Belvoir could refer to:

*Belvoir, a commune in the Doubs "département" of France
*Belvoir Castle (Israel), a Crusader castle in Israel
*Belvoir (plantation), Fairfax family home
*Fort Belvoir, a United States military installation located in Fairfax County, Virginia
*Fort Belvoir, Virginia, a census-designated place (CDP) in Fairfax County, Virginia

Belvoir can refer to:
*Belvoir, a village in Leicestershire, England
*Vale of Belvoir, an area of England
*Belvoir Hunt, a hunt operating in the Vale of Belvoir
*HMS "Belvoir", a Royal Navy ship
*Belvoir Castle (Leicestershire), a castle in Leicestershire, England
*Belvoir, an area of Belfast, Northern Ireland
*Belvoir Park Golf Club, a golf club in Belfast, Northern Ireland
*Belvoir St Theatre, a theatre in Sydney, Australia

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