Cappadocia Hiking Tour

Before we talked about the Cappadocia Hiking Tour; We learn new things about Cappadocia every day. In addition to what we know, there are so many features the path is not just a dirt road. First of all, it is a huge bridge built between the past and the present. This huge bridge is also a magical world that will bring you together with our history. Cappadocia’s Hiking path is a source of energy, motivation, and peace. You will look at life from a different perspective full of energy. You will also have the chance to see interesting places. Cappadocia hiking Tour Trail is that thin border between looking and seeing. In short, it is much more than the act of going from one place to another.

For this trip, you need an outfit that will not sweat and a pair of shoes that you can walk comfortably. If you have these, you are ready for the Cappadocia walks. Walking is the easiest sport to do. On the one hand, you will do sports and explore the environment. On the other hand, you will get away from city life, meet nature and satisfy your longing.

Cappadocia Hiking Tour Trails

You are on the hiking trails of Cappadocia. Take a moment, feel…

Just listen to the sound of nature…

Nature offers us a life with all its generosity. A gust of wind is blowing. It’s beautiful, warm, sweet, a breeze. The leaves of the trees gently touch each other. Hear the sounds these leaves make by touching each other. Colorful birds dance with this sound. Let the birds dance. Let’s take a quick look at our Cappadocia Hike routes.

Cappadocia Hike Tour Routes

You will visit nature step by step with the Cappadocia hike routes. You will both get fresh air and discover magnificent beauties. An eye-catching nature view will surprise you. You will encounter many things on the Cappadocia hiking path. Extraordinary valleys, mysterious caves, underground cities, bunkers, secret tunnels, churches, rock-hewn houses. You will be lost in such a historical depth. Your body, mind, and soul will be relieved of stress.

We will pick you up at our meeting point with our transfer vehicle at nine in the morning. Among the Cappadocia walks, we will first visit the Gomeda Valley. Then we will visit Mustafapasa village in Urgup. We will have our lunch in Mustafapasa Village. After drinking our tea, we will go to Zemi Valley. After the Cappadocia hiking path is completed, we will drop you off at your hotel with our vehicle. Please contact us for Cappadocia hiking tour prices.

Cappadocia hiking routes:

  • Gomeda valley
  • Mustafapasa
  • Zemi valley

 Cappadocia Hikes- Gomeda Valley

One of the activities to be done in Cappadocia is the Cappadocia hiking tour. We are in the Gomeda Valley in the Mustafapasa village of Nevsehir’s Urgup district.

The Cappadocia hiking trail starts with the Gomeda Valley. We are in the Gomeda Valley. A creek flows by the side of the road. A lively stream. It is so alive that it will almost turn green if a dry bark from a tree falls into it. This creek is like the elixir of immortality. It gives life to thousands of kinds of flowers and greenery around it. This brook will give us living along the hiking trails of Cappadocia. Let’s make our first historical monument visit.

 Alakara Church

We continue our tour of Cappadocia hiking trails. By the way, we see a stone sign at the entrance of Gomeda Valley. On this stone sign, the holy cross Alakara Church is written. Unfortunately, the Alakara church suffered a lot of damage. On the other hand, it is gratifying that it has not been destroyed. It continues to exist. There are graves of children, adults, and saints inside.

Paintings made with metallic paints dissolved in lime water on a wet wall, which we call fresco in the history of art, catch our eye. There are depictions of saints on the arches and columns. The interior decorations of the building have been damaged in places. Therefore, the pictures and figures are not fully understood. However, it is seen that red and black colors were used while creating these figures.

There is one of the apses in the Alakara Church, which has similar features to the structure we call the mihrab found in the places of worship of Islamic civilizations. On this apse are the images of the holy Jesus, his 12 apostles, and red angel wings partially visible.

 St. Basilios Church

We are on the Cappadocia hiking routes. We continue our sightseeing tour of Gomeda Valley in Nevsehir Urgup.

St. Basilios Church is located very close to Alakara Church. However, it is not on a flat surface. For this reason, we have to climb up through some rocks. We enter through an iron-barred door. Stairsteps carved out of thin and narrow rock appear before us. Right in front of us, we see three arched columns. And behind it is the apse area. The whole church has two apses. We notice that a small part of the right side of one of the apses has been destroyed. Later, stone pillars were supported under it.

The frescoes on the ceiling are quite prominent. Yellow, red, and green colors are used extensively. It is decorated with various geometric motifs and a large cross pattern is embroidered. The other apse received a lot of moisture from the back. Unlike the first apse, the engravings here are not very clear. On the other hand, the reliefs embroidered in red draw attention. After all, it is one of the must-see places.

 Cappadocia hiking path

After our church visits on the Cappadocia hiking path, we take lots of photos on the Gomeda viewing terraces. Many legends have been written about the Gomeda Valley. They even call it the jinn valley. A thriller-fantasy movie shot in Turkey is named after this valley. Although Gomeda is located in the Cappadocia region, it is an unpopular valley. I wonder why? Have the fairies invaded this valley? Gomeda valley is mysterious and magical for some. For some, it is terrifying and majestic. In our opinion, this noble beauty is created by basting the dismantled pieces on brand new weavings. This must be what they call mother nature. In other words, other formations of the Gomeda Valley are like a nursing mother in her bosom.

