Belek travel guide. Things to do in Belek, Belek tours and activities.
Belek is one of the top travel destinations in Antalya, Turkey which has a lot to offer to its visitors with historical places, natural beauties and outdoor activities. Some of the best things to do do in Belek are:
Things to do in Belek
Horseback Riding in Belek Head for the hills of the Taurus Mountains and ride horseback through spectacular scenery. Choose from English or Western-style saddles and ride magnificent Arabic horses along in the forest. Book now »
Cappadocia 3-Day Tour from Belek Spend a magical 3 days exploring the fascinating rock formations of Cappadocia and the lush Taurus Mountains. Book now »
Waterpark – Ticket Only from Belek Capable of accommodating 2000 people daily we invite you to the largest aquapark of the Turkish Mediterranean region for a day of fun action and adventure. Book now »
Kekova-Myra from Belek Discover Kekova and Myra in this full day trip! Starting this tour is a boat trip to Kekova Island. As well as being an area of outstanding beauty the island is famous for its underwater ruins with the relics of an ancient town partially submerged by an earthquake in the second century… Book now »
Moby Dick from Belek Cruise along Antalyas stunning coastline to seek out two of the best swim stops in the area! Book now »
Antalya Half Day Shopping Tour from Belek Turkey is renowned for its shopping and for being a hagglers paradise! Book now »
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