Cumalıkızık is a village that has preserved the texture of its residential Ottoman architecture until the present time. These historic houses are now protected.
Cumalıkızık was one of the first places of settlement by Ottomans when they moved to Bursa. There are a total of 270 historical houses in the village. Some of these houses are in process of restoration and maintenance. 180 of them are still being used as dwellings.
In 1969, the remains of a Byzantine church were unearthed in the southeast of the village at the foothills of Mt. Uludağ. Some architectural works are on display in the Archeological Museum of Bursa.
The summers are hot and dry and winters are mild and rainy.