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Belek Introduction

With its sun-drenched climate, pristine golden beaches and emerald-green pine forests, Belek finds favour with everyone from fun-loving families and friends to loved-up couples hoping for a splash of romance in the sizzling Mediterranean. Away from the sand, this popular spot – widely known as "the Beverly Hills of the Turkish Riviera" – offers world-championship golf courses, an array of cultural hotspots and a colourful traditional bazaar. A purpose-built holiday resort, this is the break you've been dreaming of.

Hotels in Belek

A parade of upmarket accommodation along the beachfront offers up plenty of choice for those looking for luxury resorts, holiday villages and hotels in Belek. With amenities including sparkling indoor and outdoor pools, water parks, manicured golf greens and swish full-service spas, these swanky hotels and resorts don't hold back on laying on the good stuff for their guests. Despite its glitz and glamour, it's still possible to find cheap hotels in Belek – many of which are a little less flash but often well-equipped when it comes to holiday essentials, such as pools, on-site dining and that all-important WiFi.

Where to stay

The seafront properties are among the more luxurious resorts and hotels. Choose one of these and you'll enjoy easy access to the beach as well as every amenity you can think of. Behind the sprawling golf courses that back onto these plush holiday spots, Belek town's tree-lined boulevards are home to a fairly diverse range of hotels. While some of these benefit from their own 4 or 5-star rating, this is also where you'll find most of the more laid-back options. These discount hotels may not be steps from the sand, but are typically well maintained and close to shopping, dining and the bustling weekly bazaar.

Things to see

A taste of the good life is easy to come by in Belek. While the beach is the obvious draw, this swathe of golden sand is also the perfect launchpad for a mind-blowing portfolio of water sports – wakeboarding, jet-skiing and waterskiing are all on the agenda. For families, a visit to the Troy Aqua Park and Dolphinarium is always a crowd-pleaser with the kids, while those on an adults-only getaway may prefer to check out the championship golf courses, not forgetting the exclusive dining available at the 19th holes. Budding historians, meanwhile, find plenty to get their teeth into – the town is within a short drive of magical open-air performances at the well-preserved Aspendos amphitheatre and the colonnaded streets of the ancient Roman port of Perge. Those keen to blow some of their holiday spends will likely enjoy the exclusive line-up of boutique shopping at nearby Antalya.

How to get to Belek

Antalya Airport serves the entire Turquoise Coast and is well connected to airports in the UK, not to mention within an hour's drive of most Belek hotels and resorts. If you've opted for a luxury break you'll likely find that transfers are laid on by your resort, though if you're left to your own devices it's simple enough to travel there under your own steam. Shuttle buses are plentiful, as are private transfers, the latter meaning your holiday can start that bit quicker. Much of the town is walkable, though travel in Belek is often best accomplished via the plentiful local taxis.