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Belek on the Turkish Riviera is famous for its Blue Flag white sand beaches, calm waters, natural mineral spring spas and pine forests. 4* and 5* resorts are plentiful at amazingly low prices. There are also good golf courses and Koprulu Canyon is worth a visit for zip lining and canoeing and white water rafting. The all inclusive resorts are luxurious and prices for 7 nights all inclusive inc flights start at under £300. See our top selection HERE
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A Guide to Belek

Belek is centrally located in the Turkish Riviera, approximately 31 km from Antalya Airport. The place was originally an inland village, which has grown into a seaside resort. The center consists of a coastal road with several shops. The larger town of Kadriye is about 6 km away.
Nature and culture lovers will not be bored. The beautiful area of Belek has several nature reserves that are home to endangered bird species and sea turtles. You will also find various ruins of ancient cities in the area.
Golf enthusiasts, families with children and those seeking tranquility will find the most fun at this quiet, atmospheric resort on the Turkish Riviera.

Location
The seaside resort of Belek is located in a green, gently sloping environment with beautiful unspoiled nature reserves, sand dunes, pine forests and kilometers of beaches. The hinterland is hillier and more rural with the snowy peaks of the Taurus Mountains in the distance. Near the neighbouring village of Kadriye is a National Park, where sea turtles lay their eggs on the beach.
Belek is centrally located on the Turkish Riviera, about 30 km from the provincial capital Antalya. The place has one of the longest beaches in Turkey and is located in a beautiful green area with spacious bays.

Beaches of Belek
Belek has one of the longest sandy beaches of the Turkish Riviera: The very long Belek beach (about 8 km) consists mainly of sand and the seabed slopes down quite quickly. The beach is in front of the entire place. At various places in the sea there are jetties with steps to get into the sea. The beach has few public accesses, because of the large accommodations located behind the beach. You can rent sun beds, mattresses and umbrellas and there are showers, changing cubicles and catering facilities.

In and around Belek
Discover the breathtaking nature of the Turkish Riviera with a jeep safari. These often also take you to cultural attractions. The adventure usually ends with a tasty Turkish meal.
In the cozy Club Ali Bey Aquapark you will find spectacular slides and a separate section for smaller children. A fantastic water theme park for the whole family!
The unique ruins of Perge, located between Belek and Antalya, show the remains of a great ancient city. Here you can see the main theatre, the stadium and some streets with columns.

Surprising Highlights in Belek
With various sailing yachts or larger tourist boats you can take a pleasant boat trip along the Turkish Riviera. During the trip you will regularly stop in beautiful bays where you can take beautiful pictures of the various sights or take a refreshing dip in the Mediterranean Sea.

Along the coast around Belek, many sea turtles still live on the beach to lay eggs. In the neighbouring town of Kadrye is a nature reserve where you can see these animals with a bit of luck when they lay eggs on the beach or when the little turtles are born. The nature park has drawn up a number of rules that you should definitely adhere to. The slightest distraction can cause the turtles to become disoriented and unable to find their way back.

Beaches of Belek
Belek has a number of bars, restaurants and cafeterias. In most restaurants you can enjoy the tasteful Turkish cuisine. In addition, the place has a number of cafeterias. The venues usually have a terrace and a bar.
The place mainly offers large luxurious all-inclusive accommodations. As a result, the nightlife in the center is fairly quiet. The hotels themselves offer a wide variety of entertainment options.
For a lively night out you can go to the cozy provincial capital Antalya, about 30 km away. Here are several discos, bars and many nice authentic restaurants.

What is the public transport like in Belek?
There is a regular bus service between the center and the beach of Belek. In addition, there is a fairly regular bus connection to Antalya and Serik. There are also minibuses (dolmus buses) running everywhere along the coast. These vans are often privately owned and go to many destinations for little money.
In the summer months, a tourist train runs between the accommodations and the center of Belek.

From Belek you can take a taxi to Kadriye, Serik and Antalya airport. Tip: If you go by taxi, make sure the meter is on or agree a rate before departure.

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