Attractions

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The Berzasca Village is surrounded by old forests. These shelter various tourist objectives like the peaks Svinecea Mare and Svinecea Romană on the Berzasca Valley, or the waterfalls Bobot, Jgheab and Bigăr on the Sirinia Valley. The Bigăr waterfall was rated among the most beautiful and unusual waterfalls of the world by the portal TheWorldGeography.com.

There are multiple hiking routes in the surroundings:

  1. The  Ecotouristic Route Trescovăţ. The access to the hiking route is from the national road DN 57 at 6 km distance from the Sviniţa Village, in the direction of Berzasca. The length of the route is approximately 10 km and requires around 6 hours walk. It is a hiking route of medium difficulty and it is marked by a red equilateral triangle on a white background. The attraction of the route is the volcanic neck Trescovăţ as well as the belvedere sight of the Danube.
  2. The Ecotouristic Route Sviniţa-Tricule. The access to the hiking route is from the national Road DN 57 at 1 km distance from the Sviniţa Village, in the direction of Berzasca. The length of the route is approximately 10 km and requires around 5 hours walk. It is a a hiking route of medium difficulty and it is marked by a yellow equilateral triangle on a white background. The attraction of the route is the sight of the calm waters of the Porţile de Fier reservoir.
  3. The Route Berzasca – tufa waterfall „Pişătoarea” – Almaj Mountains. The route follows the Şirinia Valley.
  4. The Route Berzasca –  Gura Cornii – Almaj Mountains, following the Berzasca Valley. The access to the hiking route is made through the Chiacovăţ-Berzasca Canton. The attraction is the „La Gaura” Cave, which has 420 m height and 121 m length.
  5. The Route Berzasca – Dumbrăviţa Mică Cave. The Dumbrăviţa Mică Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains, at the confluence of the Şirinea Valley and the Danube and has 32 m length.
  6. The Route Berzasca – Pepa Cave. The Pepa Cave is situated very close to the Dumbrăviţa Mică Cave and has 19 m length.
  7. The Route Berzasca – Voinicovăţ Cave. The access is through the Chiacovăţ Canton/ Voinicovăţ Canton – Berzasca. The Voinicovăţ Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains on the Berzasca Valley and has 77 m length.
  8. The Route Berzasca – Cleanţul Pânzii Cave. The access is through the Chiacovăţ Canton/ Voinicovăţ Canton – Berzasca. The Cleanţul Pânzii Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains, on the Berzasca Valley and Chiacului Valley. It has 38 m length.
  9. The Route Berzasca Cleanţul Zbengului Cave. The access is through the Chiacovăţ Canton/ Voinicovăţ Canton – Berzasca. The Cleanţul Zbengului Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains, on the Berzasca Valley and Chiacului Valley. It has 31 m length.
  10. The Route Berzasca – Socolovăţ Cave. The Socolovăţ Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains, on the Şirinea Valley and has 35 m length. Along this route there are also the Bobot and Jgheab waterfalls.
  11. The Route Berzasca – Zamolniţa Cave (The Cave from Dragosele). The access is through the Chiacovăţ Canton/ Voinicovăţ Canton – Berzasca. The Zamolniţa Cave is situated in the Almaj Mountains – Moşnic Hill, in the Zamolniţa glade – Dragoselea Valley and has 330 m height and 64 m length.
  12. The Route Debeliulg – Bigăr. The route follows the climb of the Berzasca River until the confluence with the Dragoselea Valley.

(Source: www.turisminromania.ro)