Caciulata Calimanesti resort is located in central-southern part of Romania, on the right bank of the Olt River in the Carpathian Basin Jiblea-Calimanesti, at an altitude of 260-280 m, 18 km from the city of Ramnicu Valcea (Valcea county administrative headquarters), with a population of 8633 inhabitants to resort Caciulata Together, it makes up Calimanesti-Caciulata resort, a resort open all year round.
Olanesti Spa is located 18 km northwest of Ramnicu Valcea, the county seat. It crossed the valley to the south Olăneşti open and closed to the north, resulting in penetration of sunlight all day. It lies at an altitude of 450 m.
Olanesti resort is one of the few places in the country that meets the chip harmonious natural cure two factors: factor topoclimatic climate and local factors and conservation, consisting of mineral waters.
Olanesti ranks first among resorts in Romania in terms of number of sources, their total daily flow, the composition and the concentration and variety of mineral waters.
Govora Spa is located in Valcea County in the north-eastern Carpathian depression Oltenia, 21 km from Ramnicul Valcea, a derivation of the road to Horezu and Targu-Jiu, at an altitude of 360-380 m, located in a region of hills covered by forests of beech, oak, spruce, pine and acacia, with an area of 370 ha.
Park spa, designed by landscape architect Emil Pinard, is unique in its specific architecture of the early twentieth century - century. Its ecosystem that brings together indigenous hardwood species, mountain habitat characteristics (conifers) and exotic species that live in perfect harmony reinforce the feeling of uniqueness and grandeur.
Ramnicu Valcea city is located on the right side of the river in the north-east of Oltenia, at an altitude of 240-260 m. determine its geographical position and temperature is almost always warm, the climate is temperate continental.
Ramnicu Valcea Municipality located in the Carpathian-Danube-Functional Oltean, a unit of territory (counties of Mehedinti, Gorj, Olt, Valcea, Dolj) is characterized by a network of communities formed amid a dense network of water, the fertile plains along which were installed early settlements and ancient ways of communication strategy.
Brezoi is a city located in northern Valcea County, Romania, at the confluence of the river Olt Lotru the largest intercarpatica depression known as the Country Loviştea.
In depression bordered by a chain of Carpathians in the north, is a quiet mountain town, famous for bulgarele art born of clay, ceramists artisans created beautiful and admired by fans.
Situated in a beautiful natural landscape - surrounded by mountains Skull, Magura Slatioara, Negrulestilor hills, and Tomşani Costesti, Horezu most famous pottery center in the country, one of the important tourist spots in Romania officially became a tourist resort.