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Cappadocia: Private Half-Day Vineyards & Wine Tasting Tour

1. Cappadocia: Private Half-Day Vineyards & Wine Tasting Tour

Spend your morning touring the historic vineyards of Cappadocia. Learn more about the grape varities growing here, and even get the chance to pick your own grapes. Visit the largest wine factory of the region where you will also get the chance to taste the wine of course. Cappadocian wines are among the most valuable pieces that complement local dishes with local dishes or a fireplace decorated table while watching their unique valleys. Get picked up from your hotel around 9.30-10.00 in the morning in a comfortable, private vehicle. Drive around the beautiful landscape and visit local vineyards where thebest grapes of the region grow. Learn from the winegrowers themselves about the local grapes and wine making processes. Pick your own grapes in the vineyard and get some fantastic photos of the unforgettable experience.  Then, head to the largest winery in the region, the Turasan Winery. Enjoy a wine tasting and learn more about the wine you sample.  At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel.

Cappadocia: Private Day Tour with Wine Tasting

2. Cappadocia: Private Day Tour with Wine Tasting

Explore historic Göreme and the surrounding Cappadocia region and Nevsehir Province during this privately guided walking tour with wine pairings. Discover the picturesque Devrent Valley landscape, taste-test traditional Turkish food and coffee, and marvel at the whimsical fairy chimneys. Enjoy an air-conditioned, VIP bus transport to the charming town of Avanos. Located on the sweeping banks of the Red River, here you can tour the local ceramics shop and even try making your own pottery.  Discover the stunning Kaymakli Underground City. Known as the deepest underground location in Cappadocia, follow your guide as you trek to the fourth level of this eight-level subterranean city, located 30 meters below the ground. Pause to marvel at the surreal landscapes of both the Devrent Valley and Love Valley, each dotted with unique fairy chimney rock formations. Listen as your guide details fascinating facts and anecdotes about the area's rich cultural and geological history.  Step back in time and visit the Zelve Open Air Museum, a Byzantine-era monastery carved into the centuries-old rocks. Relax and mingle with the locals at Ortahisar.

3 Days Cappadocia Tour

3. 3 Days Cappadocia Tour

Day 1 - Cappadocia - Göreme Open Air Museum Today our tour will start by visiting the valleys around the Cappadocia. Our first stop will be Goreme valley where had become one of the most important center of christianism in the VI and IX centuries Later we will visit Uchisar, one of the more popular destinations for travelers. We will have coffee break then we will visit Goreme Open-Air Museum. There are over 10 cave churches in the Goreme Open Air Museum. Along with rectories, dwellings, and a religious school, they form a large monastic complex carved out of a roughly ring-shaped rock formation in Cappadocia. Entrance to the site is on the north side. We will offer a delicious lunch and we will visit Urgup that promoted Nevşehir area to the world with its historical heritage and natural beauty. Urgup is probably the busiest of the small towns in the vicinity of the Cappadocian sites. It's possibly the tattiest as well; recent development has mushroomed leaving a grim legacy of poorly designed and serviced buildings. The road down into the town however does take you past some pleasant rock carved dwellings, accommodation and restaurants. It's worth wondering around the old town for a taste of what the place must have been like before we all arrived. Then we will visit wine cellar and taste wines. Then we will visit Monks Valley (Rahipler Vadisi), with its chimneys with multiple stems and caps, some housing chapels and living areas found here, have a particular style. Avanos is set on the banks of the Kizilirmak, the Red River, which gets its name from the clay that it deposits. This clay has provided Avanos with pottery for centuries and the town is still dominated by this industry despite the inroads that tourism has made in the area. The main street has numerous shops and workshops selling plain and decorated pots and plates and you can watch the potters at work using kick wheels, the design has remained unchanged for generations. Many of the workshops will encourage you to have a go yourself. It's harder than it looks. Overnight in Avanos, Urgup or Goreme. Day 2 - Ihlara Valley - Selime Cathedral - Derinkuyu Underground City - Pigeons Valley After breakfast you will be picked up from your hotel at approx 9:00 and we will go to Ihlara valley for hiking. The Ihlara Valley, once called Peristrema, for its scenery and churches, which are small and mostly semi-ruined. After our lunch break, we visit Selime Cathedral. It is a massive mountain, that is actually an amazing rock cut cathedral and The biggest and deepest is Derinkuyu Underground City. There are eight floors and extend at a depth of approximately 85 m. The underground city at Derinkuyu has all the usual amenities found in other underground complexes across Cappadocia, such as wine and oil presses, stables, cellars, storage rooms, refectories, and chapels. We will also see the Nar Crater Lake during our journey. Then we will visit Pigeon valleys to see pigeon’s houses. Day 3 - Rose Valley Today is end of your unique tour, before leaving we will have short walk in rose valley.The Rose Valley is an isolated valley behind Urgup. It has beautiful rock formations with some great hidden rock – carved churches. The most interesting part of this area is the countless tracks connecting the small villages and towns through vineyards and gardens like a spider net. It is always possible to see villagers working in the area and offering grapes, apples or apricots to you.

