Pasabag Fairy Chimneys Pasabag Valley boasts some of the most popular fairy chimneys in Cappadocia, and it's one of the few places in the world where you can witness such a unique monochromatic landscape. The beauty of this valley has been promoted worldwide, with its pictures often used in Turkey's tourism advertisements. Once known as "The Monks Valley," Pasabag Fairy Chimney Valley is situated on the right-hand side of the Goreme-Avanos main road. Its stunning collection of peculiar fairy chimneys is a sight to behold. Some of the multi-bodied and multi-headed formations were utilized by monks who once lived there to build chapels and sitting areas. One of the three-headed fairy chimneys contains a chapel and a seclusion room dedicated to Saint Simeon. Access to this stylite is via a narrow chimney entrance, and it's adorned with crucifixes. The fairy chimney also features ovens, sitting quarters, sleeping areas, and windows that allow natural light to filter through. Pasabag Fairy Chimneys are situated between the towns of Cavusin and Avanos, and there is a local bus service available from Goreme every hour until the junction. After alighting, it's a 10-minute walk to reach the fairy chimneys, where an entrance fee of 150 Turkish Lira per person applies. The same ticket provides access to Zelve Open Air Museum. We recommend visiting the area earlier in the day, as the rock formations reflect the sun's rays in the afternoon, making it challenging to take good photos. The best time to visit is at sunset. Alternatively, if you have a car, you can use the following GPS coordinates to get there: 38°40'40.9″N 34°51'18.3″E. We offer Small Group Highlights of Cappadocia tour for 100 Euro per person including professionally licensed English speaking guide, entrance ticket and transportation and lunch. We also have Private Cappadocia Delight Tour visiting Pasabag Fairy Chimneys.