Yalova hot springs

The Yalova hot springs are located to the south of the Sea of Marmara, 13km southwest of the provincial center of Yalova in a wonderfully green setting.

The Yalova hot springs have a natural water outlet, flowing at a rate of 15 liters per second.

Yalova hot springs have a composition of sodium chloride, calcium sulfate and fluoride. With a temperature of 60-65°C a pH of 7,8 and 1,435 mg/l total mineral content, the waters are suitable for both bathing and drinking. Yalova hot springs are known for their therapeutic qualites, especially for rheumatic diseases, digestive maladies, neurological and urological disorderds and metebolic problems.

The Armutlu hot spring is 4km northeast of Yalova. The water is 57-73°C with a pH of 6.2 to 6.5lt flows at a rate of 10lit/sec.


Yalova spa has both indoor and outdoor pools and baths, and offers massage, underwater massage and drinking cures. With a treatment capacity of nearly 2000 people per day, the spa includes a first-class restaurant, a cafe, a very attractive park and forest