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MYSIA WAYS

Hiking in the Trail of the Past

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Cyclıng Routes

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Nature Is BeautIful In Nilüfer

Calming Nature Views

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Years' TradItIon and Culture

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Mysia Ways

Nature, History and Culture Routes

Nilüfer district is one of the newest and rapidly developing parts of the city of Bursa, the fourth largest city of Turkey. With a population of approximately 450.000 inhabitants, modern city planning, extensive social and cultural infrastructure and distinguished municipal services, Nilüfer presents a portfolio of exemplary works and facilities.

Nilüfer is located in the West of Bursa. The district, extending among Uludağ mountain villages and the Bursa plain and divided in 64 quarters, consists of two parts: one urban, modern and dynamic, and a rural one, possessing a rich cultural heritage, extending from prehistoric settlements, ancient towns, byzantine castles and Ottoman-period villages.

Nilüfer Municipality, in order to encourage sustainable development based on nature-based and cultural tourism in the rural part of the district, founded Mysia Ways Nature, History and Culture Routes.

Mysia Ways consist of trekking, cycling and horse-riding routes of a total length of approximately 850 kilometres. The routes start at the historical village of Misi, taking its name from the ancient people of Mysia and continue to the 7th century BC ancient town of Apollonia, today known as the touristic village of Gölyazı. Kite or Ürünlü, the first administrative centre of the Ottomans in the region of Bithynia before the conquest of Bursa, and the ancient port of Kapanca are also some of the historical places that may be visited within Mysia Ways routes.

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Mysia Ways

Mysia Ways offer many different choices for you to discover nature, rural life, history and cultural heritage and actively get to know the region of Bursa. The wide geography where Mysia Ways  extend is actually an oasis for nature lovers.

Ancient settlements in solitary regions far from city noise, ancient roads linking the plain of Bursa to the sea of  Marmara, historic villages, forests, valleys, verdant nature and  routes surrounded by pine and olive trees invite you to the Ways of  Mysia.

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50 approximately 850 kilometres-long trekking, cycling and horse riding routes 

Mysia Ways

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