All of Cappadocia by Three Graces Travel
All of Cappadocia programme is for two days. Hereby you can have more satisfying in the tour. While we are discovering the ruins of the old Greek village, you will observe the original village life just like a member of the village family.
Where are we heading during this programme?
Open Air Museum of Goreme; the miraculous and amazing cave monastery complex that located at Cappadocia Touristic Region. This cave monastery complex was built by early Christians in the 11th century to protect their faith and lifestyle within this mystic place. As being notable for historic cave churches, the museum has a very deep and rich history since the 4th century.
Avanos Town; situated on every two sides of Red River (Kızılırmak), Avanos is one of the main tourist centres in the region. This fantastic town is famous for the pottery, silk, wool & carpet weaving, wine cultivation and agriculture. This wonderful place hosting countless civilizations reflects the visitors both natural and human-made masterpieces today.
Love Valley; is a hidden valley with scenic formations to say the least. Despite the resemblance to man hood, these amazing rock formations are far from man-made.
Imagination (Devrent) Valley; also known as Alley/Defile (Devrent) Valley, is famous for its red colour lunar landscape with the best-formed and most thickly clustered different rock formations. The valley has never been inhabited but has many animal-shaped rocks formed by the forces of nature. Some of the most commonly seen shapes include a camel, snake, seals, and a dolphin. If you use your imagination, you can find many others.
Uchisar Castle; is located in Village of Uchisar which is the highest village of the region on between Nevsehir City & Goreme Village. Having a geostrategic position, this magnificent castle was used as an observatory for watching the whole region from the top to prevent enemy attacks.
Underground City of Kaymakli; the widest, enchanting, one of the over 100 most wonderful underground city in Cappadocia Touristic Region. It’s situated on Aksaray province road on southwestern. Miraculously well protected and maintained structure is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
Keslik Monastery; this rock-cut Byzantine complex, 10km south of Mustafapasa, is a labyrinth of a place where hundreds of monks lived. The main 13th-century monastery chapel has blackened frescoes, which friendly site guardian Cabir Coşkuner will host us with his hospitality. Also, we will have the experience of monk living quarters underneath include a refectory and kitchen.
Greek Village (Mustafapasa); is also famous for the beautiful neo-classical facades & the ornately carved stonework of these houses. On some, date or name has been finely written into the decorative stonework in Greek letters; something that still points to the thriving Greek Orthodox community of wealthy merchants who settled in the town in the late 18th & 19th centuries.
Goreme Viewpoint; This place for refreshments and of course a wonderful landscape view where you can watch all around Cappadocia Touristic Region.