Tasad natural reservation enters tourist circuit

A Dacian fortress, fossil dwarf whales and dolphins, archaeological relics all around you, caves with bats reserves, the first silver jewellery workshop discovered in Romania are among the tourist attractions recommended by the tourist management plan of the Tasad Natural Reservation in Bihor County (western Romania).

The official opening of the reservation’s visiting centre represent the first step taken in a large project aiming at valorising the tourist potential of the area, initiated by the Nymphaea Natural History Society, the reservation’s custodian.
The inauguration of three thematic paths – speleological, paleontological and archaeological – on the Environment Day on June 5, a series of publicity materials such as brochures and flyers, as well as activities for promoting the natural protected area are among the project’s objectives.

Declared in 1971 as geological reservation, with paleontological, archaeological and speleological sites on an area of over 100 hectares, it was included in 2007 in Natura 2000 Tasad Site, covering 1,557 hectares, due to the existence of an important number of animal species populating various sites – pastures, rocky regions, forests, caves -, protected in Romania and Europe.

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