Turkish need no introduction to pampering themselves. Spend an afternoon in a hamam (Turkish bath House )and you will soon see why. The well-being industry has therefore found a natural home in Turkey, and opportunities for yoga, health retreats and the like are blossoming over the country. İf you are a yoga devotee bring your mat. There are innumerable perfect spots to asana in the countryside, and many towns have classes you can join for a few hours such as in Antalya.
Kabak is a remote beach community firmly devoted to well-being, with relaxed accommodation offerings, yoga courses and even a spring-water swimming pool.
The Sultaniye Hot Springs and Mud Baths, close to Dalyan, along the western Mediterranean, is an excellent stopover for a mud bath rich in mineral salts said to aid skin complaints and rheumatism. A similar spa complex with even an open-air pool is Kursunlu Banyo in Termal. Asthma sufferers might want to head to the two caves near Alanya - apparently if you inhale the air inside the caves you will be cured.