Hotels in Beldibi
Popular hotels in Beldibi
Aska Lara Resort and Spa
Turkey, Antalya, Lara
Beach Club Doganay
Turkey, Antalya, Alanya
Turkey, Antalya, Lara
Kleopatra Arsi Hotel
Turkey, Antalya, Manavgat
Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Antalya
Limak Atlantis Deluxe Hotel & Resort
Turkey, Antalya, Belek
Side Crown Palace
Turkey, Antalya, Side
Grand Park Lara
Turkey, Antalya, Lara-Kundu
Senza The Inn Resort & Spa
Turkey, Antalya, Alanya
Turkey, Antalya, Lara-Kundu
Places similar to Beldibi to visit
If you enjoy the finer things in life, a Belek holiday is sure to tick all the right boxes. You’ll find this ritzy resort on the sun-soaked Turkish Riviera, complete with one of the region’s most spectacular beaches, pristine championship golf courses, and superb scenery at every turn. Belek is an ideal destination if your idea of a perfect holiday involves plenty of down-time and lots of glitz and glamour.
There are many exciting attractions nearby, too! The resort is just a stone’s throw from some of Antalya’s most famous historic sites, including the ancient city of Perga (or Perge). Visitors looking to get their culture and sightseeing fix can travel to nearby Antalya city centre in no time. It's one of the Turkish towns and cities close to Belek offering traditional food and an authentic urban atmosphere. So you can get a taste of local life before heading back to your beautiful resort for some peace and tranquillity.
Things to do
Sit back and relax at one of Belek’s beautiful beaches. The long stretch of golden sand is ideal for sunbathing, while a swim in the tranquil water is sure to cool you down. To discover this Turkish town’s history, plan a day or two of sightseeing during your Belek holiday. Head for the Roman ruins of Antalya, including the ancient Greek/Roman city of Perge and the vast Aspendos amphitheatre.
If you’re a golfer, why not hit the fairways of one of Belek’s impressive clubs? Six tremendous championship golf courses are dotted around the area. Enjoy a backdrop of scenic green hills and picturesque forests while you play on a green that Tiger Woods has also enjoyed.
That's not all – there are actually around 20 golf courses dotted around the pine forest landscape of Belek, whose warm, dry climate makes for perfect conditions all year round. World-class golf courses are open to beginners and pros, with lessons or independent golfing available to suit you. Belek’s luxurious clubhouses are always fully-stocked, so you can enjoy a relaxing day working on your swing and never need to worry about a thing.
Belek’s long stretch of golden sand shelves gently into the warm, shallow waters of the Mediterranean, making it a great paddling spot for little ones. Recline on a sunlounger and soak up some rays, or shade beneath a parasol and unwind with a good book. Looking for more adventure? Why not hire a jet ski from Belek beach? And if you have other watersports in mind, there are plenty more activities available here.
Many of the best hotels in Belek boast their own area of the beach. If that sounds like a dream come true, it really is that lovely – you’ll be able to enjoy a clean, quiet spot to relax. Fancy a drink? You won’t need to move a muscle when you pick a luxury resort with a bar and snack service straight to your sunbed.
Our top pick of Belek’s fantastic beach hotels? That’s a tough one! But for a brilliant all-rounder, you can’t go wrong with Limak Arcadia Sport Resort Hotel. Walk straight out onto the sand from the gorgeous gardens – utter bliss!
Belek has unique ancient surroundings, making it an excellent destination if your dream holiday includes history and sightseeing. Some of Turkey’s most famous archaeological sites are a stone’s throw from Belek, so book a day trip or head out on your own to discover the area.
The Roman Theatre of Aspendos dates back to 180 AD. It’s just 20 minutes’ drive from Belek, making it easy to see during your holiday. The ruins have held a fair amount of their original structure, ready and waiting for you to explore. One of the best-preserved Ancient Roman theatres in the world, Aspendos would once have seated an audience of over 7,000! Make your way up the stairs and marvel at the arena in all its glory. On the other side of the theatre’s hand-carved archways, views of the landscape are similarly impressive.
