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Cappadocia

Göreme which have the old names of Korama, Matiana and Maccan is 10 km far away from the center of Nevsehir province. located among the “fairy chimney” rock formations, is a town in CappadociaThe valley created from volcanic rocks is famous with the chimney rocks resulting from the erosion made by the natural factors to these rocks and with the historical richness. It has been an important religious place together with the intensive emigration of the first Christians escaping from the pressure of the Roman soldiers.

You will see it’s magnificient Valley Scenery Views of Swords Valley, Love Valley, Red Valley. Take great pictures and share with millions. The formation of fairy chimneys continues, clearly as in Red Valley Mountain and Zelve Mountain.

Now visit the Göreme Open Air Museum where you can see several churches built into caves by Christians between the 10th and 13th centuries. In the museum you have a chance to visit several different churches and chapels: Saklı Church, Kılışlar Churh, St Basil Church, Yılanlı (Onuphrius) Church, St Catherine’s Chapel and Çarıklı (Sandal) Church and the monks’ refectory, tombs, cellars andlarders.

Start this fantastic tour visiting the Pigeon Valley, that has become quite popular with hikers. It is known by many names (Valley of the Pigeon Lofts, Dovecote Valley, Pigeon Valley) but they all refer to the thousands of pigeon houses that have been carved into the soft tufa since ancient times. You can admire the multicoloured rock formations of the famous Pigeon Valley, and Uchisar’s picturesque fairy chimneys. Take great pictures and enjoy.

CAPPADOCİA Love Valley is a real place just outside of the city GÖREME in Turkey ‘s Cappadocia region. Standing erect between the Goreme open air museum and the town of Goreme, one finds this valley of the Super-sized Slongs. If you ‘ve got a good sense of humor and some hiking boots, you too can rummage through the underpants of this Turkish countryside. The site is free (a rarity in Turkey) and is definitely worth a peak. We all know that blue sky make for the most optimal photo, take it in stride if you have a hard gray day and stiff winds.

If you want to see a unique geological site, then this is certainly it no run of the mill vague shapes here. These structures mean business. And they weren’t made by Mother Nature having a funny five minutes these strange pinnacles are in fact eroded volcanic ash. You need to be pretty healthy to take all of this is as generally people will go for hikes around the valley rather than driving. If you are really not inclined to healthy walking then you are able at some expense to hire a hot air balloon and see the whole site from the skies.

The landscape seems foreign alien almost. You could almost expect Captain James T round a corner followed by a reptilian adversary. One can only imagine Kirk’s knowing reaction to the shapes of these rock formations. Although the landscape looks inhospitable in the extreme the soil is mineral rich. This makes it an ideal place for growing fruit and vegetables which means the whole area of Kapadokya meets a lot of Turkey’s agricultural needs. Turkish wine is on the rise in terms of reputation and Kapadokya has many vineyards and wineries quite a surprise in a Muslim nation.

in Paşabağ where you can see mushroom-like fairy-chimneys with multiple caps and stems situated in the middle of a vineyard. Then walk through Pasabaglar, used to be known as Valley of Monks. Göreme which have the old names of Korama, Matiana and Maccan is 10 km far away from the center of Nevsehir province. located among the “fairy chimney” rock formations, is a town in CappadociaThe valley created from volcanic rocks is famous with the chimney rocks resulting from the erosion made by the natural factors to these rocks and with the historical richness. It has been an important religious place together with the intensive emigration of the first Christians escaping from the pressure of the Roman soldiers. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel.

Duration: Eight hours.

Start/opening time:At 9am-9.30am.