We were originally really looking forward to this course as a welcomed break for the other "resort courses" we were playing. That being said, we realised when we arrived in Belek that it was a little further away than we thought - 35 minutes from Titanic Deluxe to Lykia World. As a result, I recommend either booking Transfers with YGT (we didn't) or using a local transfer company (not Taxis) to get there. We were quoted 45 euro each way in a Taxi and ended up getting a 20 euro each way transfer arranged locally. Once we got there however we were glad we made the effort. It was much quieter than all of the other courses so we had almost no waiting around. Whilst it is very much a Links style course to the eye, it doesn't always play like one due to the types of grass they need to use in the Belek area. That being said there are many of the Links characteristics and it was one of the more enjoyable of the 6 rounds we played. Despite the yellow tees having a 74 SSS we all actually scored pretty well considering many of the holes are into the sea breeze. I'd definitely recommend a visit if you can accommodate the transfer time into your schedule.
The golf course at Lykia Links is perhaps the most visually impressive in all of in Antalya’s golfing paradise, and is certainly the only genuine seaside layout.
Credit goes to Perry Dye, the son of the great Pete Dye, who together are responsible for some of the world’s truly spectacular courses.