Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Belek - Turkey Travel Guide
Lay back in the spa, perfect your swing or just laze by beautiful beaches.
•Belek is surrounded by mountains dotted with pine forests and eucalyptus groves edged by golden sands and the sparkling blue Mediterranean, it's all about sun, sea, sports and sumptuous hotels in Belek.
•Belek is on the Turkish Riviera. And it has the international jet set visitors and the swanky hotels with lush gardens, gorgeous private beaches and fabulous facilities to prove it.
•It fact there are over 30 stunning 4* and 5* hotels in Belek many offering superb facilities for all the family from stunning spas to 2 PGA Approved 18 hole golf courses to kid's clubs. It is the perfect place for family holidays in Turkey.
•In fact, there is so much going on and the service is so good in the hotels that some people don't leave their hotel all holiday.
•Belek is half way between Antalya and Side. It is a quaint town and has a market, a few shops and a few restaurants.
•Things to do in Belek? If you can bear to drag yourself away from the pool or the lovely beach; there is a great choice of watersports available here ranging from parasailing to pedaloes.
•There are some excellent excursions including rafting trips up in the mountains. As one of our holidaymakers described it “great fun and a great day out.”
•The Fire of Anatolia show at the amphitheatre in Aspestos, is apparently, well worth the money.
•Play Golf in Belek: Golfing holidays in Belek are very popular. There are three courses including the National, designed by David Feherty and David Jones. All are beautiful places to learn the game or improve your handicap as they have been designed with the European golfer in mind and to maximise the beauty of their incredible natural environment.
•According to one of our golf widows: “the golf courses which my husband claims were the best he has played on to date! Antalya course being the best!”.
•And another who advises “Take a trip to Gloria Golf Resort, well worth a trip”.
•“If you are going for golf there are plenty of other courses around so a bit of research would allow you to play a different one each day.”
•When is the best time to visit Belek? May - October.
•Eating Out in Belek: There are not many restaurants in Belek but many of our holidaymakers rate the A La Carte restaurants in their hotels very highly. They are very popular, so on arrival, make sure you book ahead.
•The best restaurant in Belek? According to our holidaymakers is the Belek Beach Club.
•Hotels in Belek:We have an excellent choice of 4* hotels in Belek and many 5* hotels in Belek including our customer favourites, Papillon Belvil Hotel, with our customer rating 5/5 (5 reviews) and Papillon Zeugma (Ai) Hotel with a customer rating of 5/5 (2 reviews). We have many other customer favourite hotels in Belek, check out their reviews.
•There is also the beautiful Kempinski Dome hotel built in the Seljuk style with private butler service, private golf buggies and personal swimming pools. If you do stay here, please write a review of this hotel for us when you get back.
•Holidays to Belek: Choose your cheap flights and hotels with us and plan your holidays in Belek.
•Cheap Flights to Antalya, Turkey:We have cheap flights to Antalya, Turkey with all your favourite airlines and operators. The flight takes just under four hours from UK airports.
•Transfers to Belek We can book your transfers to your hotel in Belek by either shuttle or private taxi. We can also book UK airport car parks online, plus travel insurance and currency exchange for your holiday.
Did you know? The Kurşunlu Waterfall is home to over 100 bird species.The hidden cave at the back of the waterfall is a popular place for visiting.
Posted by john at 06:31