Destinations

Main Cities

- Ankara

- Istanbul

 

Holiday Travel

- Adana

- Alanya

- Antalya

- Altinkum

- Belek

- Bodrum

- Bursa

- Dalaman

- Dalyan

- Fethiye

- Gocek

- Izmir

- Kas

- Kemer

- Kusadasi

- Marmaris

Belek Travel Guide

The history of Belek dates back to the 4th Century B.C. It has gone through the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Seljuk influences. This had an impact on the architectural and sculptural magnitude of the place. When King Attalos II granted the territory over to the Romans in 133BC, the Roman influence became principal and was beginning to establish in the appearance of the gymnasiums, stadiums, large buildings, mosques, turrets and many theatres that were constructed during that time.

 

 

If you are a traveler longing for archeology and history, the Aspendos Theatre would possibly be your prime interest in Belek. Crafted by the great architect Zenon during the 2nd Century, it has been the finest conserved antique theatre till today. With a seating capacity of 20000, it exhibits an excellent example of expertise in engineering and architecture that has survived till now. The galleries, stage decorations and the acoustics created it as an architectural spectacle

that is worth visiting. It has been conserved delicately. Even till today, recitals and concerts are held at the Aspendos Theatre throughout the summer months.

 

BelekAnother attraction of Belek is its six fantastic golf courses. Belek has been developed largely as a striking place for golfing and holidays. It is one of Turkey’s leading golf centers together with a 18-hole world-class golf course where golfers from beginner professional attributes can sharpen their abilities. The golf clubs are paired into two groups in ten minutes driving distances of each other. The majority of the hotels and golfing resorts are situated in between, adding up to the tourists' convenience. Find more luxury golf resorts and various class accommodations at Belek Hotels guide.

 

Belek lets you pick from a range of broad choices of exploration, sports like sailing, rafting, water skiing, wind surfing, mountain climbing, and hunting as well. Belek is just the right place for visitors who are obsessed with sports.

 

In case you have a stress-free holiday in mind, you can go for the never-ending white beaches in Belek. The various beach resorts are gifted with the sights of the pine forests in the backdrop. The river flowing into the meadows from

the Taurus Mountains brings comfort to the tired body and stressed out mind. The water is serene, so kids can play unharmed whilst you can spend the day swimming or sunbathing.

 

One foremost benefit of a vacation to Belek is that it is idyllically situated to create short journeys to other places

of awareness in Antalya when residing here.

 

From Belek, an individual can stop at Perge- a place 18 kilometers away from Antalya. St. Paul was believed to have sermonized a few of his earliest sermons here. Once again the public baths, gymnasium, architecture, creates the major appeal. You may taste a few typical Turkish dishes as well and enjoy the open-air disco at night.

 

The Koprulu National Park is a day's expedition from Belek. The picturesque loveliness of the meandering mountain course catches the travelers by surprise at each turn. Several other places worth visiting are the Manavgat Falls where the creamy white bubbling waters rush over the rocks, and Burdur, the Roman city of Termossa up in the mountains that was originated by Alexander.