Sandıklı is a town in the western reaches of Central Anatolia.
Sandıklı has a train station across the highway from the town. But there have been no passenger trains servicing Sandıklı since the suspension of Pamukkale Express, which used to provide a connection on its route between Istanbul and Denizli, in 2008.
Sandıklı lies right on the highway D650, which is for the most part upgraded to motorway standards, and connecting Istanbul with the major resort city of Antalya on the Mediterranean via Afyon to the north of Sandıklı, and Burdur to the south.
Getting a lift from Burdur in the south is not very hard.
Sandıklı consists of the twisting alleys of the older uphill part of the town, and the adjacent newer part along the wide avenue leading to the highway skirting the town to west, with the not-so-big central square between these two parts. Walking from highway to the square takes about 20–25 minutes.
- Hisar Kalesi (the Castle) (very close to the town centre (çarşı)). The castle hosts a cafe that is open till midnight during summers.
- Hüdai Kaplıcaları. Is a hot spring run by the town council offering mud baths and various other treatments.
There are a number of banks along the edges of town square, with ATMs available on their walls facing the square.
Sandıklı lies within the area code (+90) 272.
- Akdağ National Park (Akdağ Milli Parkı)