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Things to do in Belek, Turkey.

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Jeep Safari

A Jeep Safari will give you an unforgettable adventure and an opportunity to see Turkey in a different way. You will drive the jeep deep into the wonderful landscape of the Toros mountain range along narrow and dusty tracks where you never know what you will see around the corner. You will visit a small remote Turkish village in the mountains for lunch, cool off in a mountain river, see spectacular waterfalls not visible from normal roads, drive along ravines and pine forests - a great day out for all the family and one you will tell your friends about for years to come.

White Water Rafting

Fantastic safe fun for all the family. The trip organisers take you to the Koprylu Canyon National Park in the Toros Mountains, and drops you off by an old Bridge spanning the canyon, this is your start point. From here the fun really starts with over 13km of white water to navigate, surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. You are accompanied in your raft by a well-trained, experienced and professional rafting guide on your exciting journey. Each raft hold 8-9 persons and life jackets are provided for all and must be worn. Lunch is provided on the river bank (BBQ Buffet style). This whole day activity is one of the most popular trips in the area.

Diving on the Turkish Riviera

Antalya region has the highest number of diving schools in the country & covers many contrasting dive sites. A French military transport ship lies at the entrance to Antalya harbour at a depth of 20-32m, and 1km out from the yacht habour is the wreck of a French battleship which sank in 1942. 200m from the Manavgat there is a American B24 war plane which sank in 1944. Between Lara & Konyaalti beaches there are attractive rock formations and sea life at 14-25m. Underwater you will also find submerged caverns & ancient towns. Full instruction by a qualified PADI instructors for absolute beginners before taking a boat out to a suitable dive site where you will get to dive under instruction in the morning, Then lunch is served either on the boat on a nearby sheltered beach. In the afternoon, you will travel to another dive site for a second dive. A wonderful experience for all who take part. Non-diving partners can also enjoy the day by having a go at snorkling in shallow waters or sunbathing on the boat.


Paragliding is available from both Belek and Kadriye beaches and is a great way to see the area from the air, safe fun for all the family and a good way to cool off after sunbathing on the beach. You can either go on your own or in tandem towed by a powerful boat along the beautiful coastline. The whole experience is magical and so peaceful with just the sound of the wind in the parachute above you. The views are spectacular as you can see the whole coastline and the Toros mountains behind them.

Paintball Games

Paintball is a tactical strategic and fun sport. The object of the game is to try and capture the other team's flag whilst protecting your own. You also have to try and eliminate the opposing team's players by shooting them with a harmless paint ball shot from a special paintgun. Full safety equipment is provided including camoflage overalls, face & head protectors. Each game is played in 15 mins parts, set in a superb forest less than 5 mins drive from our villa. As well as being an exhilarating sport, paintball is also great fun !!

Horse Riding

Horse riding through the forest using the trails then going to the beach to trot through the sea, if that sounds like fun then you should try the riding from Bellis Horse riding club, 5 mins drive away from the villa and catering for all levels from beginners to experienced riders from 1/2 hour to 1/2 day trips you must try this.

Hiking / Trekking

Beaches & Aqua Parks

Belek Beach


Kadryie Beach


Troy Aqua Park


Konyaalti Beach

Antalya's lovely main beach, Konyaalti, is made for relaxing and fun in the sun, with a wide spectrum of watersports on offer. Both up and down the coast there are other beautiful beaches to explore. Local operators of Antalya offer all sorts of sports activities, from mountain biking to bungee jumping. Antalya is full of possibilities for excursions, from magnificent waterfalls and mysterious caves to a plethora of archaeological sites. Antalya has some interesting museums, and nature lovers will enjoy the Karaoglanoglu Park.

Lara Beach

This long sandy beach is about 12km to the east of Antalya with beach services offering sun loungers, umbrellas, snacks, drinks, beach showers and even some entertainment. The beach starts east of Antalya's cliffs, just past the Lower Düden Waterfall which spill spectacularly into the sea over a cliff edge. Lara is now fast becoming the Las Vegas of the Mediterranean as many 5* theme hotels of excellent quality have been built. The Lara Beach Park complex with its fine restaurants and quality sunbathing areas have proven to be an attraction not only to holiday makers, but the Nouveau Rich.

Antalya Aqua Park

Covering over 40,000 m2, the Aquapark to the east of Antalya will delight the kids and older "kids" with the wave pool and the craziest waterslides. The Black Cave waterslide offers you an adventurous journey into the darkness. If you like to feel the power of wind and water, Kamikaze and Twister ensure that your adrenalin level go crazy and your heart beats wildly. You can have a go at rafting in the crazy river, and following that dodge the gigantic waves in the wave pool.


