Important Geosites

Some of the important geosites of Geopak that must be seen.

Kula Divlit Volkanik Park

Kula Volcanic Park

It is one of the most important volcanic forms formed in the third phase of Kula volcanism (Divlit Tepe Volcanics). In terms of formation and shape features, it is in the type of cinder cone or scour cone.

Sandal Divlit

Sandal Divlit

It is one of the most important volcanic forms formed in the 3rd phase of the Kula Volcanism (Divlit Tepe Volcanics). In terms of formation and shape features, it is in the type of cinder cone or scoria cone.

Tarihi Kula Evleri

Historical Kula Houses

Kula, 18. yüzyıl Osmanlı kent mimarisinin Türkiye’deki en iyi korunan alanlarından biridir. Kula evleri, yalnızca mimari tarzı değil aynı zamanda Osmanlı kentlerinde günlük sosyal yaşamın genel bir görüntüsünü yansıtmaktadır.

Kula Peri Bacaları

Kula Fairy Chimneys

In the Kula-Salihli UNESCO Global Geopark, the Fairy Chimneys were formed due to the joint effect of raindrop erosion, surface erosion and tunnel / piping developed within the soft layer.

Çakırca Bazalt Sütunları

Çakırca Basalt Columns

The volcanic rocks you see here were formed as a result of the spreading of the lava that emerged as a result of the activation of Toytepe Volcano, located at the northernmost end of the Sarnıç Plateau, approximately 1,260 million years ago.

Sardes ve Artemis Tapınağı

Sardis and The Temple of Artemis

History BC. The city of Sardes, which dates back to the 15th century, was the capital of the Lydian Kingdom in 1000 BC.

Kurşunlu Kaplıcaları

Kurşunlu Hot Springs.

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.

Gökeyüp Çömlekçiği

Gökeyüp Pottery

The tradition of pottery making for centuries is maintained by more than 100 households in Gökeyüp. In Gökeyüp, where old techniques are still used, pottery-eyed gneiss is obtained by grinding the bedrock.

Bintepeler

The Thousand Hills

These 119 tumuli scattered across the area between the ancient city of Sardis and Marmara Lake belonged to the rulers of Lydia.

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