Lara Beach is situated on Turkey’s beautiful coastline and is fast becoming one of the most popular summer holiday destinations for UK travellers.
A real favourite with sun-worshippers, visitors return year-after-year and rarely leave disappointed. This part of Turkey, just a few miles from Antalya, enjoys endless sunshine and average temperatures comfortably above 30 degrees celsius.
The summer months in Lara Beach are hot and rainfall is extremely rare, just the type of weather forecast you want for your break in the sun. The resort is also becoming increasingly popular during the winter months with its mild climate a welcome relief relief from the harsher temperatures of northern europe.
Those who enjoy nothing more than relaxing on the beach will enjoy the golden sands and turquoise waters.
Lara Beach Turkey
Our Lara Beach Hotels guide, including the hugely popular Baia Lara Hotel (www.baiahotels.com) and Lara Beach Hotel, shows accommodation of a high standard. Hotels tend to cater for the more upmarket and discerning guest who enjoys comfortable and convenient accommodation.
Flights to Lara Beach arrive through Antalya airport and with departures from most UK airports, they are fairly easy to book at competitive prices.
Direct flights take around four hours and the airport is located approximately six miles from the centre of Antalya. Taxi’s are available from the airport and a local bus services also operates to the centre of Antalya (you will need to get a taxi from here to Lara Beach).
Lara Beach Antalya
Nearby, Antalya opens up a whole new array of attractions and things to do including shopping and plenty of affordable places to eat and drink.
Antalya is well worth visiting during your holiday. Many are quite taken by its attractive harbour setting and the glimpse back in time at the not to be missed old quarter of Kaleici. Shopping in Antalya is fun, great value and haggling is expected! Good buys include leather, cotton and pottery.
The town has a much more varied and lively nightlife than Lara Beach itself, where the entertainment is largely based in the hotels.