" Kaklik Cave" Denizli Ili Off The Beaten Path Tip by Kuznetsov_Sergey
Denizli Ili Off The Beaten Path: 4 reviews and 13 photos
This magnificent cave located thirty kilometers east of the city of Denizli south to Haydarbaba Türbe and 3 kilometers away. Kaklik Cave was created by an underground stream eating away the limestone and sulphurous rock of the region.
It seems strange that a cave should be situated not on the nearby Mount Malý, which rises to 1277 metres and is made almost entirely of marble, but on a flat plain covered with cotton fields and vineyards.
The mouth of the cave lies near Kokarhamam Spring - the name literally meaning 'smelly bath' on account of the sulphurous fumes - which waters a reedy marsh crisscrossed by channels.
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