These are the remains of a medical hospital, and if you know (or hear via guide) how they treated people at the facility, the ruins are very interesting. There is a column street leading to the ruins, which is hailed as the longest columned street in Turkey - I personally thought it was just ok. But once you get to the main ruins, you can see where the patients stayed, the tunnel where they walked to receive treatment, and a nice amphitheater. I think this attraction is kind of off the beaten track - most tour groups probably go across the street, where they are some other ruins accessible via cable car that look more attractive. I did not visit those, so I can't comment on them; however, I can say that it was nice to visit a place with no crowds and to have time and space to properly explore the ruins.
The bathrooms are outside in the parking lot near a vendor area - they were decent and free. There are no facilities inside the ruins.
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