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Belek is one of the newest resorts in Turkey, therefore it cannot be proud of its rich cultural heritage and centuries old history. The majority of its sights have natural origin. Therefore, Belek attracts not only fans of beach holidays, but also fans of eco-tourism. Beautiful Kursunlu Waterfall is considered the main symbol of Belek. As a rule, a trip to the waterfall is usually accompanied with a walk through the nearby forests, where you can see rare birds and enjoy the look of exotic plants. Fans of outdoor recreation can participate in longer camping trips – tourists are provided with an opportunity to stay in this tropical paradise and enjoy its beauty for a few days. Continue your acquaintance with the unique nature of Belek in the reserve called Köprülü Canyon, which square estimates 500 hectares. The territory of the reserve is the location of a beautiful eucalyptus grove, pistachio trees, and majestic cypress trees. Giant turtles are the main inhabitants of these places. Of course, you will see many other animals, for example, tourists are usually amazed by dozens of species of rare birds. Belek suburbs are the location of several notable historic places of interest, which are also included in the compulsory excursion program. Holiday-makers should not forget to visit the place called Perge. In the territory of this settlement you will find the ruins of ancient buildings that appeared here yet in 4th century BC. Here travelers can see the ruins of an ancient … Read further

Our guide to Belek

Travel guide to Belek

The modern resort town is attractive and has well-developed sports infrastructure. In its territory and in the vicinity there are several excellent golf centres, and there are excellent conditions for water sports too. Fans of outdoor activities will be offered many interesting hikes, as well as horseback rides. One of the main symbols of Belek is a mosque, it is in the heart of the city and is a true example … Open

Review of luxury hotels

A luxury hotel Rixos Premium Belek can hardly be called a usual hotel in the conventional sense of the word. That’s a single complex with one of the largest shopping malls in Belek, which covers more than 400,000 m2. In addition, the hotel has a magnificent water park covering an area of 12,000 m2; a 1,000-meter long landscaped beach is available to fans of water activities. Gastronomic infrastructure of the … Open

Stylish hotels

Luxurious Spice Hotel & Spa, which is designed in inimitable national style, offers to enjoy oriental flavor. A spacious hall is painted in golden tones and faced with chic marble; a delightful fountain is set in the center of the hall. Furniture upholstered in velvet of noble shades can be seen everywhere throughout the hotel. Large mirrors and paintings in gilt frames give a special touch to the ambience. … Open

Advices for travellers

10. The system of public transport is well-developed in the city. Buses appear early in the morning and work until 20:00. Micro-buses are another common and popular form of public transport. You can catch them until late in the evening. 9. The tourists, who hope to use a taxi, should keep in mind that taxi rates are two times higher at night. Taxis charge basic rate from 6:00 to 24:00. 8. … Open

Active recreation

Popular water entertainment includes rafting and cruises. Companies like Belek Yacht or Tourmania are glad to help in this matter. Interesting tours are provided by BDT Belek Doga Tour offering great safari, rafting, and diving opportunities. The beauty that appears before the eyes of everyone who was lucky enough to try this tour will be remembered for a long time. You can also take an exciting tour of Köprülü … Open

Festivals and events in Belek

The most significant Muslim holiday is, of course, the holy month of Ramadan. However, its end is celebrated even more vividly. The celebration lasting 3 non-working days is called Şeker Bayramı. During this time, it is customary to set a rich table, on which there should be many sweets (traditional treats - Rahat-lukum, Baklava, all kinds of candies). Local residents visit their friends or leave the city to … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Turkey

Everyone thinks that tulips originally came from the Netherlands. In reality, these flowers are native to Central Asia and Turkey. Tulips were brought to the Netherlands in the 16th century and quickly became popular there. Tulips are an important element in local art, folklore, and everyday life. Every year, the Islamic country hosts a unique holiday dedicated to this beautiful spring flower. … Open

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