Tourist spots

 Choose to spend relaxing moments surrounded by mountains and unparalleled landscapes.

The town of Campulung Moldovenesc is surrounded by the Rarau Massif, Stanisoara Mountains, Obcina Mestecanisului and Obcina Feredeului.

The perfect location for an unforgettable stay.

The rare fascinates and delights anyone who seeks to discover it. The magical, fairytale landscape urges those who come here for the first time to return, again and again, as a ritual call, an invitation to new discoveries, to new adventures, to relaxation.

Located at the northeastern foot of Rarăului, on the upper course of the Valea Caselor brook, Cheile Moara Dracului are the most beautiful and best preserved gorges in the entire area.

This forest reserve is located on the eastern slope of the Rarău massif, being one of the largest forest reserves in the country, and in terms of age, it is estimated to be the oldest forest in the country, even in Europe.

 The ski slope on Rarău is located on the county road DJ175A, Câmpulung Moldovenesc – Chiril, on the northern slope of Rarău mountain.

The Wood Art Museum from Câmpulung Moldovenesc presents a true civilization of wood processing and includes over 15,000 wooden pieces exhibited in 20 rooms.

The “Ioan Grămadă” Ethnographic Collection, opened to the public in 1999, captures the charming atmosphere of a traditional Bucovina house, at the end of the 19th century.

The collection of the Wooden Spoons Museum includes over 5,000 exhibits, of various sizes and shapes, simple or richly ornamented.

The current parish church, of monumental proportions, was built between 1887 and 1896, with the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Silvestru Morariu Andrievici.

The first wooden church in this area was built in 1751.

 The church, a branch of the “Birth of the Mother of God” parish, was built between 2001-2009 at the initiative of the founder Alexandru Alboi Șandru and the coordination of the parish priest Teodor Giosan.

At the beginning of the 19th century, as a result of an imperial order of Emperor Francis I requesting that “everywhere in Bucovina, where there are Catholic inhabitants, churches be built from the wall”, the construction began …

Havre Gah Temple is a place of Jewish worship, located on Arboroasa Street no. 1, near the agri-food market.