Pamukkale is one of the most popular historical, the city of Hierapolis, as well as hot spring resorts in Turkey. Located about 20 km from the town of Denizli lies in the easternmost part of western Turkey. Pamukkale is foremost important due to its natural beauty formed over the centuries from hot calcium-dissolved spring waters. Hot warm mineral water pouring out from the earth cracks and fissures wash down over the cliff faces and form dramatic brilliantly white calcium travertine formations or travertine pools. The area gained wide spread popularity in the Roman times, a temple was dedicated to God Apollo and a large pool was constructed by the temple at the source of the spring where you can swim in it today.
Finding a suitable accommodation will be of no problem as Pamukkale has numerous small hotels, pensions and restaurants. Not far from Pamukkale is Karahayit a small town with small pensions with their own small warm mineral water pools and also large resort hotels serving for large tour groups. Note that mineral water of Karahayit is not white as of Pamukkale but a sort of red due to its dissolved ferrous content.
Pamukkale is on the tourist destinations starting either from Antalya on the Mediterranean coast or from the west, Kusadasi on the Aegean coast.
Otherwise, you can get to Pamukkale, via the city of Denizli, on a guided tour from most of the places, once on the way to Pamukkale you can spear time to visit Aphrodisias, the ancient City of Aphrodite, goddess of love.