If you’re interested in discovering even more history, visit the Ancient City of Perge, a half-hour drive out of Belek. These Lycian, Greek and Roman ruins date back to 1300 BC and feature an even bigger amphitheatre built for an audience of around 14,000. Take a guided tour and learn fascinating stories and facts from times gone by, a memorable way to spend a day on your Belek holiday.
Belek is a purpose-built resort, founded in the 1980s for luxurious golfing holidays. But while there isn't much local culture to discover in the town itself, there's plenty in the surrounding area. Make sure you pay a visit to Manavgat Market, just a short drive from Belek. This traditional Turkish shopping spot boasts a variety of goods, from fragrant herbs to fresh local produce, so you’re sure to find lots of treasures that suit your taste. Browse glistening glass lampshades and handwoven textiles to take a little piece of Turkey back home.
Belek boasts many luxury hotels with sleek bars and restaurants, perfect for relaxing nights on holiday. Head out to dine then kick back and sip a cocktail or two. The swanky resort settings and live music are ideal for holidaymakers looking to unwind. Total night owl? Granada Luxury Belek should be number one on your list, with three bars serving till the strike of midnight, and a disco where you can strut your stuff into the early hours.
Belek itself is a quiet town with very low-key nightlife, so if you’re looking for a big blow-out, you might need to travel a little further. For a buzzy atmosphere and dancing into the night, head to nearby Antalya, 40 minutes’ drive from Belek. The city is home to all sorts of restaurants, bars, and clubs, so it’s popular with people looking for fun in the sun. Well worth visiting for an exciting night out on your Belek holiday!
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Sitting pretty on Turkey’s southwest coastline is Lara Beach, a glamorous resort that’s packed with glitzy hotels and hot entertainment. In fact, it’s often seen as Turkey’s answer to Las Vegas, except here you get the added benefit of a picture-postcard eight-kilometre beach – what’s not to love?
Suppose you can tear yourself away from the sights and sounds of the resort for the day. In that case, a trip to historic Antalya is almost definitely in order. The biggest city on the Turkish Med, it should come as no surprise that Antalya is packed with things to see and do.
Lara Beach holidays are the perfect choice for plenty of fun in the sun, no matter what you want to do during your Turkish holiday.
Things to do
Take a stroll along Lara Beach’s sun-soaked waterfront and set up for a day on the sand. Sink into a sun lounger, kick back, and relax. Enjoy a few hours dozing in the beautiful weather before heading out for a snorkel in the crystalline sea.
There are many luxurious hotels along the waterfront, all of which come with their own entertainment, bars, and restaurants. You’ll be welcome to dip into any of these glitzy spots for an afternoon or evening. Lara Beach holidays are perfect for couples, groups, or families looking to relax, with many different areas to suit every taste.
If you love a bit of retail therapy, check out the designer shops in Lara Beach, or pick up a unique souvenir at the local markets. Or if you’re interested in the local culture, head to the ancient city of Antalya, which is brimming with history.
The clue’s in the name; Lara Beach is an ideal holiday destination if you’re looking to relax on the shore. The resort is centred around its beautiful Blue Flag beach, which boasts soft golden sand and shallow turquoise waters, perfect for paddling. The beach is lined with luxury resorts, which means plenty of facilities like sun loungers and parasols to make you more comfortable.
If you prefer to enjoy the beach from the sea, dive in! There are opportunities for watersports and snorkelling at Lara Beach, so take a stroll along the shore and see what you can find.
Turkey’s Las Vegas
They don’t call it Turkey’s Vegas for nothing! Lara beach boasts a vibrant and diverse nightlife, thanks to its number of glamorous hotels and resorts drawing in a fun-seeking crowd every year. There are several bars and clubs within the resort’s five-star hotels to keep you entertained, while lots of more laid-back spots can also be discovered.
If you’re in the mood for a big night out, head away from Lara Beach to Belek or Antalya. These two major Turkish cities are around 30 minutes’ drive from Lara Beach and are home to all the nightlife you might expect from a busy urban area. Whether you’re searching for a sports bar, cocktails and live music, dance music until the early hours, you’re sure to find your perfect evening in one of these exciting destinations.
