Loggerhead turtles, sunshine, white sandy beaches, historical sites and golf sums up holidays in the family resort of Belek in the South of Turkey. Surrounded by fragrant eucalyptus groves and pine forests, Belek is located at the foot of the Taurus Mountains and boasts one of the finest beaches in Turkey. The beach’s 10 miles of white sands shelve gently to the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean, the perfect spot for watersports and also a favourite of families with children. The resident colony of loggerhead turtles are a sight not to be missed. With no less than six world class golf courses in and around the resort, holidays in Belek are an increasingly popular choice with golf enthusiasts. A great choice of top class accommodation and a year-round sunny climate add to Belek’s appeal too. Culture lovers will enjoy exploring the Aspendos Theatre, the City Walls and Hadrian Gate in town, or a little further afield there’s Antalya, Perge and the Koprulu National Park. Nearby Kadriye is a shoppers delight with its many bazaars to enjoy. Whether you're looking for a family holiday, a romantic break, or a fun-packed break with friends, a holiday in Belek has something for everyone.
Things To Do
You'll be spoilt for things to do during a holiday in Belek. The long sandy beach is home to watersports galore from scuba diving to windsurfing and sailing. Try your hand at minigolf or enjoy a full round of golf at one of the many world class courses in and around Belek. Take a jeep safari around the Taurus Mountains or enjoy a boat trip to explore the beautiful Turkish coastline. Visit the ancient ruins of the Aspendos Theatre and see the Roman city walls.
The resort of Belek enjoys a lively nighttime scene. There are plenty of bars, pub and discos to choose from, offering everything from traditional entertainment to live music and dancing. Hotelbased offerings include traditional bellydancing and live music shows.
Food & Drink
You'll find lots of choices to tempt your tastebuds on a holiday in Belek. Turkish specialities not to miss include locally caught fish and seafood, dolmas and kofte meatballs. Try some traditional Turkish sweet apple tea or some strong coffee, while a glass of raki or local wine make a good accompaniment to your meal.