Kapadokya, Avanos, Nevşehir, Turkey Boutique Hotels



    Cappadocia has geographical names such as Anatolia and Mesopotamia, situated in Mediterrenean foot slope of Taurus Mountains on south, border of Black Sea on north. Created from multiple intersection, Cappadocia is one of the popular area that presents Turkey. In the center of Turkey, located in central Anatolia region, Cappadocia is within borders of Nevşehir. Containing some parts of Aksaray, Kırşehir, Kayseri and Niğde regions, Cappadocia is located within close borders of Kırıkkale, Konya, Ankara and Sivas.


    It's easy to access Turkey's tourism paradise Cappadocia. You can reach Cappadocia using land,air, sea and railway.

    By land:You can reach Cappadocia with your private car as well as with busses travelling there. For those with the private car the best route to Cappadocia will be Bolu-Aksaray-Nevşehir route.

    By air:Kayseri Erkilet Airport is the closest airport to Cappadocia. You can take the busses or taxis transport Cappadocia from there

    By rail:After you reach Kayseri with train, you can reach Cappadocia with vehicles depart from Kayseri Bus Terminal in 45-60 minutes.


    Cappadocia's extraordinary geography shaped form by lavas and ashes touching soft plateaus eroded by natural events such as rain and wind. Cappadocia geography keeps changing by today. Carved houses endemic in Cappadocia into the stone and dovecotes reflect region's unique structure. Dovecotes made in the end of 18. and 19. centuries are rare examples of Islamic painting. Remains dug from Cappadocia which used to be houses back n the day are preserved as historical artifacts.


    You'll have a lively vacation in Cappadocia with dancing colorful baloons in infinite blue sky and wind chimney's unmatched appearance. If your holiday route is Cappadocia there are lots of beautiful and legendary places to see. Start your trip with Göreme, with rocks in its three sides and surrounded by wind chimneys, churches and Göreme streets where essential structures are typical. Visit Göreme Open Air Museum where wind chimneys are common and journey into the pleasure history. Avanos is a must see place and Cappadocia's essential place to visit. You can learn how to make pots and jugs from the masters thousands years of profession and experience something unforgettable. For those who re wondering wind chimneys with hats can climb up to Cappadocia Paşabağ Monks Valley and witness mesmerizing beauty display here. Your next stop after Paşabağ Valley should be Mustafapaşa where favourite Asmalı Mansion TV show casts. You can spend time in cafes and restaurants in Mustafapaşa with chic and little town.You can see miraculous places in Uçhisar and Ortahisar and marvelous castles built in here trail the ancient civilizations resided here. Ihlara Valley comes first among the places you're gonna be impress in your Cappadocia trip. Between the borders of Aksaray, Ihlara Valley is world's second big canyon. You can have a walk and sightsee monasteries accompanied by relaxing atmosphere of Melendiz brook in Ihlara valley charming with its talisman. Don't return until you have feast in one of the restaurants here famous for its salmon. While you're in Cappadocia you should definitely see underground cities built here. Connected with tunnels and passages biggest underground city Derinkuyu Underground City has 4000 years old history built with 12 floors. Ürgüp is more colorful and crowded compared to other regions of Cappadocia.You can't resist Turkish coffee cooked on sand in coffees shops with breathtaking landscape here in Ürgüp at Temenni Hills. Hot Baloon ride is the most essential in your Cappadocia rituals where you feel adrenaline, excitement and joy deep in yourself. Never return home without having air baloon rideand viewving the peerless Cappadocia.


    Make sure you taste Cappadocia's local tastes such as kebap cooked in a sealed clay pot known as "testi kebabi" , etli ekmek, dıvıl, soup with milk, gendirme, ağpakla, nohutlu yahni, stuffed quince and wedding soup. You can find delicacies from Turkish kitchen as well as restaurants in Cappadocia and coffees.


    Make sure you brought back something to your loved ones while you're in a touristic area such as Cappadocia known by local and overseas. It wouldn't be a finer gift than pots, jugs and crocks. You can find stylish souvenirs made out of ceramic in stores at Avanos. You can purchase delicious grapes from Cappadocia where viticulture is common and popular. Grape, mulberry and cherry vine are among the things you can purchase from Cappadocia. You can gift carpets and rugs fabricated in Göreme. Bazaars in Avanos, Ürgüp, Göreme and Ortahisar sell accesories, antique souvenirs and jewellery that you can gift them to your loved ones.