Kula is a town and district of Manisa Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. According to the 2000 census, population of the district is 52,986 of which 24,217 live in the town of Kula. The district covers an area of 918 km, and the town lies at an elevation of 665 m . Kuladokya (Peribacaları) - Kula is next to Söğütçay Deresi and is located in Manisa, Turkey. With more than 80 volcanic cones, fairy chimneys, carstic caves, canyons, rock tombs, rock bridges and historical houses, the town of Kula in Turkey's western Manisa province has various geological, geomorphic and natural heritage. In 2013, the Kula Volcanic Geo-park won the right to be among the world's most prestigious geo-parks at the 12th International European Geo-park Conference held in Italy. The Kula Volcanic Geo-park in the western Manisa province is Turkey's first geo-parkwith UNESCO recognition. So that Kula Volcanic Geopark joined UNESCO Global Geopark Network. Also this patent became the first geopark of Turkey, 58th geopark in Europe, and 96th geopark in the world. The crater formed by the eruption of the Kula volcano 15,000 years ago is breathtaking for its volcanic rocks and natural life. Boasting geological and archeological marvels, the park is a haven for researchers and travelers to delve into prehistoric times and natural richness.
Prefered Meeting Point: Bornova Metro Station
Prefered Meeting Time: 11.00
Is suitable for:
The price includes:
On foot, Own car