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Yenikoy can be found 170 miles southeast of the national capital, Ankara.
Make sure that your stay is an adventurous one by spending time at the nearby environmental reserves. Mount Hasan, located just 30 miles away, is highly recommended.
See what local events are taking place in the wider region and visit Bor or Eregli.
Think about taking the family to Ihlara, a regional hub just 35 miles to the north of Yenikoy. This area has a range of visitor attractions, such as Guzelyurt Valley Monastery, Koc Church and Sivisli Church. Monastery Valley and Yüksek Kilise & Manastır are more great additions to your to-do list.
One of the nicest ways to discover this region's natural landscapes is to go mountain biking or mountain climbing.
It's pretty hard to feel stressed after you've been cycling. Picnicking is another pleasant way to kick back and relax in Anatolian Plateau.
Traveling to unknown lands sometimes encourages the adventurer in people. If you're feeling brave, be sure to sign up for some hot air ballooning.
Spend a day exploring the region's art museums, history museums and craft workshops. These cultural hotspots are well frequented by travelers, particularly when the storm clouds roll in.
Searching for something out in the open that will please the whole family? This region offers visitors some fantastic open-air museums.
If you're not already a history aficionado, you might become one after exploring the region's fascinating ruins, traditional villages, old towns and fortresses.
For a glimpse into the spiritual life of Anatolian Plateau, visitors usually make the trip out to some of its churches, mosques and shrines.
Often, a region's true character can be found in its culinary arts.
To discover the real essence of the gastronomic landscape, make sure to try out popular local ingredients like beans and chickpeas.
Any proud food lover should ensure they taste gözleme (turkish pancake) and boyoz (pastry) before making their way to any other local dishes.
After the main course is done and over with, treat yourself to some delicious sütlaç (rice pudding).
Pause for a moment and relax with a Efes Light or two. This refreshing beer is a top choice with the locals.
It's always a good idea to have a glass of the region's finest when you dine out in one of the local eateries. Kalecik karasÄ± and papazkarasÄ± are just two of the popular options around here.
After you have spent your last liras and it's time to go home, remember to say a last "Hoşçakal" to Yenikoy.
You shouldn't worry about catching your flight. Just be aware that the nearest airport is 75 miles to the north.