The TUI BLUE Belek is exclusively for adults, so it has a calm and relaxing vibe.

A colossal pool is the hotel’s standout feature. It’s so big that it even has bridges to help you get around. Elsewhere, the hotel even has its own private beach and jetty.

The buffet restaurant serves a mixture of regional Turkish dishes and international cuisine. For a change from the buffet, there’s an a la carte fusion restaurant and a seafood place to pick from. You can even head to the pool bar for drinks and light snacks.

Entertainment is an interesting mix of live music and dance shows, along with themed events.

Overview of Belek

Belek is a holiday destination for people who enjoy the finer things in life. With a 16km beach, golf courses with perfectly manicured fairways and plenty of history to explore, it’s a popular choice for a holiday to the Antalya region of Turkey.

Serene in some spots and lively in others, Belek is an area of contrasts. It’s particularly popular with golfers who want to tee off in the sunshine, but you can also enjoy the historic old town and a beach that’s the envy of many of the neighbouring towns.

Things to do in Belek

The TUI BLUE Belek is set on its own private beach, so it’s easy to enjoy a relaxing day on the sands. The centre is 15 kilometres away. Originally a rural town, it has maintained much of its tradition. In the centre, there’s a blend of architectural styles, including Spanish and Italian buildings. There are also replica Roman columns and ancient sites.

Belek is also a legendary golfing destination. If you enjoy the occasional round or two, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Even better, the Carya Golf Club course is floodlit, so you can even play after dark!

With beautiful sights, lazy beaches and top-class golf courses, a stay at the TUI BLUE Belek offers so much!

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.