Cappadocia is a highlight for every traveller visiting Turkey. The very famous rock formations are consisting of a bedrock called tuff,  which is molding the geological basis of this area to one of the most popular destination in Turkey.
Cappadocia is located approximately 250 km south east of the turkish capital of Ankara. There are not many settlements on the way from Ankara in Central Anatolia, however the landscape of this part of Turkey can be impressive as well.

A tractor on a field in Central Anatolia
Agriculture in Central Anatolia

Arriving in Cappadocia from Ankara you drive through the town of Gülsehir, which is home to the two leveled , rock-cut 13th-centruy Church of St Jean, which is famous for its marvellous frescoes like the Descent from the Cross and the Last Supper among others.

Cappadocia is famous for its unique geological landscape formations and a must for every traveller is a flight in one of the many hot air ballons.

Cappadocia is attracting different kind of international travellers as well as locals who all fall in love with this outstanding area, offering different kind of activities .

Despite being in a national park, it is allowed to camp all over Cappadocia at some of the most stunning places you will ever visit.

Two camping cars parking in Cappadocia under the stars

The city of Göreme is the most popular settlement for international travellers to stay overnight.

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