We will pick you up from your hotel at 9:30 am and begin with a visit to Ortahisar, an unspoiled small town around a historic rock castle.
Then we drive south to Mustafapaşa, formerly known as Sinasos. Its history as a Greek village is evident from the charming house architecture and several gorgeously decorated old churches.
Our road takes us through Şahinefendi to the Roman ruins of Sobesos. Here we find a rare late-Roman period site featuring a classic bath house and a colourful stone mosaic floor. Sobesos is a relatively recent and accidental discovery, a good example of the archaeological treasures still hidden in Cappadocia.
The beautiful Soğanlı Valley is our next stop for a gentle hike through gardens and orchards, visiting famous cave churches and enjoying lunch in the village.
After lunch you will go underground at Kaymaklı, the most extensive of Cappadocia's underground cities. These are amazing places, built as refuges for thousands of people. You'll see churches, kitchens, stables and even a copper refinery.
The final stop of the day is a panoramic photostop above the beautiful Pigeon Valley (Güvercinlik) wıth an optional visit to the nearby onyx studio to see some modern craftsmen at work.
After this interesting day, we'll return you to your hotel at around 4:30pm
Group size: Maximum: 18 people. Minimum: 2 people.