Turkey is getting popular among European golfers, and golf tourism in Turkey is a thriving industry that appears as a country that offers some of the best golf breaks available. When the sun shines, golf is a surprisingly beautiful game, but the golf course can become a lonely place when there is wind and humidity. It is almost guaranteed that the weather will be warm and sunny with a golf break in Turkey.
Enjoy a fantastic Golf holiday in Turkey
The most important golf courses in Turkey are located in the Belek-Antalya region, which is located on the south coast, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and next to the gulf, the region offers many cultural attractions, as one would expect from a region full of history.
Belek is heavily dependent on tourism and golf tourists, in particular, you can enjoy a range of luxury hotels, as well as a selection of eleven Golf courses. Away from the golf course, the thriving city also offers many restaurants, bars, and attractions to socialize. Turkey offers excellent value for money, not only on the golf course, but also on the cost, and the food and drinks offered are usually among the cheapest, but the most quality found throughout Europe. Also, the Turkish population is making additional efforts so that visitors can enjoy their stay to the fullest.
A little further away is the area of Antalya, from where Belek is located, with many cultural and historical sites, such as the ancient amphitheater Aspendos and the Roman ruins of Perge. To take a step back in time, visit Side, which is just a short drive from Belek. Although it is now a health resort, there are still huge ruins to be seen throughout the city and it is one of the most famous and important classical places in the country.
To get back on the golf, the Golf course of the region can be classified, are among the best in Europe, and several big names that can be attributed to the design of Golf courses in the region, including David Feherty, Colin Montgomerie, Sir Nick Faldo, by the National Golf Club, designed by David Feherty and tallies through the forest of pine trees and eucalyptus on the background of the snow-capped peaks of the Taurus mountains. The national landscape has an abundance of natural lakes, as well as many bunkers filled with sparkling white sand; provides a great challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Other nearby courses include Lykia Links Golf Course, Cornelia Deluxe Resort, whose grounds were designed by Sir Nick Faldo and included the David Leadbetter Academy and the Carya Golf Course. But any of the beautiful golf courses in Belek that you choose to start your Belek golf holidays, you can be sure that you will be the reward of an excellent and enjoyable experience, both on and off the field. As Turkey and especially the Belek region now compete with the Algarve in terms of golf visitors, Belek and its golf courses will bring them back again and again.