Cappadocia sevärdheter



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It’s one of the strangest landscapes you’ll ever see: the cliffs and valleys and fairy chimneys of Göreme National Park in Cappadocia. Wind and water ...  Mer information

Fairy Chimneys

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The “fairy chimneys” of Cappadocia make up the surreal landscape of unique rock formations and valleys of this area of Turkey. They were formed centuries ago ...  Mer information


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Famous for the castle-like rock formation looming 90 meters high above the town, Ortahisar, or Middle Castle, is, well, right in the middle of the Cappadocian ...  Mer information

Rose Valley

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Made up of a number of smaller valleys, Rose Valley is famous for its otherworldly rock formations and world-class hiking opportunities. The valley trails ...  Mer information

Goreme Open Air Museum

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One of Cappadocia’s most famous sites is the Göreme Open Air Museum, a ring shaped collection of churches cut into the soft volcanic cliffs. In the 4th ...  Mer information

Pigeon Valley (Guvercinlik)

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Pigeon Valley, just outside Göreme in Cappadocia, is one of Turkey’s most beautiful landscapes. The unique rock formations known as fairy chimneys, or ...  Mer information


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The small town of Avanos in Cappadocia is famous for its distinctive red earthenware pottery, which has shaped its reputation since the days of the Hittities ...  Mer information

Imagination Valley (Devrent Valley)

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This is a place to let your mind run free in a seemingly lunar landscape with rock formations that look like animals. The Devrent Valley, also known as ...  Mer information

Kaymakli Underground City

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Kaymaklı is a city dug deep into the soft volcanic rock in the Cappadocia region. There are around 100 underground cities in the area although only a few are ...  Mer information

Derinkuyu Underground City

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Of the 100 underground cities in Cappadocia, Derinkuyu is the deepest at 280 ft (85m) below the surface. The city has been open to the public since 1965 but ...  Mer information

Ihlara Valley

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Cappadocia’s Grand Canyon, the 328 ft (100 m) deep Ihlara Valley was formed by the Melendiz River thousands of years ago. Around 4,000 people lived in the ...  Mer information


The quiet Cappadocian village of Cavusin is famous for three things: beautiful churches, abandoned rock houses, and great hiking opportunities. The village is ...  Mer information

Pasabag (Monk's Valley)

The area of Pasabag in Cappadocia is famous for its perfect fairy chimneys, sculpted from ancient lava, ash, and basalt. They jut up all over the place, even ...  Mer information


Ürgüp in Cappadocia is famous for its hotels built into the soft volcanic ash rock tufa. Together with the nearby town of Göreme, it is the ...  Mer information

Özkonak Underground City

Smaller than Cappadocia’s other subterranean cities like Kaymakli and Derinkuyu, Ozkonak Underground City is also much less crowded. On the northern slopes of ...  Mer information