Cappadocia: Full Day Guided Cultural & Historical Food Tour

4. Cappadocia: Full Day Guided Cultural & Historical Food Tour

First things first, coffee (or tea)! Sip on some aromatic Turkish coffee in a favorite local haunt with some fantastic views. After you’ve got some caffeine in your system, you’ll visit a local fruit and vegetable market. (Note: This is only open on Tuesday, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.) Feel free to try out any fresh produce you’d like. Up next, you’ll head to Ortahisar where you’ll visit caves that were used in ancient times as food storage. Back then refrigerators didn’t exist and these caves were what acted as nature’s refrigerator. Stop for lunch in a beloved traditional restaurant that serves authentic and home-cooked meals. Babayanevi is one of the few restaurants in the area that has a traditional tandoori oven. After lunch, you’ll head to a local farm where ingredients for a restaurant are grown. Then you’ll have some free time to explore the tranquil village of Ibrahimpasa before heading to the Ortahisar Viewpoint. This vantage point boasts brilliant, panoramic 360-degree views of the town all the way to Uchisar and Goreme. After taking some amazing photos of the view, end the day with a sumptuous wine tasting before heading back to your accommodations with your belly stuffed with tasty and unforgettable food.

Göreme: Cappadocia Full-day Tour with Wine Tasting

5. Göreme: Cappadocia Full-day Tour with Wine Tasting

Experience the beauty of Cappadocia on this full-day trip from Göreme. Venture to the Red and Rose, Monks, and Pigion valleys. Watch a traditional pottery-making demonstration. Be picked up from the comfort of your hotel in Göreme. Sit back and relax as you are driven to the Red and Rose valley in Cappadocia. Admire how the light hits the pink-tinted ridges of the valley.  Head to the village of Cavusin to see cave houses that were carved into the soft volcanic tuff rocks and the rock-hewn churches. Drive to Monks Valley where you can see the mushroom-shaped dwellings that were carved by Byzantine hermit monks.  Next, travel to Pigeon valley which earned its name from the countless man-made dovecotes (pigeon houses) that have been carved into the rocks. Strop to savor some regional wines at a traditional wine estate. Uncover the history of wine in Cappadocia.  Continue to a center for artisanal workshops in the town of Avanos for a pottery-making demonstration. Make your way to the town of Uchisar to marvel at the 60-metre-high castle that was dug into the mountain and once housed over a thousand people. Return to your accommodation in Göreme.

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What people are saying about Göreme

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Had an amazing experience at the private your. Our tour guide mithat was amazing and highly recommended. He is a very knowledgable person and tells you about the history from A to Z and always answers any questions without hesitation or difficulty. He was always making sure we are comfortable and understanding what he is telling us. Would recommend anyone to book with him!

We had a wonderful experience on this tour. Our tour guide Aygul was so friendly and very knowledgeable about the region and wines, and any questions we had about Cappadocia and Turkey. We had a great day visiting three beautiful winery’s and tasting many delicious wines from Cappadocia. Highly recommend.

Excellent tour in Spanish, our guide Burak was very kind, the places were fantastic and he took time to explain in detail. The host of the Hilarious Ekrem agency since our arrival in Cappadocia helped us, kindly showed us the tours and taught us how to drive the motorcycle. Fantastic agency.

If you have a taste for wine coupled with an interest of the Cappadocia region, then I highly recommend this tour with Alif. She is incredibly informative, helpful and a fantastic guide. I give this tour a 10 out of 10.

It was nice. Our guide was Elif, such sweet lady. She took us for 2 extra sightseeings.