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Armutlu Harbour, Bursa, Turkey

The Armutlu Harbour is located in the town with the same name , that has great beaches, blue waters and a perfect weather. Although this marina has only 12 berths, those who will stop here will realize that this place is really relaxing and it offers a comforting sensation, thanks to the silent beaches and the warm water, the sound of the nature and the welcoming locals. The holiday village resort is situated on a seaside surrounded by forests on a property of 300,000 m2. This project is the Turkey’s larges and most comprehensive thermal holiday village. Most of the accommodation services in the area are traditional, which is the reason why everyone gets to taste the Turkish culture. Enjoying the Turkish cuisine is one of the must-dos during the stay here.

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Attractions in Bursa

The Province of Bursa is also known as Bursa Ili and Prousa and it is located in Turkey, in the north-western side of Anatolia. It is bordered by Kutahya, Bilecik, Sakarya and Yalova and it offers access to the Marmara Sea. This is an active region that is surrounded by green areas and a variety of monuments with a great importance to the Turkish heritage. The tourism is well-developed in this area, offering its tourists extremely valuable pieces of history, giving the fact that Bursa is considered to be the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire.

When visiting the city of Bursa, it is important to make some time for the mosques and the many spiritual areas here. Historical sources point that Bursa used to be the capital of the Ottoman State in the 14th century until Adrianople became the new capital. The great value of the city and its surroundings received recognition during the Ottoman period, which is why the community received the name of Hudavendigar (God’s ... more info