The small market town of Urgup features ancient troglodytic quarters, craft and carpet shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, a wine factory as well as an authentic hamam and a lively market on Saturdays. A network of public minibuses and taxis connects the town to the other villages of the region.
On day 3 and Day 4, you will reach your accommodation in the village of Uchisar on horseback.
Cappadocia's prettiest village, Uchisar sits on the top of a hill and has embracing views on central Cappadocia. It is famous for its natural rock fortress, its troglodytic quarters, its pretty stone houses and craft shops. It is at a short distance from the village of Gorëme, most renowned for the churches of its Open Air Museum. We will stop for lunch in village restaurants serving Anatolian cuisine..
In summer, long lunch breaks are necessary to avoid riding during the hottest hours, so most of the restaurants where we will stop will have a swimming pool.
Breakfast (Turkish and continental) and dinner will be taken at the hotel. Dinner usually comprises a starter, one or two main courses and a dessert. Vegetarian option on request. Water, tea and coffee are included. Cappadocia wine, beer and other drinks are available and payable locally.