Wellness Centre

Embrace the spirit and culture of North Cyprus in our relaxing Hamam. Regarded for a thousand years as an effective way to relax, detox and refresh, the Karpaz Gate Marina Hotel’s traditional bathhouse allows guests to enjoy an authentic experience in a clean, modern setting.

What is a Turkish bath?

Traditionally known as a place of public bathing associated with the culture of the Ottoman Empire, the Turkish Bath or Hamam focuses on water to create a relaxing, steamy atmosphere to cleanse the body and eliminate toxins.

Bathers often relax in a warm room before moving to a hotter room before splashing themselves with cold water. A full body wash and massage follows before a final period of refreshment in a cooling room. 

Benefits are said to include improved blood circulation and digestion, relief of muscle pain and reduction in stress levels, plus the treatment is also recommended for some skin conditions and to alleviate respiratory problems.

Details & Facilities 

Single and Double
Treatment Rooms

Manicure and Pedicure

Steam and Dry Saunas

Traditional Hamam

Relaxation Area

The Treatments 

Classic Massage

A muscle-relaxing and stress-relieving massage, incorporation both soft and strong techniques.
The aim is to relax the tissues by massaging them with our biotone aromatic massage oil.

55 / 80 min.

Deep Tissue Massage

A deep tissue massage using firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle.
It is used for chronic aches and pain, easing areas such as a stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness and sore shoulders.
The pressure and strength of movements will be according to your preference. 

55 / 80 min.

Turkish Spa Body Ritual

Inspired by traditional Mediterranean and Eastern bathing culture, this cleansing, purifying and nourishing body rituals encourages a sense of well-being and vitality.

40 / 55 / 70 / 100 min.

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Anna Tyc offers intensive vinyasa practice with chanting mantra pranayama meditation and hands on assist.

She is 800h. certified Ashtanga Vinyasa teacher with 300h. of mentorships, which she completed in India and Germany.

For Anna yoga is a spiritual and energetical practice, a journey to selfdiscovery and she aims to share her passion to yoga life style, and make yoga accessible to everyone.

Anna is grateful to all incredible teachers who inspired her path: BNS Iyanger

Mandala Mysore, Gregor Maehle, Monica Gauci ,Richard Freeman, Netta Barnea.


Anna Tyc was born in Warsaw Poland and raised in Berlin Germany, where

she started her journey as a yoga student and teacher.
She is co-founder of High On Yoga Berlin studio, where she is still sharing her practice with Berlin community.
In 2018 Anna relocated to Tel Aviv, Israel where she continues her path as a yoga teacher and student.



Practicing the work of mat is a challenging combination between the movement of Dance, the depth and power of Yoga and the wisdom of the Pilates.

After many years of teaching a diverse range of methods and exploring the world of body and movement, Reut Brandes is revealing a new and expanded repertoire of the body movement.

The Art of mat © introduces us to the tools that will help us understand the complex meaning of the movement, focusing on specific details which allow us to control and improve our abilities.

The goal is to internalize and combine physical sensations that lead to implement the body and soul wisdom.

Reut Brandes is a mat and equipment pilates and Yoga instructor. Graduated with a bachelor’s degree (Hons BA) in dance and movement from the London Contemporary Dance school. Studied and trained with first class teachers in Europe: Alan Herdman studio, Pilates Off the Square, Belsize Studio.

She has extensive experience working with different populations and in recent years has been guiding rehabilitation and movement teams in New York.

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