The island is located two kilometers from the shore of lake Uluabat. There are 500 olive trees, and local authorities can allow the construction of a one-story villa.The North-Western region of Turkey Bursa is popular among tourists from the Middle East, who are attracted by the wooded mountains and upscale hotels.Businessman Nedim Bulut, whose family owned the island for 80 years, has already rejected an offer of 13 million liras, but added that he can make a small discount on the price. The island can also be used for tourist purposes – there you can build a cafe or restaurant in the open air – or for breeding poultry or larger animals.