Cappadocia hiking routes We are in the Gomeda valley. There are structures called Guvercinlik. This large rock formation has cavities cut into the structures. And perches were made in these cavities. These cavities with the appearance of small windows were made to obtain pigeon manure. Pigeon manure is used in agriculture. We also take pictures of these magnificent works of art.

Cappadocia walks continue. We tour the Gomeda Valley. A creek flows by the side of the road. A lively stream. It is so alive that it will almost turn green if a dry bark from a tree falls into it. This creek is like a magic potion. It gives life to thousands of kinds of flowers and greenery around it. We are moving to Mustafapasa village to add a little more vitality to our liveliness.

 Mustafapasa Village

We are doing Cappadocia walks. We are in Mustafapasa village of Urgup district of Nevsehir province. Mustafapasa is one of the most untouched and natural villages of Cappadocia. This village was called Sinasos in ancient times. Urgup Mustafapasa village, which draws attention with its many historical buildings and houses, where stonemasonry turns into artistic architecture, is one of the places that must be visited.

It was chosen as the best tourism village by the United Nations World Tourism Organization in 2021. Mustafapasa deserved this choice with its extraordinary beauties, valleys, bridges, and stone mansions. It is the best tourist village suitable for visiting.

Also, let’s talk about the must-see places. Mehmet Sakirpasa Madrasa, St. Nicholas Monastery, Constantine Helena Church, St. Vasilios Church, St. Basel chapel, Saint Gregorios Church, Cappadocia Art History Museum, Marasoglu Bridge, and many more places can be visited. For example, the Asmalı Konak TV series was shot in Mustafapasa village. You can also visit this mansion and add it to your Cappadocia hiking routes.

You can take lots of photos in Mustafa Pasha Village. Also you can buy your souvenirs here. You can chat with the locals of this village and listen to legendary stories. You can also taste the delicious local cuisine.

 Cappadocia Walks Zemi Valley

Zemi Valley is next on the Cappadocia hiking routes. Zemi Valley is one of the longest valleys of Cappadocia. Many parts of the Zemi Valley look as if huge hard cotton were lined and randomly laid on the ground. From afar, it looks like a white but messy cover. Some rocks resemble large overlapping white leaves. We will come across interesting-looking fairy chimneys and many pigeon houses along the hiking path in Cappadocia.

Located in the direction of the Cappadocia hiking trail, this valley takes its name from the Zemi Stream passing through it. This stream is the life source of the region. Because all kinds of natural and wild greenery are fed from the stream. On the Cappadocia hiking path, some paths run along this stream. There are many roads up and down hills and ups and downs. While descending into the valley, one should walk carefully at the landing points, which are considered quite steep. If you feel tired, you can wet your feet in the ice-cold water of the stream and take short breaks.

Zemi Valley Trenkking Paths

There are plenty of fruit trees in Zemi Valley along with the Cappadocia hiking path. According to the season, apple, quince, mulberry, cherry, pear, cherry, apricot variety is available. If you come across it, you can taste these completely organic fruits. In addition, potable water resources in Zemi Valley are also interesting. These mineral spring waters, which visitors are especially curious about, are very beneficial for health. Therefore, you can drink it for healing.

The valley contains many mysterious caves and also tunnels. Some sloping roads on the Cappadocia hiking trails may cause difficult passages. However, it can be a lot of fun for adventure lovers who want to see cave tunnels and passages.

After walking for about 2.5 km in the valley, there is Karabulut Church in an area that is difficult to access. It is recommended to visit with a guide. On the opposite side, 200 meters ahead, is the Cistern Church.

 Cistern Church

The Cistern Church was used as a water cistern in the past. The frescoes above the waterline are still visible. Unfortunately, the underwater ones are not obvious. As far as the eye can see, Jesus’ crucifixion, birth figures, and pictures of saints in circles are depicted.

 Hidden church

Our church tours continue on the Cappadocia hiking trails. The hidden church is also known as Aya Jones Church. The hidden church is located on a very steep slope on the left side of the Zemi Valley. From the height of the church, the view of the valley looks magnificent. This is a very unknown church, although it has been there for a long time. This church was discovered very late as it was destroyed on the steep rocks.

There are two columns and three arches in the interior of this historical church, which was built with 3 apses. On the ceiling of the Hidden Church, relief crosses and geometric motifs are striking. It is one of the recommended places to visit with an experienced guide on Cappadocia hiking routes.

 Al Nazar church

El Nazar Church is located at the end of Zemi Valley. This church, which was carved into a large fairy chimney, is striking with its interesting appearance. A rainbow picture can be seen on the ceiling of the church. And through this rainbow, the drawing of the holy Jesus towards the sky is depicted. Various legends were narrated on its walls and domes. This narrative painting, which is depicted chronologically, must be seen.

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