Attractions

Village in Quba to Xınalıq

Xınalıq

By some definitions Xınalıq (2335m) is Europe’s highest village. Its upper half retains many ancient stone houses that form distinctively austere stepped terraces up a steep highland ridge. And the whole scene is of…
Village in Laza

Laza

Encircled by soaring mountains with grass-clad slopes and ribbon waterfalls cascading over perilous cliff edges, Laza's setting is remarkably impressive. The tiny village is diffuse and its houses somewhat banal, bu…
Picnic Area in Quba to Xınalıq

Çaygoșan

One of the most dramatic stretches of the Quba–Xınalıq road starts when it enters a deep, narrow canyon at around Km 34.5. It emerges over 2km later at an uninhabited grassy picnic spot called Çaygoșan, where there …
Village in Quba to Xınalıq

Cek

The minuscule village of Cek (pronounced 'Jek') is a handful of farmsteads around a rocky knob that protrudes from a sweep of grassy mountainside. There's no shop or accommodation infrastructure, but as a viewpoint …
in Xınalıq

Xınalıq Museum