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Blue Tour Cappadocia

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Cappadocia Blue Tour is a popular sightseeing tour covering the popular attractions and sights of the southern part of Cappadocia such as valleys, fairy chimneys, villages and Mazi Underground City. Majority of the tours are made via professional tour guide and driver.

The minimum size of person must be 4.

NOTE! “Travel is never a matter of money, but of courage.”

What to Expect?
While the Red and Green tours are the most popular ways to explore the area, the Blue tour is an excellent choice for those looking for a more off-the-beaten-path experience. This tour takes you to some of the lesser-known but equally fascinating sights of Cappadocia.

Typical tours mostly start early in the morning upon you’re being picked-up from your hotel around 9 a.m. with a professional tour guide, and goes for about 6/7 hours. At the end of the tour, you’re being dropped-off to your hotel.

Differences from the Red & Green Tour
One of the unique features of the Blue Tour is that it takes visitors to the heart of the local culture. Unlike the Red and Green Tours, which focus on the more popular tourist sites, the Blue Tour takes visitors to small, charming villages that are home to local artisans and craftsmen. Visitors can witness the ancient art of carpet weaving and pottery making and learn about traditional handicrafts and trades that have been passed down through generations.

The tour also takes visitors to some of the most beautiful and less crowded valleys of the area. The Gomeda Valley is a highlight, known for its stunning rock formations and tranquil atmosphere. The Soysallar Valley is another impressive stop on the tour, with its unique rock-cut churches and monasteries that date back to the 7th century.

Good for
The Cappadocia Blue Tour is an excellent choice for those looking for a relaxed and off-the-beaten-path experience. With visits to small villages, less crowded valleys, and local craftsmen, the tour is a perfect way to experience the heart and soul of Cappadocia.

Attractions & Sights to Explore
The schedule of the sights and attractions of Cappadocia Blue Tour  may change but you’ll finish your day out by exploring the top Cappadocia sights including:
The old Greek town of Mustafapasa
Keslik Monastery
Soganli Valley
MaziUnderground City
Typical Cappadocia Blue Tour Itinerary
Cappadocia Blue Tour is a full-day guided tour that takes visitors to some of the lesser-known sights of Cappadocia. Typical tours mostly start early in the morning upon you’re being picked-up from your hotel around 9 a.m. with a professional tour guide, and goes for about 6/7 hours, lasts until 5 pm. At the end of the tour, you’re being dropped-off to your hotel.

Attractions & Sights to Explore
The tour covers the central and southern parts of Cappadocia, including the towns of Soganli, Sahinefendi, and Mustafapasa. The tour also includes stops at some of the area’s most impressive valleys, including the Gomeda Valley or the Soysallar Valley.

Mustafapasa Village
Mustafapasa is a charming village located in the Cappadocia region of  Turkey, about 5 km southeast of Ürgüp. The village is also known as Sinasos, its former Greek name, and has a rich history dating back to the Byzantine period.

Mustafapaşa was once a major center of Greek culture in the area, and its historic houses, churches, and other buildings reflect its Greek heritage. The village is home to many beautiful examples of Greek Ottoman architecture, including several large mansions and churches with frescoes and intricate stonework.
One of the most famous buildings in Mustafapaşa is the Medrese, a former theological school dating back to the 19th century. The building features a beautiful courtyard and many well-preserved rooms, including a mosque and a library.

Mustafapaşa is also known for its underground tunnels, which were once used by locals as a means of protection from invaders. Today, visitors can explore some of these tunnels and gain a glimpse into the village’s past.

In addition to its historical attractions, Mustafapaşa is also known for its natural beauty. The village is surrounded by scenic valleys and rock formations, making it an ideal place for hiking, trekking, and outdoor activities.

Gomeda Valley
Gomeda Valley is located in the west of Mustafapasa village along Urgup. The valley is known as “Small Ihlara”. Just like in Ihlara Valley, you will experience and enjoy variety of rock-cut houses and churches, shelters and a river running through the valley. Gomeda Valley is also called the “Devil’s Creek”, due to its pleasant trails with hollows, tunnels and dovecotes.

The 1,5 km hiking trail of the Gomeda Valley offers a different atmosphere for its guests. One of the caves has been used as a reservoir for rain water since ancient times, and it continues to be used to irrigate poplar trees, which can be seen frequently while walking.

Mazi Underground City
Mazi Underground City has 2 levels underground carved from the soft volcanic stone that are connected with each other by narrow tunnels.

Visitors may visit stalls, stables, stores, refectories, churches, wineries, kitchens and the other sections.

How to Book Cappadocia Blue Tour?
You can book your Cappadocia day tour with our travel agency by website online or by WhatsApp andwe also provide the convenience of flexible booking, hotel transfers. It’s the smart choice for a hassle-free and memorable adventure in Cappadocia.

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Blue Tour by Cappadocia Travel Agency was a perfect blend of history and beauty!

27 April 2024