Love Valley Cappadocia is a place of natural wonders. These giant penis shaped monuments were left by mother nature and are now a huge hit amongst tourist. Here’s all you need to know.
Love Valley is located just outside of the town of Goreme, in Cappadocia.
From Goreme to Love Valley it takes around 10 minutes by car, and from Uchisar around 15 minutes.
Scooters start at 80-100 Turkish Lyra per day. While the prices for ATV’s start at around €35 for 2 hours.
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
If you opt for the famous Quad Safari, then you will explore Love Valley on four wheels, racing around one of the most breathtakingly beautiful valleys in the region.
There is no entrance fee at Love Valley Cappadocia.
Book your Cappadocia Valleys Quad Safari: Quad Safari through the Sword, Love & Rose Valleys
Love Valley Cappadocia is a hidden valley with scenic formations to say the least. Despite the resemblance to man hood, these amazing rock formations are far from man-made.
They are ancient structures that sit at over a thousand metres altitude. There is generally no rainfall in the area but the Cappadocia does have really hot, dry summers and cold, snowy winters.
At Love Valley Cappadocia, you can visit the viewpoint from above or you can trek right down to the base of these huge structures. It’s a safe and easy hike and you get a real feel of the Cappadocia magic.
There are a lot of tours available in Cappadocia where the Love Valley is included.
While you’re capturing photographs with these unusual monuments, don’t forget to stop at the specifically designed photo spots lined up along the edge of the valley.
Also, before you leave, don’t forget to make a wish at the wish tree! A long, historic Turkish tradition.
Luxury – Koza Cave Hotel – This Göreme ecological hotel is situated in a historic cave house overlooking Pigeon Valley. It features free Wi-Fi, and has a terrace with panoramic views of Cappadocia’s fairy chimneys. Koza Cave Hotel offers rooms fitted with traditional Turkish rugs and furnishings. Several rooms have a living room with a fireplace. Some feature a spa bath and a private terrace. The Cave Hotel has a tour desk that offers information on local attractions and can assist with car hire and bicycle rentals. The hotel also offers a shuttle service and a 24-hour reception desk.
Mid-budget – Charming Cave Hotel – This cave hotel in the heart of Goreme has rooms built into volcanic rocks with vaulted ceilings and traditional Turkish style décor. The hotel offers free WiFi and a hot tub. All the rooms at Charming Cave Hotel have a private bathroom. Some rooms also offer a flat-screen TV or a terrace with views over the fairy chimneys. Charming Cave Hotel’s restaurant serves traditional Cappadocian meals prepared with organic products. Breakfast is comes as an open buffet with homemade jams and local honey.
Budget – Goreme Palace Stone Hotel – Goreme Palace Stone Hotel features free WiFi throughout the property and views of garden in Goreme. The accommodation offers a shared kitchen, a shared lounge and currency exchange for guests. All guest rooms at the hotel feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, DVD Player, and a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. At Goreme Palace Stone Hotel all rooms include a wardrobe and a shared bathroom. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast.
For more places to stay in Cappadocia you can check the latest prices here.