Argos In Cappadocia
Argos In Cappadocia
Some come to this land simply to tour and some come to savor every moment… Some arrive armed with preconceptions and some bring with them a sense of wonder… Some are happy to take away a few memories and some go home enriched for life…Located in the heart of Cappadocia on the site of an ancient monastery in Old Uçhisar Village, Argos in Cappadocia has carefully restored the remains of historical dwellings, underground tunnels and caves to offer our guests not only an unsurpassed place to stay but a unique perspective from which to view this magical land.Beyond the postcards, the photo opportunities, the souvenirs and the accelerated tours awaits the real Cappadocia, and the best way to discover it is to step into another world and another time. And that’s exactly what we at Argos in Cappadocia set out to do some years ago: to discover and to reveal for our guests the real
Our recipe for success is quite simple! Only fresh local ingredients are used and interpreted with contemporary cooking techniques to create incredible and unique flavors which are complemented with Kalecik Karası and Syrah wines produced with grapes from our vineyards. At SEKI, you can begin your gastronomic journey with duck confit wrapped in chard leaves with spicy apricot sauce and roasted almonds; continue your feast with a main dish of lamb cutlet with grape molasses, “firik” pilaf and fresh garden herbs; and top off your first-class meal with a traditional quince dessert with mince and clotted cream, a local and unique treat.
The world’s largest monastery compound is in the heart of Cappadociaand it has a unique and unequaled cellar. For thousands of years its tunnels and cellar, where for tens of thousands of years wine has matured in solitude, have patiently waited for the arrival of guests. To experience this magical ambiance first hand, all you have to do is visit SEKI’s underground cellars. At SEKI’s cellar, you will find a majority of the best wines from the Anatolian region,attend wine tastings and get detailed information on Anatolian winemaking and Turkish winemakers.