Championship golf, 5* accommodation & year-round sunshine in this golfing haven
Once Europe’s best kept golfing secret, Turkey is now a heavyweight amongst Europe’s elite golf destinations. Golf in Turkey is so popular due to the abundance of incredible golf courses on its coveted golf coast, concentrated near the town of Belek.
A Turkey golf holiday not only offers golfers a course experience like nowhere else, but also a fantastic all inclusive feel in a region known for its incredible views, interesting ancient history, delicious local cuisine and warm year-round Mediterranean climate.
Why play golf in Turkey?
- Luxurious 5 star all inclusive hotels
- Play championship golf courses
- Great destination for groups
- Short transfers from hotels to courses
Popular destinations in Turkey
A future golf giant
One of the best modern golf success stories, Turkey has gone from Europe’s golfing backwater to a big hitter in the world of golf in less than 20 years. It owes this success to its truly exceptional golf courses with the likes of the PGA Sultan at Antalya Golf Club, the Old Course at Gloria Golf Club, the Prince Course at the Faldo Golf Club and the Montgomerie Maxx, all of which are known far and wide for their brilliant quality and challenging nature.
What makes these courses so memorable and well received by the golfing community is not only the incredible variety of designs but also the facilities on offer at each of these clubs. Turkey is becoming known for providing golfers with not only a supreme golf experience but also a place for them to grow and improve their golf game.
Why you should book Turkey
Turkey is the ultimate all inclusive golf destination and so there so many reasons to play golf here. From the dreamy Mediterranean climate with the added benefits of high standards of service and accommodation, frequent flights of under 5 hours and good value for money, there is no matched destination for a golf holiday.
Situated on a stunning stretch of coastline, Belek is fringed by fabulous sandy beaches and backed by the Taurus mountain range. The region is quite varied, with tumbling waterfalls, hidden caves and picture-postcard landscapes making for an unforgettable backdrop to your stay. Belek’s resorts have everything you could imagine to appeal to all parties and groups sizes.
Let’s not forget, the region is also peppered with ancient sites. Belek offers great golfing weather all year round, although July and August can get too hot during the day. You may prefer to take advantage of great prices and escape the cold autumn and winter.
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Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
Treat yourself to luxury
A Turkish golf holiday not only promises an unmatched golfing experience but superb accommodation, all at excellent value. If you want to explore your passion for golf in an exotic location, then head to Belek in the south and stay and play in some of the finest all inclusive five-start resorts in Europe, where you can be assured of luxury and quality.
We recommend Sueno Hotels Deluxe Belek and the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort where you can live the luxury lifestyle without breaking the bank. The Gloria golf resort is another hugely popular option. If you’re hoping to play the championship PGA Sultan Course at Antalya Golf Club, the Sirene Belek Hotel 5* is where you should stay.
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Things to do in Antalya
While highly celebrated for its excellent range of golf courses in Belek, Turkey is also renowned for its pristine beaches, thermal spas, great nightlife and archaeological sites. So there is plenty to do off the course.
Venture further out for a day to historical villages and get a taste of Turkeys amazing culture and heritage.
Antalya is home to a romantic old quarter filled with amazing food, music and the country’s iconic beachfront. It is a Mediterranean must-see for any traveller visiting Turkey.
Nearby archaeological sites include the Roman amphitheatre at Aspendos and the ancient Greek city of Perge’s colonnade streets. Visit the family-friendly Troy Aqua Water Park or the Greek Temple of Apollo which sits on a peninsula inside.