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Small Cave Hotel in the heart of Cappadocia

ASMALI CAVE HOUSE

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PHOTO GALLERY - Valleys of Cappadocia

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Photos by Evelyn Kopp Copyright © 2011 All rights reserved


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Image: White Church of Rose Valley in Cappadocia, TurkeyWhiteChurch
Rose Valley



Love Valley in Cappadocia

Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House
Love Valley in Cappadocia, Turkey | Photo by Evelyn Kopp, Asmalı Cave House

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360 Degree Panorama Photografs

See the small Cave Hotel ASMALI CAVE HOUSE in Cappadocia, the individual Suites, as well as the terraces from a different angle.

Find yourself in the center of the Pool of VILLA YAKOMOZ, the seafront Holiday Home with Pool at the Lycian Cost of Turkey.


360 Degree Bowl Panorama Photos - ASMALI CAVE HOUSE and VILLA YAKOMOZ  from a different angleA PARADISE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

Wether for individual travelling amateur photographers or for members of planned photo tours; Cappadocia's beauty is the ideal spot. Marvelous views, unusual valleys and formations, people and architecture.

Combined Travel - Cappadocia and the Lycian Coast - Combine culture, history and tradition with sea and sun

COMBINED TRAVEL THROUGH TURKEY

Explore Cappadocia's rich culture and traditions and enjoy the beautiful seaside of the Lycian Coast. Combine your stay in the small cave hotel ASMALI CAVE HOUSE and the Holiday Home with pool VILLA YAKOMOZ. Enjoy Turkey!


Contact us - Asmali Cave House, Boutique and Cave Hotel in Cappadocia, the insider tip for your holidays in TurkeyFor more information about your own small adventures, individual photo tours, hiking or simply

about a relaxed holiday in Cappadocia contact us directly:

ASMALI CAVE HOUSE the small Cave Hotel in Uçhisar, Cappadocia

THE VILLAGE UÇHISAR

See a different small world, still full of history and traditions, characterized by friendly and
hospitable people living in an unspoiled village in the heart of Cappadocia.

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CAPPADOCIA ON THE WORLD HERITAGE LIST

In 1985 Göreme National Park and six other rock sites of Cappadocia were recognised by UNESCO
as one of the world's spectacular natural and cultural site and added to the World Heritage List.

THE VILLAGE UÇHISAR

See a different small world, still full of history and traditions, characterized by friendly and hospitable people
living in an unspoiled village in the heart of Cappadocia.

CAPPADOCIA

Hidden churches and monasteries hidden in caves, beautiful valleys and rock formations - nature and a breaze
of adventure for the curious explorer.


BY WORD OF MOUTH

Childhood memories and stories from the eldest of Uçhisar and Cappadocia. See old photos and read about their past lives. There are happy as well as sad stories and maybe sometimes, with the passage of time, truth and fiction melt into one another.

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FILM SET CAPPADOCIA

Since many years, Cappadocia is used to be a natural film set for many national and international movies. Producers and directors had been inspired by the magical landscape.  From TV-Series to Science-Fiction or Thriller, Cappadocia was obviously worth being chosen.

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