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We found here really strange witn all of those chimnies. It is the effects of years of errosion of the land but it gives you an emotional experience which I can not explain. You can park the car and gove yourself at least half an...More
So, from this point you can start walking along the rose valley, which is not only beautiful but interesting as the you go through a breathtaking landscape where people carved their whole city in the rocks. I suggest leaving about some three hours for the...More
Just love the eroded landscapes here. The harder stone caps look like little hats on the pillars. The walking is plenty easy on the trails but things can get tougher if you try to go up any of the loose slopes. Great scenery in a...More
For people who loves history, archieology, jeology and antropology this area is the place to see. Especially for people who live in crowded cities in the world. This is a a giant step back to the formation of civiliations and geological formations in Mezapotamia area....More
Response from JuergenWDobler | Reviewed this property |
imi138 is writing about the Love Valley in the Zemi Valley section. Zemi Valley's lower entrance is between Goreme and the Open Air Museum. It is a very nice valley with some not so easy to walk parts and 5.6... More
imi138 is writing about the Love Valley in the Zemi Valley section. Zemi Valley's lower entrance is between Goreme and the Open Air Museum. It is a very nice valley with some not so easy to walk parts and 5.6 km from one end to the other. Definitely worth a walk with nice rock formations, but if you are tight on time you would probably want to skip it as you would need transport back or walk a complete loop back to Goreme. It would take you almost a whole day.
On the other hand if you are referring to Love Valley that you want to visit, imi138's description to reach the valley is correct. With your own transport you can drive quite close and it will be a maximum of 5 minutes walk to see the pinnacles. There is no official parking there and not much space either, but it is usually not so busy, so well worth driving as close as you can get to save time.
There is also a very nice view point overlooking the Love Valley that can be easily reached by car. It is on the road if you continue to drive towards Nevsehir. You will have to turn left after around 1-2km and drive all the way to the edge of the valley. When we were there it was not sign posted, but you can't miss it as the road or rather path is frequently used.
I hope my explanation is of use to you.