Pamukkale (Château de coton) en Turquie. Site naturel composé de sources…
Pamukkale, Turquie, des énormes bassins circulaires recouverts d'une fine couche de calcaire
Temple de Delphes. Photo de Joël Robreau.
Cleopatra's Pool - thermal mineral pool of ancient Greece
FISHY PEDICURES-- This bizarre pedicure involves sticking your feet into a tub of water filled with toothless fish that then nibble away at the dead skin. Fishy pedicures originated in Turkey and a handful of locations in the country offer the service, including Yvonne’s Day Spa in Alexandria, Va. If you live in Washington state, however, you are out of luck: The state outlawed the treatment, saying it is unsanitary.
Swimming in Apollo’s Pool with ancient ruins in the Hierapolis hot spring, Pamukkale
Fish spa pedicures: During a treatment customers place their feet in tanks of warm freshwater containing dozens of toothless Garra rufa fish, which are about the size of minnows.Known as doctor or nibble fish. They suck and gently nibble away at dry and dead skin. The end result is said to leave your feet feeling refreshed and healthy. Garra rufa fish are found naturally in the river basins of the Northern and Central Middle East, mainly in Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran. Health concerns…