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Turkish Bath Hammam From Fethiye

  • Fethiye
  • 3 Hours
  • Max People : 100
  • Pickup: Hotel or Location
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€20
+12 Adults
€ 20 per person
11-7 Child
€ 15 per person
06-0 Infant
€ 0 per person
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When visiting Fethiye, a charming coastal town nestled in the picturesque region of Turkey, one cannot miss out on the opportunity to immerse themselves in the ancient tradition of the Turkish bath, also known as Hammam. This rejuvenating and culturally rich experience offers a unique blend of relaxation, cleansing rituals, and a glimpse into the fascinating history of the Ottoman Empire. A Turkish bath is not just a simple spa treatment; it's an age-old tradition that dates back to the times of the Roman Empire. The Hammam holds a special place in Turkish culture, serving as a sanctuary for physical and spiritual well-being. In Fethiye, you can experience an authentic Hammam that combines the centuries-old practices with modern comforts, creating a truly indulgent experience.

Your Turkish bath experience begins as you step into the ornate entrance of the Hammam. The interior ambiance immediately transports you to a different era, with its domed ceilings, marble walls, and warm, inviting atmosphere. You are greeted by friendly and professional staff who are dedicated to ensuring your comfort throughout the entire experience. After changing into a traditional pestemal (a thin cotton towel), you are guided to the warm and steamy bathing area. As you enter, you can feel the soothing heat enveloping your body, preparing it for the cleansing ritual ahead. The steam helps to open your pores, allowing the subsequent treatments to deeply cleanse and revitalize your skin.

Your journey then progresses to the "gobek tasi," the large heated central platform where you relax and enjoy the warmth of the marble slab beneath you. Here, you can let go of any stress or tension as you recline and soak up the serene atmosphere. The gentle heat allows your muscles to unwind, preparing you for the traditional scrubbing ritual known as "kese." The kese is a signature element of the Turkish bath experience. An expert attendant, known as a "tellak," skillfully exfoliates your body using a coarse mitt. The rhythmic strokes remove dead skin cells and impurities, leaving your skin soft, smooth, and glowing. As the tellak works their magic, you can feel the tension melt away, revitalizing both your body and spirit.

After the invigorating kese, it's time to indulge in the "köpük masajı," or foam massage. The tellak skillfully creates fluffy clouds of soap bubbles and gently massages them into your body. The sensation is incredibly soothing, and the fragrant scent of the soap adds to the overall sensory experience. As the tellak massages your body, you can feel your muscles loosen further, creating a sense of deep relaxation and contentment. Throughout your Hammam experience, you are encouraged to stay hydrated and take breaks as needed. In between treatments, you can retreat to the relaxation area, where you can sip on traditional Turkish tea or enjoy refreshing fruit. This allows you to fully savor the moment and prolong the feeling of tranquility.

As your Turkish bath journey comes to an end, you can bask in the afterglow of the experience. Your skin feels rejuvenated, and your body feels light and revitalized. The Turkish bath is not just about physical well-being but also a celebration of self-care and embracing the art of slowing down.

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Price Includes

  • Sauna
  • Peeling
  • Foam Massage

Price Excludes

  • Oil Massage
  • Drinks and Snacks
  • Your Personal Expenditures
  • Professional Photo and Video Shoots

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