This subterranean labyrinth city with four levels and a depth of 40 meters is the second largest underground shelter of the region.. One of the most visited underground city since its discovery in 1964. Kaymaklı features air tunnels, scores of living rooms, storage chambers, a kitchen, a chapel and millstones(which are used as doors).
The valley was named after the scores of pigeon houses carved into the rocks. They were utilized to collect pigeon droppings that were then used as fertilisor.This practice has been sustained to the present day, though to a lesser extent.
6 km, trekking about 2,5 hours