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Golf Courses Antalya

Antalya golf courses slowly started being renowned as ‘Turkish Riviera’ during the 1960’s and from that time, its reputation has grown rapidly. This destination boasts of amazing beaches, dramatic scenery and seas along with the views of Taurus Mountain range. There are numerous hotels to choose from and you would be glad to know that the busy international airport of Antalya provides proper flight access.

Take a stroll along the harbour for some peaceful time of serenity. Walk through the narrow alleys and see the ancient Roman Walls, located in the beautiful picturesque of Kaleici’s old quarter. Pass through the ancient timbered houses and see the Archaeological Museum which consists some of the best collections in this Country.

You must visit the Old Harbour in Antalya. It has a picturesque huddle of boutiques, gently bobbing yachts which are seen over beautiful Mediterranean waters, small and pretty cafes along with some bazaars to shop from. It is a peaceful place to simply sit and enjoy the ambience, or go for a boat ride to have a better look around.

Next get to the landmark of Yivli Minare, known as the fluted minaret, which was constructed by Seljuk sultan Alaeddin Kykubad. It is a typical example of his architectural design and a 14th century mosque is still used here.

The prime reason for history-buffs to come to Antalya is to visit Aspendos. This is a famous archaeological site which homes a Roman theatre which is one of the best preserved archaeological sites. The glory days of this ancient town were during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, and this was when the maximum number of ruins was constructed.

Another site to visit nearby is Perge. It is a vast stadium filled with rubbles, with temples which are half destroyed and huge colonnaded agora which have saturated glorious history. This, at one time, was the capital of Pamphylia, which boomed during the Greek and then Roman empires.

If you crave for some waters, you could get to the Karst springs near Antalya. It is a rich spring with sinkholes and waterfalls.  You will be amazed to see sedimentation of lime deposits which have been accumulated since the last 2 million years.

Tourists love to shop, and to make the most of the shopping-spree you must search through the City walls, which is along the winding streets and avenues of Ataturk. You are expected to find local jellies and jams, cotton clothes, rugs, wood carvings and pottery, which would be some authentic buys in this region. Be very careful about buying some antique materials, as they are likely to be illegal for import.

What Antalya golf courses do you have to play?

Carya Golf Club is a popular golf course. The course is billed as the first Heathland course in Turkey, due to the acreage of heather that has been planted across the sandy soil and atop the bunkers.

Or play at the wonderfully natural, pine-clad, sandy Nick Faldo Golf Course. A broad dune ridge runs right through the centre of the property and include several spectacularly elevated tees and greens.

But there are many other options, like Gloria Old or New, or try the links course Lykia Links with superb views over the sea

How to book tee times Antalya golf courses?

Surf through our site for the best deals to plan out golf Antalya golf courses. This area allows you an amazing opportunity to mix local history with beautiful sightseeing. You can also be informed about your golf in Antalya. If you would like to stay in the heart of Antalya, and just concentrate on your golf courses, you will be offered with discounted green fees and a vast range of online tee times in Antalya to choose from. 


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