Until 1924 the town was the Sinasos of the Greeks. Mustafapaşa  is a town full of huge mansions with elaborately carved door and window-frames. Most date back to the 1880s. Numerous rock-cut churches, monasteries and chapels like Church of St Basil, Church of Sts Helena and Constantine the Monastery of St Nicholas and the medrese can be seen in the village.

Cemil Village

The village Cemil is located on the road heading south from Mustafapaşa to Soganli The early 19th-century church complete with portico and delicate belltower that was built on a terrace cut into the side of the gorge worths visiting

Taşkınpaşa Medrese

14th-century medrese (theological school). Surrounded by the elaborate carved layers typical of Selçuk architecture, the portal now leads into a modern library designed in the shape of a medrese. The medrese probably once formed part of a complex with the local mosque whose magnificent wooden mihrab and mimber are preserved in the Ethnographic Museum in Ankara

Sobesos (closed most of the year )

In 2002 treasure-hunters working the fields around Şahinefendi uncovered the first signs of what turned out to be the Roman city of Sobesos. Today you can see the excavated remains of a fourth-century Roman bathhouse with much of its hypocaust (in-floor heating system) still in place; a mosaic depicting a pair of sandals was uncovered in one of the entrances.

Soganlı Village

Famous with hiking trails, churches and pidgeon nests inside the rocks . People were living in the traditional Turkish village untill 2011. Also famous for its traditional handwork dolls


Delicious local foot at an authentic restaurant

Derinkuyu underground city

Derinkuyu underground city ia an ancient multi-level underground city in the Derinkuyu district in Nevşehir Province, Turkey. Extending to a depth of approximately 60 m (200 feet), it is large enough to have sheltered approximately 20,000 people together with their livestock and food stores. It is the largest excavated underground city in Turkey and is one of several underground complexes found across Cappadocia. It was opened to visitors in 1969 and about half of the underground city is currently accessible to tourists.


English speaking guide.

From/to Airport Transfers.

All entrance fees to Museums and sights.

Comprehensive sightseeing.

Deluxe A/C Transport.

Traditional Turkish meal in Restaurant.

Soft drinks and water during Coach touring.

Not including

All tips to guides, escorts, drivers and hotel and restaurant staff

All items of a personal nature, including beverages, wines, liqueurs, tea, coffee, mineral water, phone

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We reserve the right to cancel the tour or run the tour on Private basis (under email notification) if minimum seats are not fulfilled. If payment is done prior the departure date, all monies will be refunded in full, or your booking can be transferred to the next day if your schedule permits and space is available .

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