Cities in Turkey are well known for their cottage tourism, especially during the winter travel season. In the snowy forests and mountains, cottages are strewn about, creating a wonderful setting for a fairy tale or legendary adventure. Bursa is one of the most significant Turkish cities that benefits from cottage tourism. It is well-known for its winter tourist season every year, and it receives more than 300,000 visitors on a yearly basis, according to estimates.
Three key regions, including the well-known Uludag Mountain, Cobankaya, and Sarialan, are the foundation of Bursa’s cottage tourist industry. These areas are situated in natural settings away from city traffic and noise.
The Uludag Mountains area, 30 km from the centre of Bursa, is home to a sizable resort with dining establishments, entertainment venues, and wooden cottages. The cottages are completely furnished and available for year-round rental.
Uludag Mountain Cottages
The biggest tourist attraction in Bursa, an integrated tourist resort, is Uludag Mountain. In addition to the world’s longest cable car, which is the primary mode of transit in the area due to the snow, the mountain’s foothills also have hotels, restaurants, and rest areas.
In addition, the Uludag Mountain features a snow sports facility that hosts numerous regional and international tournaments and championships, as well as a club for beginners and amateur snowboarders. There are numerous luxurious wooden cabins that are available for rent on the slopes of Mount Uludag, surrounded by lovely environment.