Cappadocia is one of the most recognisable destinations- in Turkey

The fantastic rock formations of Cappadocia can be traced back ten million years to the eruptions of three huge volcanoes that left a layer of soft, porous rock over the entire region. Ancient civilisations then carved great caves and underground cities out of the soft volcanic rock, and sculpted it into increasingly bizarre shapes, most famously the ‘fairy chimneys’ of Goreme. Spend your Cappadocia holidays exploring hidden cave villages and small Byzantine churches sitting in the hollows of pale rocky valleys before retiring for the night to your extraordinary (and surprisingly comfortable) cave hotel, cut directly into the cliff.


Museum Hotel Cappadocia

Museum Hotel, one of the finest and most unique hotels, is proud to be the only hotel in Turkey invited to join the Relais & Châteaux family, thanks to its distinctive characteristics, art and antiques concept, traditional décor, and exquisite cuisine
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A village, thousands of years old; buildings, untouched since 1950s when their inhabitants left in search for more modern places…

Argos in Cappadocia

It is the most special hotel of the land which underground cities were carved into thousands of years ago, millions of pigeons considered to be the safest nest, and monks retreated to for centuries.