The cave which was formed as a result of the collapse of the ceiling due to a large underground creek is located 5 meters below the soil. It is also called small Pamukkale because the travertines in it resemble the travertines in Pamukkale. Sulfurous water dripping from the walls of the cave is believed to be good for skin diseases. There are illuminated trails and waterfalls to the north of the cave.
The cave is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and has a length of 190 meters and a depth of 14 meters at some points and a height ranging from 2 to 5 meters. The cave can be visited between 08:00 and 20:00. There are cafeterias and observation terraces near the cave for relaxation. Located within the borders of Honaz district, Kaklik Cave is 45 km to Pamukkale 30 km to Denizli. It is very easy to go to the cave with private car as well as minibuses departing from Denizli.
Address: Kaklik Cave Haydar Baba Street 20240 Honaz