An Ottoman Legacy : Cumalıkızık Village
Cumalıkızık, which was founded on the hillsides of Uludağ, is one of the most cute, colorful villages of Bursa. Cumalıkızık, a 700-year-old monument surrounded by fig and chestnut trees and one of the most striking examples of Ottoman architecture, is a complete “Turkish Village” unlike hundreds of years old villages remained from Greeks in the North Aegean and Marmara Region. There is old villages air on these hills.
Cumalıkızık, where fresh air captures all of your cells, became famous after the “Kınalı Kar” series and especially during that period, it is flooded by local visitors. The people of the region succeeded changing this reputation to plus and made many breakthroughs.
Breakfast restaurants, that is full of products of the region, and souvenir shops were opened in a row. Thus, even though the series was over, the number of people who came to the Cumalıkızık every day increased.
Although Cumalıkızık is one of the most popular tourism centers of recent years, it is poor in terms of accommodation. There is only 1 hotel in the district, its rating is also very low on Booking.com. If you want to stay in Cumalıkızık and its surroundings, you can take a look at Bursa hotels.
In brief, Cumalıkızık is a very nice sightseeing destination that can be visited on weekends. If you do not have a car and want to explore Cumalıkızık and its surroundings easily, we recommend you to rent a car.