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This place is about 40mins drive from Urgup, unless you pay a driver to take you here, your need a car. The drive to it is beautiful the area itself is lovely. You will see plenty of nature and also cave dwellings in the valleys,...More
This was the first place we have visited in Cappadocia, to introduce ourselves with cave churches and stange rock formation.
We took a nice hike to visit the area, very interesting and pleasant.
After the visit, stop for lunch at Soganli Kapadokya Restaurant, it is...More
wonderful valley, great hikes, good stone and stone domed churches. One abandoned village of stone houses, those villagers who remain extremely welcoming. No other visitors on the day we arrived. The Soganli Restaurant, situated on the river bank, is owned and run by a very...More
I visited Soganli during the last day of my trip in Cappadocia and perhaps this affected my judgment.
Although there are frescos and churches dated V-VI century I have to say that this site is definitively less spectacular than most of the other sites in...More
The Sognali Valley is a great option if you want to get away from the tourist crowds. It’s ideal for a half day hike. Here you will find lots of rock cut churches, pigeon houses and unusual rock formations and if you are lucky, like...More
There are several churches near Soganli which is off the main tourist route. We enjoyed hiking up steps and over rocks to explore these historic churches. The valley in which they are located was beautiful. If it is sunny please remember to carry water and...More
My wife and I hired a car in Urgup and took a day trip which included a visit to the underground city of Derinkuyu before heading onto Soganli.
It makes for a great day. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the underground city...More
Soganli Valley is about a 80km drive from Goreme, taking in some breathtaking views on the way. (be sure to stop at Keslik monastry on the way). Although rather cold on the day we visited in November which did limit our time there, on a...More
Soganli is a peaceful little village set on a hillside in the Saganli valley. Few and mainly old people live there now as the young have moved out. A beautiful rock cut church lies a short walk away with black frescoes mostly undisturbed by defacement....More
The site is away from the mainstream attractions of Cappadocia and ideally visited with your own transport. There are several rock churches in the site, some with fairly well preserved frescos. It is possible to drive in the site and park almost right in front...More