Towns & Villages

Cappadocia Towns Guide - Tourist information and guide to popular towns and villages of Cappadocia, Turkey



Cappadocia is situated in the middle of Turkey, in central Antolia and offers outstanding landscape, natural beauties, fairy chimneys and rock-cut houses, the picturesque valleys, scenic lunar hills, incredible monuments and many more secrets and wonders. Cappadocia region is mostly known by the three popular towns of Goreme, Urgup and Uchisar but actualy Cappadocia is the name of the very big region spread through the cities of Nevsehir, Kirsehir, Nigde, Aksaray and Kayseri. So that Cappadocia can be considered as "Five Cities, One Cappadocia"... The narrowed rocky region of Cappadocia include Uchisar, Urgup, Avanos, Goreme, Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Ihlara and surrounding areas...




Avanos, Goreme, Uchisar and Urgup are the most popular towns for both accommodation and daily visit in Cappadocia.

Avanos is situated on the banks of Red River (Kizilirmak) and attracts big number of visitors with its European town look. Avanos is also the center of terracotta artworks since 3000 BC. Avanos is also the most green town of Cappadocia.

Goreme is situated at the center of the valleys, on the contrary, Avanos and Urgup. Goreme is without a doubt, the star attraction and point of interest of any visit to Cappadocia. Majority of the houses and accommodation in Goreme are rock-cut houses or made from stone.

Uchisar is situated on a hill within a fairy tale atmosphere. Uchisar is famous for its unique rock castle of Uchisar Castle, observation terraces and rock-cut houses. Uchisar Castle is the highest point of the region and also the biggest and the most beautiful fairy chimney of the region where you may enjoy a unique panoramic view over Cappadocia.


Urgup is one of the most popular towns in Cappadocia that travellers may experience and enjoy all the extraordinary formations, fairy chmneys, cultural heritage and ethnographic diversity of all Cappadocia region.

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