Situated at an altitude of 1,100 m, the Valley of Hell, Stana de Vale is one of the most popular resorts in the country. Access is on the road that branches off Oradea Deva Beius to Stana de Vale (~ 25km) passing through town Budureasa.
With a highly ionized air is an ideal environment to spend a holiday in nature, with a range of attractions, scenery and great hiking.
The resort is suitable for all ages and can make treatments against respiratory disorders, mental and physical exertion, body weight loss, anemia, rickets and growth disorders in children.
Drăganului Valley is a village in Poieni commune in Cluj county, Transylvania, Romania.
Belis is a commune in the county of Cluj, Transylvania, Romania, consisting of the villages of Bălcești, Belis (residence), Dealu Botii, Giurcuța de Jos, Giurcuța de Sus, Poiana Horea and Smida. The Giurcuța de Jos village was decommissioned by decree 223/1972 for the construction of the Fântânele accumulation dam.
Belis commune is about 77 km west of Cluj-Napoca and about 27 km south of Huedin, located at the foot of the Vladeasa massif in the Apuseni mountains.
Location: Grand River valley Aries (800 m.alt) 20 km northwest of the city Campeni.
Climate: specific mountain, fresh and clean air, mild summers and snow rich winters.
Therapeutic indications: various possibilities for winter sports, rides in a cart or sleigh.
Tourist attractions: glaciers and caves on the plateau Padeşului, Arieseni resort, town Campeni.
The village lies on the border between Arieseni Alba and Bihor, at an altitude of 950 m, representing a starting point for climbing and hiking routes in the Apuseni Mountains. In winter, these places are assaulted by tourists from all over the country and neighboring counties, in fact, who come here for winter sports for Vartop Arieseni ski, to relax and warm landscapes of mountains.
Vârtop resort is the most popular mountain tourist area with ski slopes in the Apuseni mountains, attracting more and more tourists not only by the presence of the ski slopes arranged, but also by the diversity of attractions in the area. Located at the border of the two counties, Bihor and Alba, Vartop Station can be reached from several directions, namely from Oradea 116 km, Turda 119 KM, Deva 120 km
Lower Cotton spa is located at 233 m altitude, in Hunedoara County, on the western border of the Apuseni Mountains in Depression Zarand White Cris valley. The resort is surrounded by forests and sheltered from wind and bases its reputation on great value of its thermal waters and is located on the road from Oradea to Brad.
The village belongs to the village Remeti Bulz and in turn consists of several hamlets: Vacaresti Matesti, Costesti, SCAI, Fruntinesti, Boncesti, Popesti, smooth, horn, Spring, Mitresti, Meadow, Remeti, Daica and Glade.
Most of the landscape is occupied by mountains Forest Park. They are presented as a huge platform, fragmented and massive peaks separated by deep valleys and isolated karst plateaus. This platform is tilted to the east (where the maximum-record altitudes less than 1000 m Hodrâncuşa Vf) to the west gradually lower altitudes from 600-800 m to 350-400 m in the central area in the north-west.