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It is located roughly 170 miles from Ankara, the national capital.
If you're looking for an outdoor activity, put on your hiking boots and head out to Mount Hasan. It's located around 30 miles from Yenikoy.
Bor and Eregli are just two of the many other places worth checking out while you're in the area. They're 17 miles and 19 miles away, respectively.
Guzelyurt, a regional centre, is another interesting place to visit. It lies about 40 miles from Yenikoy and boasts a bunch of decent things to see, including Sivisli Church, Guzelyurt Valley Monastery and Koc Church. Sümbüllü Kilise and Kokar Kilise are additional sites that should be high on every traveller's itinerary.
Anatolian Plateau has loads of fun ways to take in its alluring landscapes. Adventurous types should try out a bit of mountain biking or mountain climbing.
If you like to stay active without completely draining your energy levels, why not try cycling? Picnicking is another relaxed way to spend a day outdoors.
After some hot air ballooning through the sky in Anatolian Plateau, who can predict what adventures you'll be next to try?
If the weather forecast isn't that great, plan a trip to the region's art museums, history museums and craft workshops.
Pack your camera and make your way to one of the pleasant outdoor activities in Anatolian Plateau. Its open-air museums are there to be explored.
Relish the atmosphere as you learn about the past at the historic sites of Anatolian Plateau. You're not going to regret heading out on the trip to its ruins, traditional villages, old towns and fortresses.
Anatolian Plateau has been blessed with a rich spiritual dimension. This is reflected in its wonderful churches, mosques and shrines.
Trying out different cuisines is one of the best ways of getting to know a destination. So be sure to stop by some of the region's bars, cafés and restaurants.
A memorable meal relies upon the quality of its components. Luckily for us, the beans and chickpeas are among the best in the world.
Eat like the locals do by ordering gözleme (turkish pancake) and boyoz (pastry).
After you are finished with your main course, indulge in the delectable sütlaç (rice pudding).
Efes Light is a favourite beer. Head on down to the nearest watering hole, sit back and give it a try!
Many would say that the perfect dish is one that is accompanied by a glass of wine. If you'd like to try a local drop, kalecik karasÄ± and papazkarasÄ± are both good choices.
Ready to say a final Sonra görüşürüz to Yenikoy? Pick up some last-minute mementoes with the last of your Turkish liras to ensure you never forget your amazing trip.
Sakirpasa Airport (ADA) is your closest airport at roughly 75 miles to the southeast, so just make sure you give yourself plenty of time.