Kapuzbaşı Waterfalls, Kayseri
The Kapuzbaşı Waterfalls are in the village of Kapuzbaşı, about 80 kilometers from the center of the Yahyalı district of Kayseri and are within the Aladağlar National Park. The most remarkable feature of the waterfalls is that they pour out directly from the source.
The waterfalls promise to refresh visitors with their calm waters on hot summer days. It's fascinating to see seven separate waterfalls flowing from the slopes of the mountain. There are hiking trails and picnic areas around the waterfalls where you can rest and enjoy the soothing effect of flowing water.
Yerköprü Waterfall, Konya
Yerköprü Waterfall, located on the Göksu River, which flows through Konya in the Central Anatolia region of Türkiye and towards the Mediterranean Sea, descends from a height of 20 meters. The water from the waterfall flows through the city of Mersin and into the Mediterranean Sea. If you visit this waterfall in spring, you can witness the rejuvenation of nature.
Don’t forget to buy fresh fruit from the villagers’ stands around the waterfall!
Sızır Waterfall, Sivas
Sızır Waterfall, located in the Gemerek district of Sivas, awaits visitors who wish to admire the beauty of nature. The waterfall is located on the Göksu Stream, one of the tributaries of the Kızılırmak River, and is also called “Göksu Waterfall.” There are lovely restaurants and teahouses around the waterfall with fantastic views.
Dipsiz Göl Waterfall, Sivas
Dipsiz Göl Waterfall in the Doğanşar district of Sivas is located approximately 82 kilometers from the city center of Sivas. The waterfall gets its name from the fact that the depth of the lake in the area is unknown - in Turkish, “Dipsiz Göl” means “the lake without a floor.” Dipsiz Göl Waterfall has a height of 50 meters.
In the surrounding nature, you can find areas to camp, trek, and hike.