Cardak is a town and a district of Denizli Province of Turkey. It is situated on the road from Denizli to Ankara near the banks of the Lake Acigol. Denizli's airport is in Cardak. An extremely striking sight in the town is the caravanserai of Hanabad, worked in the 13th century by the nearby ruler Eseduddin Ayaz amid the rule of Seljuk sultan Alaeddin Keykubad I. It bears run of the mill attributes of Seljuk caravanserais and on its stones are cut fish, dairy animals and human relics.
A little town until the early long periods of the Turkish Republic, Cardak began developing starting at 1958 when it was made into a region. Avenues and structures are very much organized and it is a clean little town. The economy depends on horticulture, and surface mining of sodium sulfate holds in Lake Acigol whose name signifies "the severe lake". Administrations rendered to the airplane terminal are additionally taking an undeniably essential offer in the town's economy. Hanabad Caravanserai is being re-established.