Marmaris Ottoman Turkish Bath tour which lasts for two hours, we will give you the opportunity to bask in the traditional Turkish steam bath while enjoying an oil massage. There many Turkish bath options that you will be offered during your holiday. Most of these Turkish baths will give you a good service, but they are all located in the basements of the hotels. As a construction do not expect a lot from these hotel baths. Marmaris Ottoman Bath is not only a tradition bath because of the service it offers but also as a structure, it is one of the last proper Turkish Bath buildings in the town. Bathing in a Turkish bath is a cultural tradition for the Turks. Those who feel tired of everyday life, feel cleansed and regenerated both materially and spiritually when they leave the bath.
Also known as ‘hamams’, the process of taking an Ottoman Turkish bath begins with sauna. Taking a Turkish bath first requires relaxation in sauna (known as a warm room) heated with a continuous flow of hot air that allows the bather to breathe freely. Then, you’ll be moved into main section where you will have the scrub and the foam massage.
Marmaris Ottoman Turkish Bath
After having a full body wash, your Marmaris OttomanTurkish bath experience includes receiving an oil massage and then you’ll be finally removed to the cooling room for a period of relaxation. The visitors can then use a cloth, called pestamal, which is worn around the waist like a pareo, in addition to serving as a towel.
For clarity sake, during your Marmaris Ottoman Turkish bath, you’ll first dry your body with the water in the bath tub, then sit in göbek taşı in the middle of the hot part. Below göbek taşı is a tall dome. The dome architecturally causes the steam to rise and from here the drops of the cold water fall. Those who sit in göbek taşı, sweat out profusely.
At the end of the day will have an oil massage for 15 minutes .