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Lake Tuz

On our way to Cappadocia we stopped at Lake Tuz. It's free of charge and you can take a break from... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Stade, Germany
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Awesome scenery :)

Definitely natural beauty! so on your way must stop by and experience the salt lake on your bare... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2017
umit d
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Sereflikochisar, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On our way to Cappadocia we stopped at Lake Tuz. It's free of charge and you can take a break from traveling while soaking your feet in salt. The lake is endless and it's quite the amazing experience and also very good for your skin.

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Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Definitely natural beauty! so on your way must stop by and experience the salt lake on your bare feet :)

1  Thank umit d
Reviewed 15 May 2017

If you are heading from Ankara to Cappadocia, you MUST stop by this lake. It was amazing. It's so surreal, the lake, the reflections, everything! Loved it. Free of charge.

1  Thank Brigitta S
Reviewed 13 January 2017

We passed by here on our way from Cappadocia to Ankara; I must admit the whole place is vast and unblocked, giving one a nice view of the whole lake; other than that, there is nothing much to see; just a huge dry lake with...More

2  Thank Ho_Family2013
Reviewed 12 October 2016

This is a huge lake with 1,665 ㎦ area. In October when I visited, there's almost no rain and it looked like a desert. - The admission is free. - It'll be much better after rain because the ground reflects in the picture. - There's...More

2  Thank JH L
Reviewed 28 June 2016

We were recommended that on the way from Ankara to Capadoccia to pass by Salt Lake or Lake Tuz. Better, impossible. Imagine yourself to be surrounded by pink/white crystals that when you touch them, they convert in water!! Better if you go in summer outfit...More

1  Thank Lorena S
Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

On the way to Turkish capital Ankara, stopped by Lake Tuz (Salt Lake). Was bitterly cold, unblocked from the blowing wind. Little activities in the winter. The water has almost evaporated and layer of salt found on the soil. From afar, the lake looked like...More

2  Thank 692linz
Reviewed 1 June 2016

while we going to Cappadocia vith my car ... we stopped by Tuz Golu. It is a natural source of salt. people were walking seemingly on water... then you realized as your adjusted to the blinding white light, that there was no or very very...More

2  Thank fikretoguz
Reviewed 20 February 2016

On a bus from Ankara's airport to Cappadocia... we stopped by Tuz Golu. It was a surprise that was not on my to do list. It was surreal, the type of stuff you'd expect from a Michelangelo Antonioni or Andrucha Waddington movie.. people were walking...More

4  Thank 944giorgiog
Reviewed 7 February 2016 via mobile

We have been there for once, it was in autumn, the weather was cold but sunny. natural salt are bought by one of facility in the lakeside. I felt great while walking on the lake. It was amazing, but nothing to do. You can just...More

2  Thank Jenny G
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Response from Ukestein |
From Ankara to Şereflikoçhisar buses stop side by salt lake.
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12 June 2015|
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Response from fional943 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I went there as part of a Peregrine tour. There are towns in the area. Maybe look for one of those on the map, public transport it to there, then take a taxi, or investigate half day trips.