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Băile Tușnad is one of the most beautiful resort towns in the country. A land flanked by the Harghita Mountains, crossed by the Olt River and mirrored by Lake Ciucas, a place where the tranquility and the beauty of the landscape complete the scenic landscape. Also nicknamed "Little Switzerland", the town receives this name not only due to its geographic location in a mountainous area, but also due to the old Swiss-style buildings dating back to the 19th century. The main tourist attractions of this resort town are: Ciucaş Lake, Apor Bastion, Hawks' Rock, St. Ana Lake, ski slope, Towers Rocks and, last but not least, mineral water springs used to treat various diseases.

Regarding the healing properties of these waters, there is a legend among the people which says that for a long time there was a field full of springs that splashed out loud on the surface, which the locals, because of the noisy sustenance, called it the "speaking field".

According to legend, the curative qualities were discovered by a young shepherd who walked barefoot with his legs full of injuries. Passing repeatedly through the "speaking field," it was not surprising when he discovered that his wounds had been healed as if by magic. The news of the miraculous waters of the speaking field quickly spread through the surrounding villages, and so the springs began to attract more and more visitors.

Tourist spots

Partie ski Tusnad

Tusnad ski slope is a relatively new part recommended for beginners, because it has a low degree of difficulty. The track has a length of 500 m and is equipped with ski lifts and snow cannons.

Stanca Soimilor

The Soimilor Rock is located near Tusnad Baths, on the right bank of the Olt River, at an altitude of 824 m and having a total area of ​​1.5 ha

Orthodox Church

The center of the resort is the Orthodox Church, whose construction began in 1939, resumed in 1955 and was finished only in 1978. The church was painted in the years 1971 - 1977 by the painter Eugen Profeta of Bucharest.

Roman-Catholic church

The church was built between 1982-83. The tower was built in 1990 by architect Albert Márton, builders Szász István, carpenter Ferencz Sándor, mason Urkon András, during the time of priest priest incze Dénes and administrator Bálint Péter.

Lake Ciucas

Lake Ciucas in the middle of the resort town was created for tourist purposes using the Olt river.

Apor Tower

The Apor Tower in Baile Tusnad was built in 1883 and was most recently restored in 2008. Situated at an altitude of 761 meters, the bastion never played a strategic role,  it is only a point of belvedere

Lacul Sfanta Ana

Lake St. Ana is a volcanic lake, being the only such lake in the whole country. It is situated in Ciomatu massif, on the left of Olt, near Baile Tusnad.

Tinovul Mohoș

Tinovul Mohos is situated in the Ciomatu (1056 m) massif, located near Lake St. Ana, declared natural park, habitat for rare plant species. In the old days there was a lake with a four-fold stretch of land than that of St. Ana.atu, on the left of Olt, near Baile Tusnad.

Vegetation and fauna


The fauna is very rich, consisting of various species: butterflies (admiral-red butterfly, cabbage butterfly, daytime pea butterfly); amphibians (yellow belly buttonhole); insects (dragonfly, baligar, red ant, bee-ants, buburuza, woodland, scorpion fly); birds (crest pitigo, moon, big huhurea, great woodpecker, gorse owl) and forest-specific mammals in our country.


In the immediate vicinity of Băile Tuşnad there is the Protected Natural Stone Reservoir (with a surface of only 1.5 hectares) that falls within the eruptive chain of the South Harghita Mountains and is located on the eastern slope of the Pilişca Mountain cone (824 m altitude), with andesites (volcanic rock) in the form of towers and rising above the area by 50-60 meters.

The vegetation of the Falcons Stone is made up of plant species characteristic of dry and rocky habitats, for example: Teleki's eagle (Hieracium telekianum), which is a local endemism, Hieracium piloselloides, Jovibarba hirta, , Sedum acre, Sempervivum marmoreum, Hypericum perforatum, Cytisus hirsutus.

[read more="Read More" less="Read Less"]During the summer months along the clear water flow of the two streams (Raven and Miner) we can admire the sheep (Telekia speciosa) which may sometimes reach 2 m high. The general picture of the flora in the reserve has a characteristic aspect (reverse stratification) due to the meteorological phenomenon of temperature inversion (see climatic characteristics). Around 650 m above sea level can be seen the coniferous trees adapted to the cold climate, and above, to the Soil Stone, at an altitude of 800 m, the hardwoods adapted to higher temperatures. The Stone of the Falcons is surrounded by coniferous and deciduous forests made up of various species of which can be mentioned: Corylus avellana, Carpinus betulus, Fagus sylvatica, Acer pseudoplatanus, Tremulous Poplar tremula), Oak (Quercus robur), Birch (Betula pendula), Ulmus glabra, Picea abies, Abies alba or Pinus sylvestris.[/read]