Belport Beach Hotel

Address: Ciftecesmeler Mevki Ataturk Cad. No:167, Beldibi, Antalya, 07985, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ciftecesmeler Mevki Ataturk Cad. No:167, Beldibi.
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      Travel Blogs from Beldibi

      "I got a home, I got a home." - Jim Croce

      A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Mar 31, 2015

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... residents, including the 4 resident marina dogs, Rosie, Patch, Tripod and Carpet (pic).

      Turkey is a pretty well organised place that, despite being muslim, is pretty easy for a westener to live in. Shops, traffic, food, apartments etc are all quite good; perhaps next blog I'll write a little more about iliving here Send questions. Every now and then you see something that is a bit strange though- one of ...

      Lycian ruins at Myra and Kas, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 10, 2015

      32 photos

      ... don't use filters and boil the finely ground coffee in the water and serve it in small cups. You wait to let the grounds settle before drinking. Coffee along the touristy coast can set you back $2-$3 easily, about what it costs for a huge cup of coffee in the US, even in a chain like Starbucks. Here, you get that for only an espresso-sized cup. It's damn good, but that's what you'll pay along the coast unless you're in a back alley.

      Tea on ...

      A bad experience turns out great :)

      A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 04, 2014

      2 photos

      ... water. That wasn't going to be fun for any of us so we changed plans and went to see the "Lycian tombs" Now, the tombs are in the mountains and there was some climbing to do. We asked around and a guy showed us some stairs to get there. I think we climbed like one hundred stairs and I was mentally getting ready to climb some more when they were there just a few meters from us. So we did a little more of climbing (this time stones and dirt) and we arrived to one ...

      Fairy Chimneys, Pigeon Houses and Turkish Delights

      A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 10, 2014

      25 photos

      ... and salted apricot kernels ... Yum! Their garden is probably 1 or so hectares and has lots of apricot trees, grape vines, tomatoes, potatoes, bells, chickpeas, etc, etc, etc. Off to the other plot where there is a continuous water flow from a spring which actually turns to carbonated water ..... my first soda water since I've left Australia! Nurhoyat has prepared another four course meal for us .... just extraordinary .... they have organised a birthday cake so we sing ...

      Walking- time in Gömbe

      A travel blog entry by christine1205 on Jun 14, 2013

      1 photo

      ... idea where we were. There was no path or anything that looked familiar from the guide book description. But we were on 2.700m and enjoyed our lunch with an amazing view. Needless to say that it was cold. As we had 3G coverage Petter googled the coordinates of Akdag so with a GPS device we were able to locate the right peak. Having climb a short part of it we don't buy the description of the guide book saying "it is a 2.5h walk". Maybe it is - with an Alp-Swiss stamina/ endurance. ...