Cluj Day | “A spot the place you’ll be able to breathe your soul” with a thatched roof, not even 100 km from Cluj-Napoca

Not even 100 km from town of Cluj-Napoca is Casa Catrinei, a vacationer gem with a thatched roof and twenty first century consolation, proper in the midst of nature.

Positioned in a small village in Sălaj, Văleni, Casa Catrinei is an agro-pension, modeled after the normal homes with straw roofs that existed within the space, however with all of the consolation of the twenty first century.

It’s positioned in a hilly space of ​​Sălaj county and will be the purpose for longer or shorter hikes within the forests and on the encircling hills, selecting mushrooms, berries and truffles, writes

The Casa Catrinei guesthouse has 5 rooms, every with its personal toilet, with an lodging capability of 10-12 individuals, a completely outfitted kitchen, a eating room and rooms for actions. A beneficiant courtyard with a small pond, a stream of water flows in entrance of the entrance yard, and behind the Home is guarded by a forest of beech bushes. It is the best place to calm down after on a regular basis stress, the place the place you’ll be able to take heed to how peace drips into your soul.

“In a world dominated by stress and agitation, we give you a spot the place you’ll be able to retreat and benefit from the rural magnificence, calm down in a thatched cottage, with all the required consolation to really feel good. It is a spot the place you’ll be able to breathe, the place you will discover peace and time to recharge with a easy and genuine magnificence”, is the message of the house owners.

Many vacationer points of interest will be visited within the space, similar to:

nature reserve “Kite Backyard” (20 kilometers, 25 minutes by automotive) – protected space masking an space of ​​3 hectares; the “Backyard of Kites” space consists of an irregular group of rocks (Catanian Lady, Kite and Kite, Santa, Monks, Captain, Cleopatra’s Needle, Troopers, Eve, Dorobanțul, Degetelul, Sphinx), with weird shapes (towers, mushrooms, needles, cliffs rocky), organized on the base of the “Dumbrava” hill; the geological formations (attributed to the Holocene interval) consisting of sandstones (gray-yellow in shade) with intercalations of microconglomerates, have been shaped by the repeated actions of air (freeze-thaw, wind, temperature), water (washing, seepage) and processes gravitational (collapses, surprises) developed over time;

Jibou Botanical Backyard (21.5 kilometers, half-hour by automotive) – the backyard occupies the area of the leisure park of the medieval fort which was the residence of the Wesselényi household and is organized by sectors; every sector teams vegetation from a sure perspective, a posh of greenhouses for assortment, microproduction and analysis, a decorative sector, an aquarium complicated, a zoo and a gorgeous and fashionable Japanese backyard:

“Gresiile de la Cliţ” pure space (20 kilometers, 25 minutes by automotive) – from a geological perspective, the “Stanii Clițului” hill presents a rocky wall (stane), consisting of sedimentary rocks made up of sandstones (attributed to the Higher Oligocene geological interval), with pink clay intercalations and brown coal inserts; the pure space represents a rocky slope (lined within the higher half with vegetation of bushes and shrubs) which shelters on the tops an essential inhabitants of vegetation with flowers of the species Calluna vulgaris, popularly referred to as black grass (protected plant species);

The Roman fort from Porolissum (37 kilometers, 45 minutes by automotive) – among the finest preserved archaeological websites in Romania, because of its dimension and preservation methodology; it was constructed by the Romans as a border army middle, with the function of defending the principle passage between the Carpathians and Dacia Porolissensis; Porolissum was a Roman metropolis in Dacia; established as a army camp in 106 AD throughout Trajan’s Daco-Roman Wars, town developed quickly by means of commerce with the native Dacians, and have become the capital of the Roman province of Dacia Porolissensis in 124 AD;

The miller’s home from Răstoci (33 kilometers, 40 minutes by automotive) – the one home with a thatched roof declared as a historic monument; it’s over 150 years previous and was initially the home of a miller who had a grain mill on the Someş river.

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