215 215 9814
  • MENU

Cruises in Kaymakli

100% Guaranteed Departures
Season 2024/25 is here! Book Now and Pay in up to 12 installments with no interest
Filter by
Most popular!
When are you traveling?
Enter your desired destination

All destinations


Customize it!


Istanbul, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Greek Islands and much more.

10 Days / 9 Nights
Free Cancellation


EUR 1,573.75
5/5 4 reviews

What Is Kaymakli Known For


Kaymakli is a small town located in the Cappadocia region of central Turkey. The town is known for its unique underground city, which was built by early Christians as a refuge from persecution. 

The city consists of a network of tunnels and rooms carved into the soft volcanic rock, extending several levels underground.

Above ground, Kaymakli is a quiet and peaceful town with a population of around 7,000 people.

The town is surrounded by picturesque valleys and hills, dotted with vineyards and fruit orchards. The landscape is characterized by unique rock formations, known as fairy chimneys, which have been shaped by volcanic activity over millions of years.

Kaymakli has a rich cultural heritage, with numerous historic sites and landmarks in the surrounding area. Visitors to the town can explore the underground city and learn about its history, as well as visit nearby churches, monasteries, and other religious sites. 

The town is also known for its traditional handicrafts, including pottery and carpet weaving, which can be seen and purchased in local shops and markets.

In recent years, Kaymakli and the wider Cappadocia region have become popular tourist destinations, attracting visitors from around the world who come to explore the region’s unique natural and cultural attractions. 

Despite the influx of tourists, Kaymakli has retained its traditional charm and peaceful atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a relaxing and authentic Turkish experience.


Beaches Near Kaymakli


Kaymakli is a town located in the central region of Turkey, far from the coast. As such, there are no beaches in Kaymakli itself. However, Turkey has a long coastline along the Mediterranean and

Aegean seas, and there are many beautiful beaches located within a few hours’ drive of Kaymakli. Here are a few examples:

  1. Patara Beach: Located on the Mediterranean coast, Patara Beach is one of Turkey’s most beautiful and unspoiled beaches. The beach stretches for 18 kilometers (11 miles) and is known for its soft sand dunes, crystal-clear waters, and ancient ruins nearby.
  2. Kaputas Beach: Situated on the Turquoise Coast, Kaputas Beach is a small but stunning cove surrounded by steep cliffs. The beach is known for its crystal-clear waters and striking turquoise color.
  3. Iztuzu Beach: Located near the town of Dalyan, Iztuzu Beach is a long and narrow strip of sand that is home to the endangered loggerhead sea turtles. The beach is part of a protected nature reserve and is only accessible by boat.
  4. Oludeniz Beach: Located near the town of Fethiye, Oludeniz Beach is one of Turkey’s most popular and picturesque beaches. The beach is known for its calm and clear turquoise waters, which are ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

While Kaymakli may not have any beaches of its own, these and many other beautiful beaches can be easily reached by car or public transportation, making Kaymakli a good base for exploring Turkey’s stunning coastline.


How to Get to Kaymakli?


Kaymakli can be reached by several modes of transportation. Here are some options for getting to Kaymakli:

  1. By air: The nearest airport to Kaymakli is Nevsehir Kapadokya Airport, which is located about 45 minutes away by car. The airport has regular flights to Istanbul and other major cities in Turkey.
  2. By bus: Kaymakli is well-connected to other parts of Turkey by bus. There are regular bus services from major cities like Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir, as well as smaller towns in the region.
  3. By car: Kaymakli is easily accessible by car, with well-maintained roads connecting the town to other parts of Turkey. The journey from Istanbul takes around 10 hours by car, while the journey from Ankara takes around 4 hours.

Once you arrive in Kaymakli, the town is small enough to explore on foot, although many visitors prefer to hire a car or take a guided tour to explore the wider Cappadocia region. There are also local buses and taxis available for getting around town and visiting nearby attractions.


Holiday Cruise in Turkey and Visit to Kaymakli


Are you looking for a holiday in the sun with a paradisiacal landscape? Would you like to enjoy the most exclusive gastronomy? Would you like to visit an incredible underground city? Then you have to consider a ferry to Turkey and visit Kaymakli!

In turn, due to its proximity to Istanbul and Ephesus, many travelers combine their trip to Kaymakli with these destinations, which is why you will find these sites in several of our offers.

The options to put together your trip to Jordan and visit Kaymakli are multiple and you choose how to combine destinations. What are you waiting for to plan a new trip?


Cruises in Ankara
FAQTerms & ConditionsAbout usProfessionals and distributorsWork at GrecaPrivacy PolicyCookie PolicyReviewsCheck out our blog
Contact us

Greece 215 215 9814

Argentina 011 5984 24 39

Mexico 55 4161 1796

Colombia 601 5085335

Spain 911430012

Chile 2 2938 2672

Peru 17085726

USA 1 888 665 4835

Canada 1 888 200 5351

Singapore: 6018 0678
Australia: 2 7202 6698
Italy: 39800829657

24/7 Emergency line.

[email protected]



2 Charokopou St, Kallithea

Athens, Greece- PC: GR 176 71


Official Travel Agency Authorized under license: 0261E70000817700

© 2023 Greca