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Çamur Banyolari

Köycegiz gölü ve Dalyan kanali çevresindeki pek çok yerden kaplica suyu çikiyor. Sicak kükürtlü sular, basta romatizma ve cilt hastaliklari olmak üzere pek çok derde deva. Koycegize yaklasik tekneyle 50 dakika uzaklikta olan ve tekneyle gidilebilen Çamur Banyosu, Köycegiz gölü kenarindaki Sultaniye kaplicalarindan farkli olarak bir turistik animasyon merkezi olarak gelisti. Daha çok yabanci turistlerin soyunup çamura bulandiklari ve sonra da hatira fotografi çektirdikleri Çamur Banyosu her zaman kalabalik ve renkli görüntüler sunuyor. Cilde iyi geldigi söylenen ama sagligin ötesinde animasyon yönü öne çikan çamur banyosunu siz de deneyip bu hos aniyi bir fotograf kartinda kalicilastirabilirsiniz. Mugla’nin Köycegiz Ilçesi’nin batisindaki Köycegiz Gölü’nün bati sahilinde ve Ölemez Dagi’nin eteklerindedir. Suyun Isisi: 41,9 derece. Romatizmal hastaliklar, cilt, kan dolasimi, kalp hastaliklari, solunum yolu, sinir sistemi böbrek ve idrar yollari rahatsizliklari, kadin hastaliklari, metabolizma bozukluklari ve nekahet dönemlerinde etkili oldugu belirtiliyor. Tedavi Ettigi Hastaliklar Romatizmal hastaliklar, cilt, kan dolasimi, kalp hastaliklari, solunum yolu, sinir sistemi böbrek ve idrar yollari rahatsizliklari, kadin hastaliklari, metabolizma bozukluklari ve nekahat dönemlerinde etkilidir. Yararlanma Sekilleri Içme, banyo.

 

The mud baths

In the area of the Dalyan channels and Lake Köycegiz thermal waters spring up at many places. The hot sulphurous waters are credited with healing rheumatic and skin diseases as well as other cases. However, the Sultaniye thermal waters, just 15 minutes from the town centre, have developed differently and became a tourist attraction. The mud bath, where generally foreign tourist get undressed, get into the mud and have their photos taken, is always colourful and crowded but gives a good photo opportunity. You can immortalise this moment by posing for the camera before and after getting into the mud, which is supposed to have a beautifying effect on the skin but has also won a reputation engendering a sense of fun. Apart from the endangered Caretta Carettas sea turtles there are also Nile sea turtles (Trionyx Tringulus), not as well known as the Caretta Carettas, that live near the lake area of the channels.

Sultaniye Hot Spring Situated next to a natural channel between Koycegiz Lake and the Mediterranean Sea, the Riza Cavus Thermal Baths form a water pool and a mud pond, with a flow rate of about 8 liters per second. The mud and mineral baths can accommodate 1,000 people per day. At a second spring is Velibey Thermal Baths, 1.5 km north of Riza Cavus that has similar qualities and a flow rate of 20 liters per second. The waters of Sultaniye are good for both bathing and drinking. They flow at a rate of 42 liters per second, resulting in a bath capacity of 10,000 baths per day. Physio-chemical Characteristics and Indications The Riza Cavus natural hot springs contain sodium chloride, hydrogen, sulfur, bromide, fluoride, and are naturally radioactive (3,770 picokuri/liter, or 139 bekerel/liter), with a total salt and mineral content of 2,800 mg/It. The temperature of the mud and water is 30' to 38 C, and the pH is about 6.5. These hot springs are good for the treatment of rheumatic, dermatological and gynecological diseases, as well as neurological and physical exhaustion