Stretching along 2.5km of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast is LykiaWorld & LinksGolf Antalya where the sun, sea and architecture blend harmoniously with a unique golf experience to create Turkey’s most complete destination resort. Designed by a leading Turkish architect as a contemporary interpretation of a Turkish village, Lykia World Antalya is a stylish and sophisticated environment where light, water and space are integrated into every aspect of the resort. Offering guests a world of experiences, LykiaWorld & LinksGolf Antalya has created brand new thrills, cultural activities and a wide variety of sporting events to keep you and the whole family as active or relaxed as you wish.





Lykia World Antalya







449 room Lykia World Antalya is located in Denizyaka district in Antalya. While driving to the resort, you will watch through the Denizyaka town and green. It is one of the most selective hotels in Belek, a resort known for its natural environment, gorgeous and vibrant local entertainment and sports activities, as well as the only links golf hotel of not only Antalya but also Mediterranean. The hotel has its own private beach with the length of 2.5km. It is also home for Caretta Caretta turtles with its shimmering sand. *45-min drive to Antalya International Airport. *easy access to 2.5km long unique Denizyaka shoreline. *close to Belek Choose from a wide collection of well-furnished guestrooms to suit your requests and preferences, you can select Standard Room, Double or Twin Room with Swimming Pool Access, Hammam Suite or more. Each guestroom features fashionable and modern furnishings with relaxing tones. Each guestroom highlights are phone, mini-bar, flat screen TV, and Wi-Fi internet access. Refresh with rain shower or pamper yourself in the bathtub with special amenities. We recommend our villas with private pool access for those who need additional comfort, special amenities and services. Our guest room sizes range from 35 sqm to 50 sqm and family rooms from 77 sqm to 93 sqm on average. For enquiries and reservations: Tel: +90 (242) 744 19 00 Email: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] .


Located 45 km far from the Antalya area and halfway in the middle of Antalya and Side, Belek is a cozy vacation destination. The archaic and modern style exist together here to give Belek one of a kind flavor. A mix of verifiable places, sun kissed shorelines and world-class greens together with a clean atmosphere make Belek attractive to the youthful and the old alike. Added to this is an extensive variety of extravagance accommodations to make the stay vitalizing and pleasant. Moreover, the local’s hospitality makes Belek without a doubt warm and enchanting.

Belek has been created as a vacation destination for travelers of different hobbies. With its magnificence of the sea and the mountains, its neatly built golf courses and its rich history, it has something interesting for everyone. Lykia World Antalya Links Golf Hotel is the main lodging that you can play connections golf in the Mediterranean shoreline.

Belek is one of the hotspots of Turkey’s tourism industry with numerous four-star and five-star hotels, resorts and another accommodations.

The town and the surrounding region are well known for their spas and mineral waters got from seven springs.

Neighboring Belek there is the Hellenistic city of Perge, which is evaluated after Ephesus and the significant amphitheater of Aspendos that still today can hold more than 15.000 audiences.

Restaurants & Bars

Explore a world of dining options at Lykia World Antalya Hotel. From the regional cuisines of Turkey to a taste of the Far East, there’s a delightful journey to tantalize every guest’s senses.

The Oriantalist offers exceptional mezzes and Turkish traditional foods; casual elegance and breathtaking scene are the hotspots of Italian/Mediterranean Restaurant; enjoy fresh seafood and various fish at Fish House and highlights the mouth-tingling cuisine of Asia at Far East Restaurant.

Meet friends for cocktails at Istanblu Bar or have hot and soft drinks at Lobby Bar. Enjoy snacks at Beach Bar and for late night cravings, room service is available 24 hours a day.


The city served as a maritime base for Attalus’ intense armada. Unearthings in 2008, in the Doğu Garajı plot, revealed stays dating to the third century BC, recommending that Attalea was a reconstructing and extension of a prior town.

Attalea turned out to be a piece of the Roman Republic in 133 BC when Attalus III, a nephew of Attalus II passed on his kingdom to Rome at his demise in 133 BC. The city developed and thrived amid the Ancient Roman period and was a piece of the Roman territory of Pamphylia Secunda, whose capital was Perga.

Christianity began to spread to the district even in the first century: Antalya was gone by Paul of Tarsus and Barnabas, as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles: “Then they went through Pisidia and came to Pamphylia. What’s more, when they had talked the word in Perga, they went down to Attalia, and from that point they cruised to Antioch”.[10] Some of the religious administrators ascribed to the episcopal see of Attalea in Pamphylia might rather have been clerics of Attalea in Lydia (Yanantepe), since Lequien records them under both sees.[11][12] No more a private ministerial office, Attalea in Pamphylia is today recorded by the Catholic Church as a main see.

The remnants of the thirteenth century Seljuk mosque at Attalea was beforehand a Christian Byzantine basilica from the seventh century. The Great Mosque had additionally been a Christian basilica and the Kesik Minare Mosque had been the fifth century Christian Church of the Panaghia or Virgin and was enlivened with finely cut marble. The archeological exhibition hall at Attalia houses some sarcophagi and mosaics from close-by Perga and a coffin of bones rumored to be those of St. Nicholas, the religious administrator of Myra, further down the Turquoise coast.

