"Islamic tourism" has entered to agenda of the world tourism sector in recent years. Moreover, this phenomenon has attracted the attentions of some countries that do not have Muslim population. Some effort has been made to develop this new tourism sector in our country. In fact, half of the Islamic tourism facilities in the world are located in Turkey. Islamic tourism in our country has a share of about 4% in the tourism sector. This rate is quite insufficient for Turkey, which aims to grow economically, increase employment and reduce foreign trade deficit. Within this scope, three laws, a cabinet decision and a strategic plan have been examined by document scanning method. Many legal incentive clauses in the tourism sector have been identified in Turkey. Unfortunately, no regulation or plan related to "Islamic Tourism" has been found. It is thought that the Islamic tourism should be promoted by legal regulations in order to improve the tourism sector. At the end of the study some suggestions habe made about incentives.
KeyWords: Islamic Tourism, halal tourism, promotion laws