Cave Hotel Saksagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCave Hotel Saksagan Goreme
Very friendly and helpful owner and family. Rooms are spacious and nicely decorated. Very close to the bus station.
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... other hikers (occasionally!). We started off much earlier on this day so had plenty of sunlight, and spent the day exploring hidden gorges, seeking out incredibly beautiful rock churches such as Kolonlu Kilise (Column church) and Hacli Kilise, climbing rusty old ladders up sheer cliff faces, through caves and crevices, past Pigeon houses, having freshly squeezed orange and pomegranate juice at one of the rest stops, and admiring the stunning scenery and ever changing colours of the ...
... for expansion of the new religion was born among other important saints in the Christian world, the famous São Jorge. Christians have inhabited the region taking refuge from the persecutions of the Romans in II-IV centuries, giving rise to several "houses" and churches carved into the rocks formed into cones by local geography, as well as the underground cities. Completely intriguing constructions that resist today and some of these houses are still inhabited. There are between ...
... you, goodnight'," and he loved talking about their toilet/compost system. At one point Chad was laughing so hard he excused himself down a creepy dirt tunnel just to regroup.
We drove on to a Greek village of Mustafapaşa that has relics of old mansions in disrepair. Many of them were abandoned in 1924 during the population exchange between Greece and Turkey when basically Turkey kicked the Greeks back to Greece and ...
... like giant termite mounds. Popular in Capadocia are morning ballon flights over this amazing site. We spend the morning doing a 3-4K walk through what is called Pigeon valley, exploring Cappadocia and nature. Thankfully the walk was mostly in a shades valley and through arches and tunnels. There are people living in some of the mounds, some making a living from passing tourists selling local items scarve, beads, blue evil eyes, an artist sells sculptures of ...
... to cut out sections near the back wall separated by a small rock wall and then a big open area sloping down towards another great window section. Exploring this place was incredible! Inside the chimneys the rock walls kept the temperature nice also. Turkey is very hygienic so I can understand why they don't live in these awesome structures anymore with a lack of sewerage disposal... But they are still in great condition and it's easy to see how they could make nice homes. We explored ...