Explore Devrent Valley, one of the most impressive monastery complexes in the area. Next, visit Pasabag (also known as Monk’s Valley), followed by a short drive to Avanos, a village situated on the banks of Kizilirmak River, famous for its clay pottery. After a lunch break there, where you can also participate hands-on in a pottery work shop, you will proceed to the Goreme Open Air Museum, featuring the most impressive of all rock-carved churches in Cappadocia. The last stop-off will be at Uchisar Village, located next to a natural Citadel
Depart from your Hotel for Red Valley, presenting an opportunity to hike through orchards and vineyards, between fairy chimneys and rock-carved houses. Continue the walk in Rose Valley. Afterwards, visit the old Christian Village ofCavusin. Following a lunch break, visit Pigeon Valley, so named after the hundreds of little windows carved into the rocks to attract nesting pigeons. Then visit Kaymakli Underground City, Ortahisar Castle .
Depart from your Hotel, for Derinkuyu Underground City to visit the huge refugee settlement carved by early Christians, where they could hide from persecutors . From Derinkuyu continue to the beautiful valley of Ihlara,Formerly known as peristerema. Explore the famous rock –cut churches and hike 4 km through the valley. On the way back visit the monasteries in Selime Village and 13 century Caravansary built by Selcuk Turk’s on the silk road.