Away from the coast of Turkey in the middle of Anatolya, Cappadocia is a wide area where volcanic activity has produced a strange, undulating landscape and "fairy chimneys"-high oval stone tower carved from soft volcanic Tuff by wind and water. The region has some of the most spectacular scenery and topography in the world, and is the ideal destination for a family vacation adventure.
In addition to the topography of the mountain is known for its unique dwellings of stone-carving homes and churches that were built by Christians who inhabit the territory of Greece until the early 20th century, and for its troglodyte villages-underground city is made to avoid persecution.
In the Centre of Cappadocia, Goreme, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to the most remarkable of these views. Formed from the combination of volcanic basalt, Tuff, wind and water, Goreme's Fairy Chimney, fantastic form with tapering column like meringue thrusting Skywards, the entire dwelling house carved into the soft rock-rooms, doors and Windows of several inhabited this day. A part of the Roman Empire and Byzantine Empire, Cappadocia is home to a thriving monastic community of Christians who carved churches and monasteries into the ground the same software and decorated them with pigment made from plants and minerals. The Goreme Open Air Museum is a witness to a few dozen of the most impressive rock-cut churches, frescoes, which clearly depict stories from the Bible. Key-shaped door hiding, leading to a curved space and the dome and the structure split level with stairs running up and down feature of the buildings and temples tucked in the corner with decorative wall paintings decorate the interior.
Derinkuyu, a small town between Goreme and Nigde, troglodyte villages most notable House, an entire city built underground. A labyrinth of space and network parts, carved under the Earth, he created to avoid religious persecution and attacks the robbers '. Over time, the complex became more and more complicated, stretching down several levels of eleven to a depth of 85 m and wide above the area that continues to increase. At its peak, this underground city is sheltered between 3,000-50,000 people. Although some 200 similar city have been found in Cappadocia, Derinkuyu proffers to be a most remarkable example.
In addition to scenery and topography, Cappadocia served outdoors and adventure activities fitting holiday adventure travel. Hot air balloon above the fairy chimneys in the morning is an experience not to be missed. Hop on the River, climb the Hill or just stop to enjoy the scenery here-this is a great destination for a holiday hike combines outstanding natural and peaceful with a history. This is also an area for horse riding, quad biking and jeep safari-just a few of the most popular activities to be had.