Saturday, 20 July 2024
The Tuz Lake Becomes Center for Health Tourism

The Tuz Lake Becomes Center for Health Tourism

The Tuz Lake, which meets 60% of Turkey's salt needs and holds the title of the country's second-largest lake, is also becoming a center for health tourism.


The Tuz Lake, which connects the borders of Aksaray, Ankara, and Konya provinces and is Turkey's second-largest lake, has opened its doors to health tourism with the arrival of warmer weather.


The lake, which meets 60% of Turkey's salt needs with a harvest of 2 million tons of salt, continues to attract the interest of both domestic and foreign tourists.


Some visitors walking on the beach-like shores of Tuz Lake are indulging in nature hobbies, while others are walking barefoot in the salty water to find therapeutic benefits.


Tuz Lake is known for its healing properties against ailments such as athlete's foot, foot odor issues, and eczema.


Tuz Lake attracts visitors of all ages, from 7 to 70, offering them a unique visual experience with its unparalleled scenery.