The tour ends at 05:30 in the evening and brings you to hotels in the middle of Side area. For tea, the first option is in Korkuteli. You can not purchase any cookies, milk, and coffee in a café if you do not have a luncher box from the hotel. There are several other transfers to make the long trip smoother and pleasant on the road to Pamukkale.
Denizli, the closest town to Pamukkale, stops to appreciate the panoramic view. An free buffet lunch is also planned at a local restaurant in the city of Pamukkale. The hill with its beautiful white terraces can be seen from the restaurant.
On your arrival in Pamukkale, you can find the ruins of Hierapolis and know more about their history and culture (amphitheater, city walls, bathhouses, necropolises, etc). You can then stroll along the white travertines, admire the full elegance of this natural wonder, and float with the hot spring water in its natural baths. Not far from the travertines is Cleopatra's bath, an ancient tub is open for an additional fee. Swimming is free.
Pamukkale is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site (1988) because of the glorious white travertine and cultural traditions of Hierapolis Ancient City.
On your way back you will once again go through Denizli, where you will stop shopping (textile / leather store and onyx fabric). Upon driving directly to Side, you can have dinner at a local restaurant. Until you head to your hotel there will be the last line.