I recently discovered the campsites, after the beginning of the Covid 19 pandemic. Especially since I have a minibus that can easily turn into a caravan, I decided to go to a campsite for the first time in my life. I loved hiking in nature before, but during this period, these types of activities were the only ones I was able to perform in safe health conditions.
The first campsite I went to was the one that made me love such tourism. The place is one with a gorgeous view. No 5-star hotel can beat such a view. Mountains, greenery, pine forests, and the sky. Yes, the open sky, full of stars on a summer night. Everything of impeccable cleanliness around, and the other inhabitants of the campsite, with common sense, respecting the quiet hours and the privacy of those around.
The campsite is located in Rucar, a few kilometers from Bran Castle, the most important tourist attraction in Romania.
The location is located on a corridor between 2 mountain ranges, offering countless escape possibilities in the nature of mountain lovers. Narrow gorges, caves, picturesque villages, hundreds of miles of mountain trails.
In conclusion, perfect to spend a few days, for hiking or cycling. The routes are for both beginners and those with a better physical condition. Most of all, I liked the bike rides we did through the villages at the foot of the mountains, which allowed us to cover a very large area and to enjoy the atmosphere of the mountain village up close. We could admire the nearby mountain ridges, the traditional wooden houses, the flocks of sheep grazing nearby or the haystacks ready for winter.
The second campsite I went to was in Transylvania, an hour's drive from Sibiu, in Costesti, Hunedoara. I often went to the area, on the occasion of trips organized to the Corvin Castle or the Dacian fortresses.
I liked that this campsite is located on the bank of a river, in the immediate vicinity of the forest. So the shade is available for any camping place and the possibility to cool your feet in the fast waters of the river.
The possibilities to visit are countless again. In the area, there are 5 Dacian fortresses, belonging to the UNESCO world heritage. We only visited 2, being limited in time. Being a mountainous area, we also have many hiking trails, which can be done both on foot and by bike. We did a bike route, very beautiful, through mountain hamlets and karst relief. The goal was to reach a small depression, where a river disappears into the limestone subsoil, to reappear a few kilometres away. I liked the route so much that I included it in the walking and hiking trips I will organize in the future for tourists.
The third campsite was just as beautiful as the other ones. Located in the Apuseni Mountains, in western Transylvania, it is very close to a multitude of tourist attractions: gorges, caves, mountain villages, beautiful natural landscapes. Located in the Garda de Sus, it offers both the shadow and the sonic ambience of a river flowing nearby.
We did a bike route, about 30 kilometres, which gave us the opportunity to visit a cave, to go through a few kilometres of narrow gorges, and then, to visit some mountain villages. We noticed the villagers working on the hay and we stopped with some of them to enjoy a cold beer, welcomed after the effort.
On the way back, I wanted to visit a cave with a glacier inside, but unfortunately, it was closed for arrangement. One more reason to come back.
In conclusion, camping is the best way to explore Romania's natural attractions at a minimal cost. All you need is a car (which can be rented) and a tent. The campsites offer toilets, hot showers, meals, electricity. The cost of a stay per night is around 3-4 eur per person. For more information about the trips that can be organized in Romania, you can contact those from Romania Guided Tours, a travel agency that deals with guided tours for small groups of tourists who want to visit Romania.
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