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Fairy Chimneys

Goreme, Turkey
+90 506 585 4109
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Goreme, Turkey
+90 506 585 4109
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Reviewed 4 days ago

You will marvel at the shapes and moon - like structures, which have been adapted as homes, churches, bird houses, sanctuaries, fortresses and now charming places to visit in Goreme Turkey. These fairy chimneys are in some cases right in town, and in others in...More

Thank Kitty D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Truly fascinating and unique! A must visit in Central Turkey, (Kapadokya) A result of geologic process that began millions of years ago from volcanic eruptions and erosion. Awesome landscape view from the air, hot-air balloon ride and hiking. Hundreds of years ago, people dug and...More

Thank Amarilize
Reviewed 1 week ago

They are all over here in Cappadocia.....one of the main reasons people come here. We viewed them from above, we stayed in one, and we went underground inside of them. We also took a hike through LOVE VALLEY....you get up close and are surrounded by...More

Thank busconi
Reviewed 1 week ago

To me this facinating area can only be in a fairy tale story. It is amazing to see how geological rock formations took place in the face of the planet for over centuries. It is so unique and the places is so untouched by human...More

Thank Ahmet S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Being in that place, imaginning how people used to live in those chimney rocks and made them their houses and monasters, is an amazing experience! If you are a history lover, a nature addict, this place should definitly be on your list

Thank Yasmine S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is really the reason to come to Goreme to see these amazing natural formations. What's really cool is how accessible it all is. It's free and close to town centre so you can visit by foot on your own like I did 2 days...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Turkish culture has no Fairies, the place was named by European people. Visited the place as a part of the Red Tour with the Geougeous Tour, Bayram

Thank Astanaika
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Naturally formed shapes converted into great community living area by the olden christian community. Its Magical just to be there and have the eyes drenched with the majestic structures. The modern police station. Turkish tourism are occupying each of the Fairy chimney structures. it is...More

Thank arunbvkumar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Should be the 1st thing to visit on your Day 2 to Cappadocia. The erosions of calcium and volcanic rocks have created structures that provides unbelievable photops and scope for trick camera works. Wear sunscreen if in June as it is going to be sunny...More

Thank Rohanmhn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went to the site by ATV. Is also possible on guided tours as well. Nice to get up close to the formations and to visit the church built into the formations. Be prepared for heat and make sure that you have sunscreen. Some places are...More

Thank KarlMul
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