Although #stămacasă, we are thinking of Herculane and its beautiful landscapes.
On March 21, we celebrated International Forest Day, established by the United Nations eight years ago to draw attention globally to the importance of forests.
Herculane Baths is located in the Cerna Valley. Right over the river basin begins the Domogled National Park-Valea Cernei protected area, which is defined by various landscapes and vast areas of beech forests, but also oak and hornbeam ••• limestone cliffs with Banat Black Pine, canyons with high flow and fluctuating streams, limestone peaks with sub-Mediterranean vegetation, large beech forests, alpine hollows with juniper, mountain reservoirs, limestone gorges and precipices, isolated hamlets in the mountains, subalpine meadows with lapis lazuli, thermal caves unique in Romania, thermal springs endemism and rare flora and fauna.
More information about Domogled National Park – Cerna Valley can be found here: http://www.domogled-cerna.ro
We hope to see you all soon, on the trails of the Park, on foot visiting the resort or at a sulphurous water bath. Until then, please, do not leave the house except for when it is strictly necessary, wash your hands often and follow the guidance of the authorities.