71% of the total area of 27.300 hectares is covered by forests, 27% of it by meadows, 1% by lakes and creeks, and 1% by residential areas. It is home to 1320 plant species. 33 of total 171 endemic species belong only to Bursa Uludağ.
Uludağ; home to Bearded Vultures, Apollo Butterflies, dunnocks, squirrels, moles, beavers and wild cats. Uludağ National Park where the spring breezes are blended with pine scents, where the birds dance on the trees under the winter sun, where the glacier lagoons magically gleam every season hosts Alkoçlar Raya’s one in a million nature. These scenic views, this unique nature and all this fairy tale beauties are for real and they are all waiting for you.
At Uludağ, which is a fantastic place at all seasons with its unique nature and the world's most special flora, there will be your homehotel like your own home with Alkoçlar quality and standards. By, you can forward your interview request and visit our Sales Office for the first opportunity.
Alkoçlar Raya opens the doors of not only a unique nature but a natural heritage of a matchless history, culture and taste.
The Hagia Sophia of Bursa to Evliya Çelebi. The oldest artifact in the 20-domed Bursa Ulu Mosque is the minbar which was built in 1399 and is considered to be the most beautiful example of the Seljuk tradition. Carved and relieved motifs on the side wings of the pulpit, consisting of 6 thousand 666 pieces, symbolize the solar system and the universe.
The branches are the hair of Kozahan, and it is the shoulder to cry on for everyone. Built in 1492 by Beyazit the Second, Kozahan is known as the world's first collective shopping center. It attracts the newcomers as well as the locals with its embrace. The time flows as you enjoy tea, coffee and conversation.
This is the bridge of art, the time, the reuniting with the new day and mingling into life with enthusiasm. There are only for bridges with bazaars. Although the Ponte Vecchio in Florence and the Rialto Bridge in Venice are the best known, the Irgandi Bridge, built in 1442, is the world's first bridge with a bazaar.
The two glorious rulers of world history… Osman Gazi, the founder of the Ottoman dynasty, which ruled for 800 years, and Orhan Gazi, the second sultan of the Ottoman Empire after his father... Osman Gazi and Orhan Gazi tombs were under the same roof when they were first built, however after a great earthquake a demolition occurred in 1855 and they were rebuilt separately in 1863 by Sultan Abdul Aziz.
This is Bursa’s emerald green eyes. It glances with peace. The mihrab of the Green Tomb built in 1421 is a real work of art. Its unique tiles are the examples of the masterpieces of Iznik tiles. The secret of the color of these tiles made by the masters from Tabriz still remain unsolved.
This is a fairy tale garden with thousands of flowers, trees and plants. Bursa’s clean breath. This is the blooming spring of the city. There are a Japanese garden, an English garden, a French garden, rose gardens, an azalea forest rose garden, a fragrant plant garden, a rocky garden, colorful gardens, shaped plant gardens in Soğanlı Botanical Park. In the park you may see the models of famous old Bursa houses of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries as well.
The world famous characters of shadow puppetry; Karagöz and Hacivat. And this is a unique museum that will make their memory last, the one and only Karagoz museum of Turkey. The museum, made from an old transformer building, has a puppet gallery and a painting construction workshop as well.
The place where Ottomans first resided. There are still remains of the Byzantian period. Cumalıkızık makes delicious breakfast tables for its guests at the foothills of Uludağ. No wonder it was taken into UNESCO World Heritage List or thought to be resembling Saint Paul de Vence; even in summer cool water flows over Cuumalıkızık’s narrow paved streets.
Trilye, Portofino of Turkey. A small and magical town humming thousands years old songs towards the sea and the sky by sipping her tea. A welcoming town that hugs her guests warmly and invites them to her delicious table. Historical buildings in Trilye, dating back to the past Misir, Trakler, Ancient Romans and Byzantines, are still standing today.
Gölyazı's former name is Apolyont, where nature presents one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. It's a small fishing village, a peninsula. History dates back to the Roman period. Thousands of years of history are still visible on the stones and around every corner. It is known as the center of the Apollo Kingdom. The peaceful air of the narrow streets embracing the lake in Gölyazı is breathtaking.
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