The Land of Legends

The Land of Legends is just as impressive as its name suggests. It’s home to a splash-worthy waterpark and an all-singing, all-dancing theme park.

In keeping with the rest of the grounds, the rooms are colourful and ultra-modern. They all come with games consoles, 3D TV screens and walk-in rainfall showers.

When it comes to mealtimes, you have the choice of three restaurants. After dinner, things don’t slow down. Expect parades, light shows and live music. The lobby bar also keeps the drinks flowing until midnight.

Overview of Belek

Belek is a town of great contrasts. While it’s largely quiet, hotels like The Land of Legends bring action and adventure.

During your stay, expect to encounter Mediterranean beaches, lively nightlife, some of the finest golf courses in the world and ancient mysteries. Due to the variety of attractions and activities available, Belek is incredibly popular with active families looking for holidays to the Antalya region of Turkey.

Things to do in Belek

Staying in is just as fun as going out when you stay at The Land of Legends. The waterpark has racer slides, dinghy rides and space bowls. Meanwhile, at the theme park, there’s a typhoon coaster that speeds along the tracks at more than 80mph! But if you fancy a change, there’s a beach within a five-minute drive and a string of first-class golf resorts.

No fewer than 16km of pale sand is yours to enjoy in Belek. Most of the beaches are quiet and relaxing, but parasailing and water sports are available if you’re feeling adventurous.

For culture, head to the town centre. It’s got an eclectic mix of styles and ancient sites sit next to modern buildings. With Roman relics, beautiful beaches and waterpark adventures on tap, there really is something for everyone in Belek.


Resort Summary

Turkey holiday packages are a chance for you to experience a vast country that bridges Europe and Asia. In the sunny southern Antalya province is Belek, where blue skies and vast white beaches are very much the order of the day.

This is topped off by delicious local food, plenty of ancient sites to explore, and a welcoming nightlife scene where you can dance until dawn.