Keen historians can discover many unique sites and ruins near Lara Beach, with excursions running from many hotels in the area. Head out to Termessoss National Park, and you’ll find Gulluck Mountain, which is adorned on its side with the ruins of a Pisidian city. Visitors will need to hike to reach these ancient ruins, but it’s well worth the effort to see something so special.
Antalya is also home to some one-of-a-kind rock tombs, which lie in an ancient town called Myra. Myra has a rich and varied past. Once Ancient Greek, then Roman, Byzantine Greek, and Ottoman Greek, the area is steeped in history. From connections to Saint Nicholas to Apollo, the God of the Sun, there are plenty of things to see and learn about when you spend a day here.
Food & drink
Food and drink often make up a big part of our holidays. You won’t be disappointed when you choose Lara Beach! The glitzy destination is home to many luxury hotels, all of which come with their own excellent restaurants. Dress up and dine in style when you head to one of these swish spots.
If you want to sample something a little more traditional, head into Antalya city centre, where the streets are peppered with exciting local restaurants. Try Antalya’s unique piyaz salad, one of the city’s most famous dishes of small beans and tahini. More Turkish dishes to look out for include rich, tomato saksuka, vegetarian mercimek kofte, or a delicious, hearty kebab.
Looking for something sweet? It has to be fresh Turkish delight. Grab some from a local maker to carry with you while you explore. The bustling atmosphere in Antalya goes on well into the night, so stay for a few after-dinner drinks before heading back to the comfort of Lara Beach.
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Nestled just behind the Taurus Mountains, Alanya is a pretty little medieval town with a long stretch of sandy beach that’s perfect for families. Find a quiet spot on the shore and enjoy the views of the Mediterranean Sea, or head to the bars and restaurants around the harbour for a great night out, Turkish style.
Things to do
Find yourself a quiet spot on Cleopatra Beach and lie back and enjoy the sunshine. Admire the emerald waters as you parasail or cruise along the coast. Make sure you follow the long road to the famous Seljuk castle and watch the boats as they enter the harbour. Kick your evening off with a refreshing cocktail in a bar on the beach. As the sun goes down, head to the centre of town to one of the lively bars or clubs.
Alanya is well known for its beautiful beaches and turquoise waters. Take your pick from a duo of award-winning sand spots, separated by a peninsula. On one side you’ve got the two-kilometre stretch known as Cleopatra (aptly named after the world-renowned Egyptian Queen) with its dramatic castle views, bar-lined promenade and family-friendly facilities. While Eastern Beach is a rockier number, perfect for avid snorkellers looking to explore the underwater wonders of the Med.
And you’ll find plenty of stylish stays along Alanya’s coastline too, just think of the sunset viewings! Looking for an all-singing, all-dancing All Inclusive break just footsteps from the ocean? Long Beach Resort not only places you 200m from the Turkish Riviera, but it’s home to four a la carte restaurants, boasts 5 flashy stars and has its own waterpark as well as a funfair! The beachfront base of the luxurious Eftalia Ocean won’t disappoint either. But if the spa scene is just as important as the seascapes, Alan Xafira Deluxe should be on your must-visit list.
History and culture
The popular resort has both a contemporary and traditional feel to it and is located on the south west coast of Turkey. This means that anyone wanting to travel here can expect to find long stretches of golden sand and beautiful, turquoise waters. Tourism in the city developed in the late 1950s as many people came to Alanya to visit the Damlatas Caves, which are well known for their healing qualities. Alanya was once called Korakesion, which translates, to beautiful mountain, thanks to the rocky landscape and magnificent mountains that surround the area.
Food and drink
There are plenty of great places to eat and drink in Alanya, with variety to suit any appetite. Whether you want to sample traditional Turkish delights or even Belgium waffles and crepes, this resort has it all. Vintage Brasserie & Winehouse is a popular restaurant that has a hassle free approach to fine dining. If you don’t know what you want to order, the helpful staff are on hand to recommend delicious dishes. Sample freshly made cuisine and drink from the carefully selected wine menu in a calming, cosy setting.
As well as the food, Alanya is also home to a selection of bars that open daily. Grab a partner and dance in the Latino themed bar or boogie the night away on the two dance floors to the latest music at the Havana Club. Have a fresh, fruity cocktail or two and party the night away under the indoor palm trees.
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