Tackle Turkey with great-value Glencor Golf Holidays

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Without doubt, the current hottest golfing destination is Turkey and it’s easy to see why.

There are flights into Antalya from most UK airports and, from there, it’s a short transfer to the Belek region where nine courses and some of the best quality hotels for golfers await.

Accessibility, great courses and top-quality accommodation are part of the attraction for visitors but the overriding reason for playing golf there is the outstanding value for money that is on offer due to the all-inclusive packages that are available.

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The Sirene Hotel, pictured below, is a stunning property with two golf courses on site. All of the 440 rooms offer five-star quality fixtures and fittings and the resort has several restaurants and bars for the evening entertainment. There are also numerous outdoor activities available and the two golf courses – the Pasha and the Sultan – are well worth playing.

Sirene Golf Resort

The Gloria resort has two 18-hole courses and a nine-hole course. The New Course has hosted several international tournaments, including the World Amateur Team Championships, whilst the Old Course is set in some of the most stunning scenery in the region. The hotel has 515 rooms and a host of facilities to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. It even has its own private beach.

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The Cornelia Diamond is one of the most popular Hotels in Belek and its Faldo course is widely recognised as one of the best in the area. There’s no need to leave the hotel in the evening as it offers nine different restaurants, numerous bars and its own nightclub. There are also a host of other activities available for guests to make their stay a memorable experience.

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The Regnum Carya Golf and Spa Resort is a top-of-the-range five-star hotel providing world-class service and facilities. It offers luxury accommodation and excellent golf on its Carya Golf Club and the National golf course, both of which are on-site.

There is a well-equipped spa and numerous sporting activities are available and for the evening there are several different restaurants and bars for the less energetic.

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The temperatures from March to November are great for golf but bear in mind it can get very warm in July and August.

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Flights to Antalya are readily available from all the major UK and Irish airports with prices starting from around £180 return for a seven-day break.

Word of advice: it’s vitally important to book your trip to Turkey as early as possible. There’s pressure on tee times since there are not that many courses to play on. The most popular tee times go very early so, once you have decided to go, don’t hesitate to make the booking otherwise you will be playing either very early in the morning or late in the afternoon.

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Current offers

5* Gloria Golf Resort

• 7 nights all-inclusive
• 3 rounds on a choice of: Gloria Old / New / Verde
• Airport Transfers
From £602
Based on eight travelling between March 1-31, 2020

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5* Sirene Belek Hotel

• 7 nights all-inclusive
• 2 rounds on Pasha
• 2 rounds on Sultan
• Airport and golf transfers included
From £643
Based on eight travelling between March 1-31, 2020

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5* Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa

• 7 nights all-inclusive
• 4 rounds on Faldo
• Airport transfers included
From £710
Based on eight travelling between March 11 & April 23, 2020

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5* Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort

• 7 nights all-inclusive
• 2 rounds on Carya
• 2 rounds on National
• Airport and golf transfers included
Based on eight travelling between March 12 & March 31, 2020

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Planning a golf break? 

If so, make sure you check out the 2019 Travel Guide from bunkered. Available to read online, it is a 48-page digital lowdown on the best holiday golf destinations on the planet.

CLICK HERE TO READ IT!

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