Thoroughly recommend you walk this valley. It is stunning,peaceful, beautiful, not too difficult apart from a climb at the other end.
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One of the stopping places to enjoy the beautiful scenery, the carved stone hill, with the many pigeons flying around. We can also buy food to be given to the pigeon.
The place are named as Pigeon Valley because people raise pigeons here. As a result, you can expect to see many pigeons when coming here. We didn't hike here even though this place is famous for hiking. We only spent five minutes for taking pictures....More
More of the wonderful views in the area, with a village in the distance, and large groups of pigeons performing intricate flights into the valley. Look for the little holes where the pigeons have built houses in the caves. The Evil Eye Tree is another...More
If you make the trip to Uchisar castle then finish it off with a walk along Pigeon Valley, a short walk away. Pigeon valley was green and fertile with easy walking along the valley bottom with the flowing magical rock formations all along its length....More
I am pleased I went but wouldn't mind if I never saw it again. Not a fan of pigeons although I appreciate they are respected in Turkey. Unlike in the UK. You can pay to feed the pigeons or put a donation in the box...More
When we went there it was drizzling . It was a beautiful view, although packed you could walk down look at the pigeon caves or just get a beautiful view from the top.