The village of Gelemiç, which has 700 years of history, is one of the most special corners of Bursa, which fascinates those who see it with its impressive natural beauties and hundreds of years old adobe houses. One of the recent favorite places to visit for nature enthusiasts and photographers, Gelemiç is located in the Keles district. Gelemiç, a mountain village on the southern slope of Uludağ, was one of the first villages established by the Ottomans. The main sources of livelihood are fruit growing, animal husbandry and agriculture.

Besides the historical texture of the village, it is also a center of attraction with its natural beauties. It is a privileged route for nature lovers with its canyon and cave, as it has the largest plateau in the region.