Hıdırlık Tower, a second century fortress in the Karaalioğlu Park.

Antalya was a noteworthy city in the Byzantine Empire. It was the capital of the Byzantine Theme of the Cibyrrhaeots, which possessed the southern shorelines of Anatolia. As indicated by the examination of Speros Vryonis, it was the major maritime station on the southern Anatolian coast, a noteworthy business focus, and the most helpful harbor between the Aegean Sea and Cyprus and focuses assist east. Other than the nearby traders, “one could hope to see Armenians, Saracens, Jews, and Italians.”

At the season of the promotion of John II Comnenus in 1118 Antalya was a disengaged station encompassed by Turkish beyliks, available just via ocean. Taking after the fall of Constantinople in 1204, Niketas Choniates records that one Aldebrandus, “an Italian by conception who was entirely raised by custom” controlled Antalya as his own fief. At the point when Kaykhusraw, sultan of the Seljuk Turks endeavored to catch the city, Aldebrandus sent to Cyprus for help and got 200 Latin infantry who vanquished the aggressors after an attack of under 16 days.

The city and the encompassing district were vanquished by the Seljuk Turks in the mid thirteenth century. Antalya was the capital of the Turkish beylik of Teke (1321–1423) until its success by the Ottomans, aside from a time of Cypriot guideline somewhere around 1361 and 1373. The Arabic explorer Ibn Battuta, who went by the city in 1335-1340, prominent:

From Alanya I went to Antaliya [Adalia], a most delightful city. It covers a monstrous territory, and however of limitless mass is a standout amongst the most alluring towns to be seen anyplace, other than being exceedingly crowded and well laid out. Every area of the occupants lives in a different quarter. The Christian vendors live in a quarter of the town known as the Mina [the Port], and are encompassed by a divider, the entryways of which are closed upon them from without during the evening and amid the Friday administration. The Greeks, who were its previous occupants, live without anyone else in another quarter, the Jews in another, and the lord and his court and Mamluks in another, each of these quarters being walled off similarly. Whatever remains of the Muslims live in the principle city. Round the entire town and every one of the quarters specified there is another incredible divider. The town contains plantations and creates fine natural products, including an honorable sort of apricot, called by them Qamar notice Din, which has a sweet almond in its part. This natural product is dried and sent out to Egypt, where it is viewed as an extraordinary extravagance.

In the second 50% of the seventeenth century Evliya Çelebi composed of a city of thin avenues containing 3,000 houses in 20 Turkish and four Greek neighborhoods. The town had become past the city dividers and the port was accounted for to hold up to 200 vessels.

The Ottoman time clock tower and the eighteenth century Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Mosque in the downtown area, before pedestrianization in 2008.

In the nineteenth century, in a similar manner as the greater part of Anatolia, its sovereign was a “dere bey” (area ruler or landowner). The group of Tekke Oğlu, domiciled close Perge had been decreased to accommodation in 1812 by Mahmud II, yet kept on being an opponent energy to the Ottoman senator until inside of the present era, making due by numerous years the fall of the other extraordinary beys of Anatolia. The records of the Levant (Turkey) Company, which kept up an organization in Antalya until 1825, reported the nearby dere beys.

In the twentieth century the number of inhabitants in Antalya expanded as Turks from the Caucasus and the Balkans moved into Anatolia. The economy was focused on its port that served the inland regions, especially Konya. Antalya (then Adalia) was pleasant instead of advanced. The boss fascination for guests was the city divider, and outside a promenade, a segment of which survives. The administration workplaces and the places of the higher classes were outside the dividers.

Starting 1920, Antalya was accounted for as having a populace of give or take 30,000. The harbor was portrayed as little, and dangerous for vessels to visit in the winter. Antalya was sending out wheat, flour, sesame seeds, live stock, timber and charcoal. The last two were frequently traded to Egypt and different merchandise to Italy or other Greek islands, who got principally flour. In 1920, the city had seven flour plants. Wheat was transported in, and after that handled around the local area before exportation. Antalya imported fabricated things, for the most part from the United Kingdom and United States.

The city was possessed by the Italians from the end of the First World War until the establishing of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Expansive scale advancement starting in the 1970s changed Antalya from a peaceful town into one of Turkey’s biggest metropolitan regions. Quite a bit of this has been because of tourism, which extended in the 21st century.

In the mid twentieth century, Antalya had two manufacturing plants turning and weaving cotton. Starting 1920, the production lines had 15,000 shafts and more than 200 weaving machines.

Activities & Entertainment

The entertainment at the hotel Lykia World Antalya includes something enjoyable for the whole family members. Definitely, while your kids will admire their new hobbies and games, you will be able to relax and enjoy your hassle-free vacation. Our animation team is here throughout the day and night to make your holiday as fun and as entertaining as possible.

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