Antiquities & Sights

Ancient Town of Side

Side, one of the best-known classical sites in Turkey. The ancient old town itself lies on a promontory 300 meters wide and 800 metres long and today, despite tourism development where new is meeting old, the town still remains the most unique and charming resort on Turkey's southern coast. As you walk from the top of the high street to the harbour, which was once a small fishing port and is now filling up with excursion boats, you can look down the small side streets to see the sea on either side of you. The old town has managed to retain many of its old features including its architecture and also the amazing archeological sites. At every turn you will be faced with a new monument or ruin which never ceases to amaze. Side offers excellent souvenir shopping, harbour side restaurants and bars.

Side - Apollo's Temple

These astounding temple ruins built 250 A.D. and are still standing in part. It's located at the bottom of the Side north/south peninsula. Around the corner there are family friendly bars & restaurants overlooking the wonderful small harbour with small fishing boats and traditional Gulet (sail boats) can take you on half or all day boat trips along the beautiful coast line. Fishing & Diving trips can also be chartered from here.

Ephesus Amphitheatre

Ephesus is the best-preserved classical city on the Mediterranean and perhaps the best place in the world to get the feeling for what life was like in Roman times. As a strategic coastal gateway to the Eastern World, this Ionian refuge grew to be the second largest city in the Roman Empire, the site of a Christian shrine, and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Legend has it that the Virgin Mary, accompanied by St. Paul, came to Ephesus at the end of her life, circa 37-45 AD. Renaissance church historians mentioned the trip, and it is said that local Christians venerated a small house near Ephesus as Mary's. In 1967 Pope Paul VI visited the site, where a chapel now stands, and confirmed the authenticity of the legend. Also the Basilica of St. John is located near Ephesus. St. John is said to have lived the last years of his life here and after his death, a shrine was located over his grave.

Ancient city of Perge

An important city of ancient Pamphylia, Perge is situated 18 kilometres from Antalya and was originally settled by the Hittites around 1500 BC, St Paul preached his first sermons here. Most of today's Perge belongs to the Roman Period and anyone interested in history will love to explore the long colonnaded street, once paved with marble and lined with shops, the agora, the stadium, the public baths and the amphitheatre. One tip - try to avoid visiting this popular attraction in the middle of the day in peak summer.

Seleukia Ancient Ruined Town

12km North-East of Manavgat along a steep winding road in the Taurus Mountains you come across the ruins of the ancient town of Seleukia (about 15km inland). It was founded by the Roman Commander Seleucus in the 3rd Century B.C.

Aspendos Amphitheatre

10km North East of Belek is Aspendos, an amphitheatre that rivals any other single construction on the Turkish coast. Built in the 2nd century and seating 15,000 people, the theatre is still 95% complete. The theatre has amazing acoustics and during the summer months concerts are held here - listening to an opera or a musical in such an ancient setting is an evening not to be missed.

Manavgat Waterfalls

Located about 35km from the villa, these stunning falls are a wonderful sight. There are a friendly restaurants & bars by the waterside for you to relax & take in the beauty of the falls. The town of Manavgat (4km from coast) is bordered to the north by the breathtaking pine covered Taurus Mountains. The Manavgat River bisects the town of Manavgat and provides the fertile soils renowned for cotton, wheat, barley, virtually every conceivable fruit & vegetable & roses (most roses in UK come from here). In Manavgat, you can take a boat trip along the emerald green waters of the Manavgat river to the stunning Manavgat waterfalls or to the sea.


With its wide palm lined boulevards, an internationally acclaimed marina, the historical old quarter as well as a wide selection of shops, bars, nightclubs and restaurants, Antalya is one of Turkeys most beautiful cities and is a major tourist centre located 40km from Belek. The historical centre of the city, known as Kaleici, is now a major tourist attraction and the original Roman harbour is now considered to be one of the loveliest marinas in Turkey and is a great place to sit and enjoy a lunch time beer. The old city walls, lit up at night, give an atmosphere of timelessness and serenity and must not be missed. Behind the city loom the Taurus mountains and towards the East rise a dramatic expanse of cliffs with waterfalls tumbling down to the sea.

Duden Waterfalls

Duden Falls near Antalya is a great place to chill out in the warm summer days as the canyon and the water mist from the falls acts like a natural natural cooler. The upper Duden Water Falls are found 12 km north from the city centre of Antalya. The river terminates with a sudden drop of 20 meters with a dramatic yet beautiful waterfall into the canyon below.


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