Ceramics and Pottery for a Day in Cappadocia + Best tours advice


Pottery art isn’t really new to Cappadocia; its origins date back to the Hittites. Making pottery was also seen in Çatalhöyük, in Anatolia, during the Neolithic period (7000 BC). It didn’t stop there; the tremendous handcrafting skill has been passed down until today, making Cappadocia a notable spot. Cappadocia has a wide range of pottery/ceramics workshops, with new styles and products continuing to emerge!

Ceramics and Pottery for a Day in Cappadocia Tour

Immerse yourself in the secrets of the traditional pottery workshops and demonstrations. The ancestral techniques and know-how of the craftsmen workshop will show you all the secrets.


Typical pottery workshop in Cappadocia

In the small town of Avanos, visitors can learn the ancient art form from master potters who employ traditional tools and techniques to create stunning works. The workshops are called ‘Chez’ and offer classes throughout the day.

Classes are typically around half a day in length and include everything from clay preparation to decorating glazing. At the end of the session, you can take your unique creations home with you as mementos of your time spent in magical Cappadocia.

If you don’t want to get your hands dirty on the trip, head over to the Guray Museum and discover some of the area works may of both clay and stone.


What to Expect?

If you want to have a different but colorful experience for a short time, this is your chance to head on a fantastic ceramic and pottery tour in Cappadocia. This magical town will steal your heart with fairy chimneys, valleys, houses, tasty food, air balloons, and more.

The craftsmanship and skills poured into creating each piece of the handmade and hand-decorated ceramics and potteries collected worldwide will mesmerize you!

About Typical Ceramics and Pottery Tour

Join this tour around the heart of the picturesque Cappadocia, where you’ll be accompanied by a guide and learn about the process that might ignite the talent you’ve been hiding in you for many years. Who knows, perhaps you will be a pottery pro someday if you keep it up.

Typical Ceramics and Pottery-Tour Itinerary Details

  • 3 Different Venues/Shops/Studios
  • Private Tour with a Guide
  • Lasts 3-hours
  • Easy Cancellation
  • Full Refund (If you cancel within 48 hours)

Perfect tour for hands-on learners who want to make and decorate their very first pottery during the tour! Great news: You can take your unique pottery with you.

Included
  • Complimentary hotel pick-up/drop-off
  • Professional English-speaking guide
Not Included
  • Lunch

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Local Recommendations from Cappadocia4U team

If youʻre visiting Cappadocia for the first time, we have you covered. Below are some of the top recommendations, tours and experiences!

Some useful info

  • Cappadocia is the name of the region situated in the middle of Turkey. It is mostly known by the three popular towns of Goreme, Urgup and Uchisar but actually it is the name of the very big region spread through the cities of Nevsehir, Kirsehir, Nigde, Aksaray and Kayseri.
  • If you are first-time visitor, want to get familiar, please read our Cappadocia for first timers guide.
  • If you are not sure how to travel, please read our Traveling to Cappadocia guide.
  • If you don't know where to stay, please read our Where to Stay in Cappadocia guide for regions, and Accommodation guide for hotels.
  • If it is hard to plan your days, please read our Ideal 3-Days Cappadocia itinerary.

Top Attractions & Sights

There are 6 must do and see in Cappadocia that you won't want to miss!

  1. Hot Air Balloon Rides (the most exciting attractions in the world)
  2. Goreme Open Air Museum (some best-preserved examples of Byzantine rock-cut architecture and frescoes in the world)
  3. Pasabag Monks Valley (one of the most popular fairy chimneys areas)
  4. Uchisar Castle (highest point, the biggest fairy chimney)
  5. Derinkuyu Underground City (one of the largest underground cities in the world, 8th century BC)
  6. Ihlara Valley (fantastic canyon with a depth of about 100 mt. and 14 km. length)

Tip-1: One of the best ways to explore Cappadocia is by taking a sightseeing tour, so that you can cover all the top sights. Three main sightseeing tours available: Red Tour (covers the highlights of the region), Green Tour (best of natural and historical sites), and Blue Tour (lesser-known sights, off-the-beaten-path experience)

Tip-2: Private Tours are also good choice within a well-planned and custom itinerary along with a private vehicle, driver and professional guide. Great for those who don't have a car or don't know the region well.

For leisure activities we'd recommend 2 must-take attractions! Don't miss! Wine Tasting and Photo Shooting