatre
  • Full Lunch
  • The home of Virgin Mary

17:00 PM End of the tour transfer you to Izmir Airport for your Next destination ( Can be Antalya, Istanbul, Cappadocia )


Can I catch Early Morning flight?

Yes you can book any time of the day flight to Izmir and we can make your airport transfers


Can I book My own Hotel?

Sure you can book hotel your own. Alsowe are able to recommend you some good condition trouble free hotels


After the tour Can I catch my flight to Cappadocia?

Yes you can book your flight from Izmir to Kayseri airport or Nevsehir airport we can still make your transfer from airport to your Hotel


Can I combine this tour with Cappadocia tours if so What is the itinerary?

For combine this tour you have 2 options

  • Change The day Ephesus tour to Pamukkale. After the pamukkale tour you can catch overnight bus to Cappadocia ( we can arrange your bus tickets for you) this option is by overnight bus
  • Second option You can catch flight from izmir airport to kayseri airport ot Nevsehir airport  this option is by flight
How Can I contact to Tour operator easly?

You can contact our Tour operator by Whatsapp 7/24  +90 531 378 9262

What's Included

  • Airport Transfer
  • Entrance Fees
  • Ephesus Tour
  • Guide
  • Lunch
  • Pamukkale Tour
  • Pick up /Drop of
  • Transport

What's Excluded

  • Accommodation
  • Drinks at Lunch
  • Flights
  • Meals
  • Tips for driver and Guide


Why Book With Us?

  • We are Local Travel Agency
  • 24/7 support helpline during tour and Travel in Turkey
  • Flexible customisable tour and Activity options

Got a Question?

7/24 Whatsapp: +90 531 378 9262