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Discover Belek on & off the course: A golf holiday review

A member of the Golfbreaks team had the opportunity to enjoy a golf holiday to one of our best-selling destinations in Europe, Belek. Join us as we deep dive into the perfect five-day itinerary on your next golf trip to Turkey.

Alastair Lovelace
Alastair Lovelace
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Day 1 :

The trip began with a short 4hr morning flight from London Gatwick to Antalya Airport which is the closest airport to Belek. My travel was made easier thanks to Turkish Airlines generous baggage allowance that includes free club carriage (1st set), 23kg of checked in luggage, hand luggage & a personal bag.

Upon arrival I was greeted by the transfer (transfers are included with all golf holidays to Turkey when you book with Golfbreaks), who drove us a short 30-minutes to the resort town of Belek, home to Turkey’s best golf courses and the hub of all-inclusive golf in Europe.

Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort

Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort

Day 2 :

My second day began with breakfast in the Maxx Royal’s incredible breakfast hall. With a variety of food from around the world, the choice was outstanding and there was something for everyone to enjoy – it took me no less than five minutes to walk around the entirety of the breakfast hall!

Breakfast bar at Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort

Cornelia Golf Club – Faldo Course

Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort

Montgomerie Maxx Royal Golf Course

Day 3 :

Antalya Golf Club

Kempinski Hotel The Dome

Sirene Belek Hotel

Carya Course

Day 4 :

Gloria Golf Club

New Course at Gloria Golf Club

Gloria Serenity Resort

My final afternoon/evening was spent looking at the ancient city of Perge and enjoying a meal at the Arma Restaurant. Perge was dated 1-2nd Century and many of the city’s ruins still exist to this day including an incredible amphitheatre and chariot racing track.

Perge amphitheater ruin

Feeling Inspired?
For an authentic Turkish golf experience, set out on your holiday to the future golf giant.


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