Pasabag Valley

Pasabag Valley, also known as Monks Valley, is a unique destination in Cappadocia that is famous for its impressive fairy chimneys. These are tall, cone-shaped rock formations that were created through millions of years of natural erosion. The fairy chimneys in Pasabag Valley are distinct from those found in other valleys in Cappadocia, as they feature multiple stems and caps that give them a mushroom-like appearance. In addition to its unusual rock formations, Pasabag Valley also has historical significance as a location where Christian monks once lived in cave dwellings carved into the rock.

Today, visitors can explore the valley’s open-air museum and learn about its rich history and culture, while admiring the stunning and unique landscape