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Sailing Turkey? Do Not Miss a Turkish Bath

By MedSailors Crew
on  December 19, 2015

A visit to Turkey provides plenty of diversions for even the most experienced of tourists, and top of every holiday-maker’s list should be a traditional Turkish bath.

Turkish sailing activities - Travelling the seas
In addition to being a great way to soak up the culture whilst enjoying a sailing Turkey holiday, a traditional bath has plenty of health benefits too.

If you suffer from even the slightest aches and pains, a Turkish bath can be the perfect way to make you feel better. One of the primary aims of this most popular of relaxing pastimes is to improve the circulation of blood around the body. This means that oxygen is carried more quickly to the parts of the body that need it, and any aches and pains are relieved whilst in the Turkish bath.

Furthermore, a Turkish bath can help revive the senses when you have over-indulged during your holiday. The effects of a bath can help balance out the toxins present in all those things most tempting when away on vacation; and although this can’t guarantee a hangover-free holiday, it can go some way to making the morning after the night before more bearable.

Lastly, a Turkish bath can be really good for the skin. The effects of the bath can open the pores and cleanse any impurities, meaning that you are left with glowing skin – perfect for nights on the town and days on the beach during your sailing holiday.

Sailing Turkey - Night at the harbour

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