İzmir’den gelen Buca İnci Özer Tırnaklı Fen Lisesi öğrencileri volkanik oluşumları, peri bacalarının oluşumu hakkında bilgi sahibi olmak için Kula – Salihli UNESCO Global Jeoparkı’nı
Some of the important geosites of Geopak that must be seen.
The Kula Divlit Volcanic Park is located in the Kula-Salihli Geopark, northeast of the Kula district. This park contains all of the landforms that resulted from the third stage of volcanic activity.
Kula is one of the best-protected sites of 18th-century Ottoman urban architecture in Turkey. Kula houses reflect not only the architectural style but also an overall image of the daily social life in the Ottoman cities.
This cone is one of the 80 volcanic cones in the area and one of the most spectacular parts of the volcanic landscape formed during the 4th phase of Kula volcanism around 25 thousand years ago.
It is one of Turkey's most important 15 geothermal fields. Located in the lower extremities of Kurşunlu stream, the area is on the Izmir Ankara road and is an important thermal tourism area.
The Kula and Salihli districts have a long history of ceramic production. The majority of the area's archaeological discoveries date to the Roman era, while there are also artifacts from the Hellenistic and prehistoric periods.