A lush utopia may be found 30 minutes outside of Bursa in the Orhaneli region. Whether in the summer or the winter, the region attracts tourists with its preserved historical character and abundance of natural beauty. Orhaneli, which has a long history of settlement, was initially established by King Hadrianus of Rome as a hunting place. Even the rock bath he built for his wife is still there today in the popular tourist spot known as Sada Canyon.
Orhaneli went under the name Beyce up until 1934, and Zeki Müren wrote a song about him. Recent years have seen a lot of interest in the Sada Canyon, Orhaneli Rafting, and Beyce Natural Life and Sports Center in the region, where nature tourism investments stand out with projects that will add value to the district.
Orhaneli is a spot that may satisfy all of the needs that modern nature lovers have. Agriculture and livestock husbandry are other significant components of the district’s economy. There is substantial fruit and vegetable farming in its fertile fields and arable regions. Along with strawberries, cherries, and cherries, the region, where many fruits are exported, has recently seen an upsurge in the production of blueberries, raspberries, and wolfberries.
Ali Aykurt, mayor of Orhaneli, provides a thorough explanation of the district and its projects;
“We encourage the agricultural produce that our people prefer while simultaneously giving them the chance to sell their goods in the Historic Beyce Market. Our market has a 700-year history. Every Tuesday, tea is served as it starts with a blessing prayer. Native Americans sell their organic goods here that they grow on our productive lands by hand. Our Historical Beyce Market is the marketplace where Zeki Muren sings, “A Fadimem, let’s run away with you, let’s open a shop in Beyce market.” Those seeking organic goods from the Orhaneli branch, the city of nature and natural people, are also welcome to join us.”