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  • Golf GoTürkiye

    Golf resorts in Türkiye was designed by world renowned golf course designers. You should visit golf centers where diversity and trails will provide you a unique experince.

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    golf

    in Türkiye

    Golf resorts in Türkiye was designed by world renowned golf course designers. You should visit golf centers where diversity and trails will provide you a unique experience. You should plan your trip in advance for a dream-like holiday where you can enjoy nature and sea while experiencing all-inclusive 5-star accommodation.

    4 seasons

    Golf

    Belek, welcomes best golfers all through the year, thanks to the suitable climate with an average temperature of 19°C and sunny days which last more than 300 days.

    Antalya Belek

    Golf

    Antalya, a city on the Mediterranean coast of South-Western Türkiye, is the Turkish capital of international tourism and is one of the world’s top tourist arrival destinations.

    İstanbul

    İstanbul is the meeting point of the world. It has over 8,500 years of history as the capital of 3 empires, unique geography and inclusivity derived from different ethnicities and cultures. İstanbul is proud to have hosted an extensive list of high-level and successful golf events over the years.

    Muğla

    Bodrum

    One of the districts of Mugla, Bodrum is located within a peninsula that bears its own name. The port town is famous for its luxury hotels, beach clubs, food, whitewashed houses, colorful nightlife and abundance of superyachts drifting in its turquoise waters.

    Kuşadası

    Located in the city of Aydın in the Aegean Coast of Türkiye, Kuşadası is a stunning resort town is a stone’s throw away from Ephesus, making it a picturesque fishing village with crystal clear waters and sensational beaches.

    İzmir

    Urla

    Once known as the ancient harbour city Smyrna, İzmir is now the 3rd most populated city in Türkiye. It has been home to different cultures, religions and civilizations for centuries. Throughout history, İzmir has been a major commercial centre on the Aegean coastline of Anatolia.