Highlights of Cappadocia

Cappadocia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey as there are many sites with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. Almost 1.5 million people visit our fairy land every year. We are very proud to share our culture and tradition with our guests driving to the most significant places which are considered as must see before death  by travel editors.

Our rides are designed to cover the most famous sights of Cappadocia, making sure our guests get a taste of evocative lunar landscape with its bizarre rock formations, enigmatic fairy chimneys, extensive cave dwellings and its rich culture.

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Love Valley

Love Valley

Ozkonak Undergroud City

Ozkonak Undergroud City

Avanos

Avanos

Pottery Kebab

Pottery Kebab

Pasabagi Valley

Pasabagi Valley

Devrent Valley

Devrent Valley

Goreme Open Air Museum

Goreme Open Air Museum

Love Valley

Admission Fee : 15 TRY per car

It may look like a practical joke, but these suggestive columns are, in fact, natural rock formations in Cappadocia. Locals have proudly dubbed the area “Love Valley”. There are hundreds of these phallic-shaped rocks, created over millions of years by wind erosion. Some have even been hewn out to create homes. Love Valley is just one of the many treats in store in Cappadocia, a fascinating corner of it.

Ozkonak Underground City is located northeast of the town of Avanos and is definitely worth a visit if you want to explore underground cities in depth. The city was discovered in 1972 and it differs from other in that, there were holes in ceilings above the doors which enabled the citizens to pour hot oil on any unwelcome visitors.

Ozkonak Underground City

Admission Fee : 30 TRY P.P

Avanos, a pottery making and rug weaving town in Cappadocia, is located on the banks of the longest river of Turkey, the Red River.Kizilirmak, meaning the Red River in Turkish, is 1,355 km long and is the longest river of Turkey which rises and ends within the country. The river is born from Kizildag mountains in the northeast of Central Anatolia, passes from Cappadocia, reaching the Black Sea at Bafra.

Avanos

Admission Fee : NO

Pottery Kebab

Pottery kebab  is a specialty of Cappadocia. Locals call it a kebab, but everything with meat here seems to be a kebab. We are not sure that, this counts as a kebab, but it doesn’t matter because it is delicious! It is basically a slow cooked meat and vegetable stew. You can have the best specialities of Cappadocia at Tafana Restaurant.

Pasabagi Valley

Admission Fee : 25 TRY P.P

The name of the valley means: the Pacha's vineyard. Pacha means a military rank (General) and bag means 'vineyard'. Also known as Monks' Valley as a chapel dedicated to St. Simeon and a hermit's shelter is built into a fairy chimney with multiple heads. Paşabağ Valley contains some of the most interesting fairy chimneys in Cappadocia with twin and triple rock caps. 

The Devrent Valley, also known as Imagination Valley, has none of the cave churches, Byzantine murals or Roman citadel ruins that are famous throughout the rest of Cappadocia; but what it does have is an extraordinary landscape shaped by nature to make you laugh and wonder and explore.

Devrent Valley

Admission Fee : NO

Göreme Open Air Museum is a monastic complex composed of churches, refectories, and dwellings, and one of the earliest centers for religious education.There are at least 100 churches and chapels in the museum area dating between A.D. 900 and 1200, each one named (after a prominent attribute) by the local villagers who were exploring these caves long before there was an entrance fee. 

Goreme Open-air Museum

Admission Fee : 100 TRY P.P