Located in south-western Romania, Caras-Severin County has a surface area of 3.6 percent of the total area of the country. It is the third largest in Romania. On the territory of the county are the national parks: Semenic-Cheile Caraşului, Nerei-Beuşni Gorges, Domogled-Valea Cernei, Iron Gates.
The Bigar Waterfall was designated by the world’s most beautiful specialists. The landscapes are unique and extremely offerable, so you can “wander” in a beautiful way without regretting that you have made this decision.
Wildlife of Nera Keys extends about 22 km, of which about 20 km from the Nera Keys, crosses a gorge, narrow, spectacular and absolutely wild, forming the longest gorges in Romania. Legends that animate places leave remarkably beautiful memories in the passers-by. Lake Ochiul Beiului, for example, located in the same area, tells the story of a young girl who has been waiting in vain for his boyfriend to come back from the front. He cried until a varnish of intense and pure blue was formed. The waterfalls fully span the keys, turning the landscape into a unique one in Romania.
The marshes of Rudaria, the unique mulinological complex in Europe, can be visited in one hour and 15 minutes, being located at a distance of 82 kilometers from Resita.
The Văliug-Semenic area, very close to Resita, welcomes you extremely friendly both in summer and in winter with holiday options in an enjoyable way of holidays, as well as with world-famous festivals, such as the Gârna Jazz Festival, Which gathers thousands of tourists everywhere from all over the world.
The entire area is “hidden” and protected by the Caras Keys, which are located in the Anina Mountains, and are part of the natural reserve within the Semenic National Park – Carasul Gorge, this park having a total surface of about 36,214 ha. It includes many natural reserves such as: Caraşul Gorges, Comarnic and Popovăţ Caves, Buhui Lakes, Marghitaş, Gozna, Three Waters, Nera Springs and Caraş, but the examples can continue. The distance between the keys is about 18-19 km. Numerous caves make the special area
The Steam Locomotive Museum in Reşiţa is the largest outdoor technical museum in Europe, a unique collection illustrating the progress of almost a century of self-riding and includes locomotives representative of the evolution of this industry.
The “Mihai Eminescu” Theater, first built in Romania, is located in Oraviţa, about 60 kilometers from Resita. The distance can be traveled in about an hour, and when you arrive at your destination you will find that the objective is a true piece of heritage, unique in Romania. In the same city, you can also find the first pharmacy built in the country.