5* all-inclusive Turkey getaway at a luxury beach resort

Selectum Luxury Resort, Belek

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Luxury Sea View room


An all-inclusive escape to a unique five-star resort with a private beach on Turkey’s southern coast, including all travel

Famed for its enviable climate, pristine beaches and close proximity to renowned archaeological sites, the Turkish town of Belek offers the perfect balance between a relaxing beach holiday and a cultural break. An ideal base for sun-seekers and explorers, the five-star Selectum Luxury Resort provides a grand setting for a relaxing and versatile escape. With a luxurious interior, private beach, and an array of exciting activities, this hotel offers more than just a place to lay your head. It's no wonder it was awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

Spend the day unwinding in the on-site spa, or get active with one of the resort’s many organised offerings, including pilates and archery. With its own diving school, tennis courts and bowling alley, you’ll be able to find something new to do each day of your holiday. Plus, with numerous golf clubs and local historical attractions within easy reach, there’s plenty to see away from the resort, too. After a lazy day by the pool or fun-filled afternoon, spend the evening with a drink in hand at one of the resort’s three bars, or enjoy dinner in one of its eclectic restaurants.

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