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Goreme, Turkey

Goreme, Turkey

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Göreme National Park is one of the most beautiful naturally formed sights, located in the Nevsehir Province in Central Anatolia, Turkey. Two of the inactive volcanoes surrounding the region used to be active in earlier geological periods and with the eruption of the volcanoes the whole region was covered with tufa. Over the centuries with the rain and the wind several fairy chimneys, caves and rock formations were formed.

Göreme National Park is composed of caves that have 12 churches, a dining room and a kitchen. It is a religious site used by Roman Christians in order to hide themselves. In fact some say that the word Goreme derived from Turkish word gorme which means "don't see". It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.





  • Kelebek Cave Hotel - a three star hotel, with prices ranging between €55 to €160, depending on the room. The hotel is right in the middle of the village, and is very unique, with all of the rooms being carved into the fairy chimneys or caves. The hotel has a lovely terrace restaurant, which is fantastic for breakfast on a summer's morning, and it has a sauna and a pool.


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