Excursions & Sight Tickets in Belek

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Located on the southern Turkish Mediterranean coast, Belek is known for its beaches and thermal spas. It's also home to golf courses, the Olive Stone cave, the Greek Temple of Apollo, and the Roman amphitheater at Aspendos.

Aspendos amphitheater

Located in the Serik district of Antalya, the Aspendos amphitheater is the oldest Roman theater in Anatolia. The structure has remained untouched by raids and the acoustics are perfect for concerts.

The Aspendos amphitheater is one of the most famous historical sites in Turkey. Its history dates back to the sixth century and was founded by the Lydians. The ancient city of Aspendos is open to tourists from 08:00 to 17:00. The archaeological site is also open all year round.

The ancient theater of Aspendos has a diameter of 96 meters. The auditorium has a stone-step design and it is still very well preserved. The acoustics are excellent and there are many festivals held in the amphitheater.

The Aspendos amphitheater has a capacity of 7,000 people. The theatre is the most important structure in Aspendos. The amphitheater is known for its beautiful design and its acoustics.

Ancient palace theater

Probably the most intriguing city in Turkey is Belek. This quaint locale is a hive of activity for locals and tourists alike. Among the city's most striking attractions is the opulent Kekova Bay, a UNESCO world heritage site. The name of this seaport may have a few esquires, but the area boasts some of the best beaches in the region. In fact, the name of the town translates to "beach of bay" in the vernacular. The sands are soft and sandy and are the perfect place to tan. In addition, the town is rife with restaurants and nightlife. The best time to go is early evening, when the crowds are at their best. Some of the best hotels in the area are located here, such as the Hilton and Sheraton.


Duden Waterfalls

Located in Antalya, Turkey, the Duden Waterfall is a stunning natural attraction. The water of the Dudencay cascades 40 meters into the Mediterranean Sea. The resulting waterfall is one of the most beautiful sights in the city of Antalya.

In addition to its beautiful waterfall, the Duden Waterfalls have a small zoo. There are also restaurants and souvenir shops. Visitors can also picnic at the waterfall.

The waterfalls are accessible by foot, car or public transport. In the nearby town of Belek, taxi services are available. There are also boats that can take visitors to the waterfalls.

There is a small cave below the waterfall. The water has Tuff minerals in it. The Tuff stones have formed the river bed.

The waterfalls are the most popular sight in the city of Antalya. The'miracle' of the Duden Waterfalls is the water's ability to spout out more than 10 cubic metres of water per second.

Olive Stone cave

During the Middle Stone Age, humans used wild olives in Africa for several thousand years. Olives were also considered important by mythology, even before they were cultivated in the Mediterranean. They are an important food source, and they are an essential ingredient in cosmetics.

Olives are grown in the southern Iberian peninsula, and they are used for fuel and as an ingredient in medicine. Their presence in the Middle Stone Age could have been an indication of improvements in cooking and social organization. During the last glacial period, wild olives could have been able to survive in a refugia, but they would have had to be broken down before they were used for food.

The earliest known use of wild olives was in Morocco's Atlantic coast, but they were not common in the region before the Neolithic period. The olives were probably used in Africa as a fuel and as a source of oil. They may have represented a foreshadowing of the iconic Mediterranean olive tree.


Troy water park

Located in the city of Belek, the Troy water park is a theme park with slides, swimming pools, and dolphin shows. It is themed after Homeric Troy. It is open to all paying guests.

Belek is a beautiful city that is popular with tourists. It is located on the Anatolian coast. It is near Antalya, which is a famous tourist town in Turkey.

The city has a lot of interesting places to see. You can also enjoy sports activities, such as surfing, diving, and wind surfing. There are also tennis courts and artificial lagoons. Some hotels have golf courses.

The best time to visit is in the first two weeks of September. The weather is great and the sea temperature is pleasant. However, the water is slightly cool.

Guided tours in Belek

Located on Turkey's southern Mediterranean coast, Belek is a city full of charm and beauty. It is a great destination for exciting activities. The town offers a variety of excursions to suit the needs of all travelers. It is well located for visiting archaeological sites and ancient cities. Moreover, Belek is a perfect place for exploring the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

The city has several attractions, including the ancient theater, which is considered to be one of the best preserved in the world. It is still used during the summer season. Kaleici is the old town of the city, which is one-kilometer in diameter. Its narrow streets are lined with ancient houses. The ancient marina is also found in Kaleici.

Belek also offers a wide selection of boat trips, which allow tourists to enjoy the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea. The Manavgat River flows through the city. It is a wonderful journey along the river. During the trip, you will see the beautiful blue shades of the Mediterranean.

Another fascinating excursion in Belek is the Jeep Safari. This is a great tour for families with children. It includes a safe off-road ride, a visit to a waterfall, and a grilled lunch. You will also enjoy sightseeing in the local villages and see the most beautiful parts of the Turkish countryside.

There are many hotels in Belek, which are all working all year round. They offer luxurious accommodations, surrounded by pine forests. A variety of amenities is available for guests, from golf courses to thermal spas.

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