Car hire in Denizli




Denizli is one of the provinces of Aegean Region which has a population of 931,823 and 11,692 sq km area. Aydin, Mugla, Usak ve Manisa are neighbors of Denizli. There are 18 districts, 68 towns and 359 villages in the borders of Denizli. The city is famous for its travertine, cock, hot spring water, lakes and ancient cities. Denizli is a developed city with its tourism, industry, modern civilization, geographical location and economy. In addition, the success of people in Denizli on hand arts continues for generations. These are: weaving, leatherwork, ropery, copper, comb making, saddle, wire breaking and woodcarving.


Acipayam : It is the biggest town of Denizli with its 13 districts, 38 villages and 1700 sq km area. It was under the rule of The Hittites, Ionians, Akas, Phrygians, Lydians, Persians and Greeks in history.

Buldan :
It is 23 km far from Denizli. It has 1 district and 28 villages. This town is famous for Tripolis settlement. 

Çal :
It has a population of 39,260, 8 districts and 23 villages. Büyük Menderes River waters the lands of the town. District Municipality was established in 1868.

Babadag : It has about 6000 population and 9 villages. This town is located at the foot of BabaDag.

Güney : It has become a district in 1948. It has 1 district, 16 villages and 15,799 population.

Bekilli : It has become a municipality in 1987 with its 1 district, 11 villages and 12,637 population.

In addition, Sarayköy, Tavas, Honaz, Serinhisar, Akköy, Baklan, Çameli, Çardak, Çivril, and Bozkurt are other towns of Denizli.


Denizli was founded around Eskihisar village by II. Antiokos on behalf of his wife and was given the name Laodicea between the years B.C 261-246. Persians, Büyük Iskender (Alexander the Great), Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks, some principalities and Ottomans ruled the city in history. 
After Turks conquered Denizli, they settled to the today’s current location Kaleiçi.


Pamukkale : Pamukkale is 20 km away from city center. It has been taken to UNESCO 'World Cultural Heritage List”. It attracts nearly 1 million tourists annually with the visual richness of travertine and its healing water.

Hierapolis Archeology Museum : Roman Bath which is one of the ancient structures of Hierapolis city has been serving since 1984 as Hierapolis Archeology Museum. There are works from Laodicea, Colossae, Tripolis, Lycos (Çürüksu) Valley such as Attuda.

Atatürk Ethnography Museum :
The museum is located in the city center. Ottoman period artifacts such as clothing, jewelry, furniture, weapons, carpets, rugs are on display. 

Tripolis - Buldan / Yenice : It is 40 km away from the city center of Denizli. It is one of the centers which provides agricultural trade to the Caria and Phrygia regions.

Necropolis : It is on the eastern and southern slopes of the city wall, there are rock graves, podium graves and sarcophagi.
The castle and city walls : The city walls enclose Tripolis and they are supported by observation towers and thick walls. The city walls were built in the Byzantine period.

Artemis and Leto: This place is about 4 km east from the ancient city of Heraclea Salbace. It is located in Ören Sirti and Kocapinar. It has a hieron rectangular shape. On the inscriptions, there are mythological subjects about Artemis, Apollo, Pan, Dionysus and Heracles.

Goncali Church (Church of Laodiceia): Laodiceia ancient city which is 6 km north of Denizli was established on the hills near Eskihisar. It is one of the seven churches which is mentioned in the last Revelation Bab of Bible. In the ruins, theater, stadium, basilica, nymphaeum, temples, colonnaded road were built during the Roman period. The city made fame with its hot spring water which is used as a therapeutic treatment.

St. Philippe Marytyrion (Ottogon, Pamukkale): It was built on a hill on behalf of St..Philippe one the 12 apostles of Jesus. It is in the center of the ancient city of Hierapolis. St. Philippe wanted to spread Christianity in A.D 80 but he was murdered at the location of the current Martyrion. In the early 5th century it is founded in the memory of St. Philippe.

Akhan: It is 7 km away from Denizli. It was built in 1254. There are two inscriptions in caravanserai. There are the name and title of II. Izzettin Keykavus on one inscription. Caravanserai has majestic motifs such as deer, sphinxes, birds, figures, palmette and plant. 

Çardakhan Caravanserai : According to the inscription, it is understood that it was bilt by I. Alaaddin Keykubad. Caravanserai is in the type of inns and it is in Çardak town. 

Çizmeli (Yenice) Thermal Spring and Mineral Waters : They are 16 km away from Buldan town and they are reached through the ruins of Tripolis ancient city that is on the banks of Menderes.

Gölemezli Mud Baths: It is located in Gölemezli village in Akköy town. This spa is used as mud bath and also it is said that it heals skin patients too.
Some of the local dishes of Denizli; Stone closing, tandoor kebab, tin kebab, kuzu kapama, et kapama, kol dolma, keskek and arapasi are the main dishes of the city. Dough and flatbread are local breads in Denizli.


Road: Denizli is 130 km to Aydin, 150 km to Mugla, 240 km to Izmir, 155 km to Usak, 200 km to Manisa, 640 km to Istanbul and 560 km to Ankara.
Railway: Train Station is in the city center and transportation is available to Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir.You can get the car rental service and minibus hire at Denizli railway Station when you arrive to Denizli.

Airline: The airport is 5 km away from Çardak town and 65 km away from Denizli city center. Turkey car hire agency provide ,Denizli Cardak Airport transfer service,Pamukkale transfer,Karahayit transfer and Denizli City Hotel transfer and car rental Denizli Airport,Rent a Car Denizli Cardak Airport,Denizli Cardak  Airport car hire,minibus rental Denizli Cardak Airport ,Family car rental at Denizli Cardak Airport.