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Monastery valley

 The Monastery Valley located in downtown  Guzelyurt, is a 5.5 km long valley featuring rock carved churches, chapels and underground cities.  The traces of early monastery life can be observed in Monastery Valley.  The theologian from Nenezi, St. Gregorious Theologos, chose Guzelyurt as his base in the 4th century and worked to spread Christianity in […]

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St. Mercurius underground city and church

The second underground city in Saratlı Village, St. Mercirius Underground City and Church have peculiar features. While the site was frequently used around 250. A.D. when Christianity was forbidden, its use in that period was mostly for shelter. St. Mercurius was a military officer who lived between 225 – 250 A.D. He was born in […]

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Narlıgöl

Heart of Cappadocia. The temperature of the waters springing from the drilling well on the lake shore reaches 65 degrees Celcius and the water has healing qualities for many health conditions. Narlıgöl is extremely rich in calcium, sodium and bicarbonate content. The springs here are used in the treatment of various illnesses. A bath in […]

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Pigeon valley

On the east of Uchisar, Pigeon (Guvercinlik) Valley is the largest and highest valley in Uchisar area. One side of the valley reaches the highway between Nevsehir and Urgup, and the other side reaches Goreme. Stream bed at the last point of the valley continues to Avanos and the Red River. Total lenght of the […]

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Saratlı kırkgöz underground city

The recently popular Saratli Kirkgoz Underground city is 50 km away from Nevşehir and only 22 km from Aksaray. Three layers of Saratli Kirkgoz Underground City was cleared and opened for visitors in 2001. In addition to toilets, bathrooms, storage rooms and a total of 40 rooms, unlike the other underground cities in Cappadocia, the […]

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Cankiri province

Çankırı is located in the north of Central Anatolia, between the Kızılırmak (Red river) and Western Black sea basins. Surrounded by Ankara and Kırıkkale to the south, Bolu to the west, Kastamonu and Karabük to the north and Çorum to the east, the city encompasses an area of 7490 square kilometres. With its forests, plateaus, […]

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Karlik Evi Hotel

Karlik Evi is a boutique hotel, situated in a place with the most beautiful panoramic view of Cappadocia, it has Yoga and Meditation Salon , Art and Craft Centre, a small farm and a wide field where Ecological agriculture takes place. It has also an 80-person Meeting Hall, 20 seperate rooms which change from 45 […]

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Turbel hotel

Turbel Motel, located in Cavusin village enjoying aprime position with great views of the surrounding area and the old cavusin village, has been converted from a local farm house into a nice hotel. The panoramic view of its restaurant extends on theancient village troglodyte and towards the other villages of Cappadoce (Avanos, Göreme, Uchisar). The […]

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Yıldız cave hotel

Since 1989 Yildiz Hotel receved is guests without any pretention in a typical Turkish house surrounding by a lovely garden ( 2000 m2 )where the breakfast is provided. There is 19 strandart rooms, 3 suit rooms ( all with private bath room) 1 indoor restourant with a fire place. You will always be wellcomed in […]

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Assian Cave Hotel

Assiana House is a cave hotel located in the old part of Urgup (Esbelli area), and has 5 rooms with bathrooms and beautiful authentic decoration. This family run small hotel of Cappadocia makes your stay a memorable and unforgettable one. Assiana Cave Hotel