The area is very suitable for hiking. Whether you walk nearby or further away, nature offers fantastic views and untouched landscapes.
Via Transilvanica, is one of the most spectacular mountain trails in Romania with a length of about 1000 km, crossing the country from Putna Monastery to Drobeta Turnu Severin.
Camping De Vuurplaats is very well positioned on the route, being an excellent choice for hikers who want to camp in a quiet and clean place.
Visit the Rarau Mountains (1651 meters). From this place you have a spectacular view of the surroundings. When it is clear, you can see many miles away. The journey to the top is also amazing!
Among the main tourist attractions of the Rarau mountains are Pietrele Doamnei, Piatra Soimului, Cheile Moara Dracului, Pestera Liliecilor etc.
Fundu Moldovei is a quiet village, with friendly and hospitable inhabitants, located at 745 meters high in Obcinele Bucovinei, which represents the hills of the region.
In the village there is a popular museum, where among others, there are also authentic folk costumes. The Romanian Orthodox Church in the Moldavian style is also worth a visit.
Near the campsite there is a very special wooden Catholic church. Many German families have been living in Fundu Moldovei for a long time, which can also be seen in the construction of houses.
Following the road that passes through Fundu Moldovei, you can enjoy beautiful views, characteristic gates and houses, churches, etc.
The intimate and hospitable monastery, it situated about 12 km from Fundu Moldovei, beeing an attraction of the area. The wooden church is painted inside with icons by a very young artist. Simple, but beautiful and very special!
Continuing the journey to the Izvoarele Sucevei, you will discover Lucina, a stud farm of Hutus horses about 20 km away, being the largest state stud farm in Romania.
The Hutus horse walks freely on a beautiful estate, where we can travel or ride in the cart.
The place worth a visit for the beauty of the animals and the landscape!
The town of Câmpulung Moldovenesc is the center of this region and is located about 12 km from Fundu Moldovei. There are many shops with fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat products, bee products or flowers, a modern agri-food market is open daily.
There is a wood museum, where all kinds of tools and utensils are kept. The department where icons painted on glass is very popular.
The Bucovina region is an area known for the world-famous Moldovan monasteries. In fact, churches have gained fame because they are painted inside and out with frescoes.
Judgment Day, the fall of Constantinople, the Turkish invasion and much more are described on the outside. These monasteries were built about 500 years ago by great voivodes.
The exterior paintings are very well preserved, except for the northern part. Special green and blue paints were used, the recipe of which remained secret, which makes subsequent restoration very difficult.
These monasteries are on the Unesco World Heritage List and attract visitors from all over the world.
The first of the monasteries you will encounter is Moldovița. If you can, visit “her sister” Sucevita. About 5 km away, there is the egg museum where an international artist exhibited here over 10,000 painted eggs, many of them unique in the world.
After your visit to Sucevita Monastery, if you go further, you will reach Marginea. In this place, black clay has been processed into household and decorative objects for over 500 years.