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Semais the inspiration of Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi (1207 - 1273) as well as part of Turkish custom, history, beliefs and culture.It is performed in seven parts the different meanings of a mystic cycle to perfection (Ascension - Mirac). Contemporary science definitely confirms that the fundamental condition of our existence is to revolve. There is no object, no being which does not revolve and the shared similarity among beings is the revolution of the electrons and protons in the atoms, which constitute the structure of the smallest particle to the stars far in the sky.
Turkish Night Show
The Turkish Night Show is organised not only to let you experience Turkish culture and traditions, but also to have a real entertaining show to help you relax, after your day tours through Cappadocia. We will pick you up from your hotel in Goreme or other towns of Cappadocia at 20:00 in winter and 20:30 in summer and drive you to one of the cave restaurants of Cappadocia, where your show will be perfromed
The Turkish bath, also known as hamam or hammam, is one of the ancient world's most widely exported customs. This tradition was born generations ago, adopted from Romans and Byzantines and then perfected by the Seljuk and Ottoman Turks and has continued even until today.We have converted one of our caves to a fascinating Turkish Bath with sauna. Our masseurs are not only expert at Turkish massage. They will offer you different types of massages from all around the world. Please visit the Turkish Bath page for further information
Experience the incredible and unusual beauty of Turkey's Cappadocia region from the back of a horse. Something like a cross between the Grand Canyon and a moonscape, Cappadocia boasts some of the worlds most unusual and spectacular landscapes. Traversing the countless valleys and mountains by horseback brings riders in touch with the area's breath-taking beauty. Forget the tour buses or even the rental cars - this astonishing region of Central Anatolia is truly best seen by horseback.