Alanya Turkish Bath is a relaxing and authentic experience of traditional bathing rituals with sauna, scrubbing, foam and oil massages.
One of the most unusual and unforgettable experiences to have in Turkey is the Turkish bath experience (Hammam).
Alanya hammam offers a complete relaxation to its visitors. Steam room softens your skin, scrubbing removes the dead body cells, foam massage helps your skin to breathe, and oil massage relaxes the muscles.
With all the massages, hotel transfers, bathrobes, slippers, and towels are also included in the price. If you enjoy the experience, you can stay longer and purchase other types of massage.
Taking a Turkish Bath at the start of your holiday is a great way to achieve a prolonged tan. It will help you wash away all the stress of daily life you left behind and prepares your skin for the sun.
Turkish Bath is an experience not only of the body but of the mind too. You will leave the hammam like you are walking on air, completely relaxed.
Families with children can enjoy the experience together. Please note that oil massage is not applied to children under six.
|📅 Tour Days:||Every day|
|⏱️ Between:||Anytime in the day|
|✔️ Includes:||Hotel transfer, slippers, soap, towels|
|📌 Highlights:||Sauna, scrubbing, foam and oil massages|
In 2024, Turkish Bath in Alanya costs €25 per adult. Children between 6 to 11 years old are 10 € and children under six years old are free of charge.
You will be picked up from your hotel or apartment at your chosen time and transferred to the Turkish bath in Alanya.
In the hammam, you will be greeted and given a key, a robe, a towel, and slippers. The key is for your private locker, where you can store your clothing and personal items.
Once you have changed, it’s time to go to the steam room. Sauna is the first part of your Turkish Bath. You will spend approximately 15 minutes in here while the pores of your body open.
As you sweat, all toxins accumulated in your skin are brought to the surface, leaving your skin glowing and ready for scrubbing.
At the end of your sauna, you will go to the centre or ‘belly stone’ of the Hamam. The belly stone is a smooth marble table where you begin the next stage.
After sweating in the sauna, you will spend another 15 minutes in the steam room and 10 to 15 minutes in the salt room. These procedures will prepare your skin to the next stage – scrubbing.
When it is your time, you will be gently escorted to the slab and take the position for the scrub. Each person is issued a fresh, clean scrub mitt.
Your masseuse will start the scrubbing and remove the dead skin from you, from head to toe. It is one of the most exhilarating feelings as the dead layers of skin are rinsed away, and your skin is left tingling.
After the dead skin cells are gone, your masseuse will prepare the equipment for the foam massage, which cleans your skin.
With what appears to be an oversized pillowcase, the soap produces an amazingly light foam which is then massaged into your body. This process is good for your skin and benefits your cardiovascular system.
After the foam massage, you will go to the waiting area, where you can enjoy a cold drink. Next is oil massage. A full-body massage with different oils applies to your body, lasting approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
After the oil massage, you will be escorted to the changing and locker rooms to dress. Then when you are ready, you will return to the reception area, where your transport will wait to drop you back at your hotel.
With everything the Hamam offers, This experience would be the most relaxing two hours of your life. Hammam in Alanya is open every day throughout the year, and you can book your experience between 09:00 and 20:00.
The cost of Hamam in Alanya in 2024 is 25 EUR per adult in 2024. Children between 6 – 11 years old are 10 EUR, and infants are free of charge.
We recommend having a Turkish Bath at the start of your holiday. Your newly cleansed skin surface will tan easier and for longer, approximately two weeks longer, before the new skin cells begin to exfoliate naturally.
The ticket price for the Turkish bath includes the sauna, scrubbing, steam room, salt room, foam and oil massage with slippers, soap, towels, tea and coffee.
If you have/are:
We advise you to avoid visiting the Turkish bath.
You should wear your swimwear for modesty and comfort.
There are seats and taps with marble basins around the hammam. Cold water taps are there for your comfort and to cool you down from the heat of the hammam.
Do bring some money with you. There may be optional extras that you wish to purchase. For example, the aromatic Hamam soaps are often on sale in the reception area if you want to replicate this incredible experience as best you can at home.
Other services, such as face masks, salt scrubs or different types of massage, such as sports massage, are offered, and they are extra.