Ihlara is a township with own municipality in Aksaray Province, Central Anatolia, Turkey.
The most important rock church in the area. The figurative frescoes are still to be seen on the walls.
This caravanserai was built in the 13th century and has remained impressive until today. A prime example of Seljuk architecture.
Located 1 km from the Selime entrance of Ihlara Valley, this stone-made hotel offers Wi-Fi and bicycles for free.
Visit these ruins of caravansarai to examine the medieval means of travelling and lodging. The portal decoration remained intact.
Impressive ruins of a traditional Turkish roadside inn that has been serving to passers-by moving along the Silk Route.