Introduction

Certeze is a settlement in northwest Romania, Satu Mare county, 25 km from the border with Ukraine. It belongs to the Land of Oaş, an area that plays an important role in the conservation of traditions. This commune will surprise you with its beauty, modern houses, well-kept streets and flowers on the porches of the houses, delighting your eyes and senses. In the northwest of the Land of Oaş, there exists one of the most markedly rural tourist sites in Certeze commune, an exceptional mountain settlement crossed by the national road that links Satu Mare to Sighetu Marmaţiei. The White Valley (Valea Albă) flows through Certeze and the Oaş-Gutin Mountains are the eastern border of the settlement. A holiday in these lands will be a unique, different experience, due to the fairy tale landscapes, locals' hospitality and tourist attractions that faithfully preserve history.

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Certeze

Certeze

Introduction Certeze is a settlement in northwest Romania, Satu Mare county, 25 km from the border with Ukraine. It belongs to the Land of Oaş, an area that plays an important role in the conservation of traditions. This commune will surprise you w

Bixad

Bixad

Bixad commune is located in the Oaş Depression, 55 km from the county seat, on the national road DN 19 and county road 109K. The nearest town is Negreşti-Oaş, only 7 km away. In Bixad, one can find the end of the railway from Satu Mare, built in 1

Camarzana

Camarzana

The picturesque landscape of the village Cămărzana can be admired from the entrance to the village, as the village is reached through a gorge that many people consider a traditional Maramureş gate, one sculpted not by the hands of a craftsman, but

Gherta Mica

Gherta Mica

Geographical location   Gherţa Mică is a commune situated in northwest Satu Mare county and consists of a single village, Gherţa Mică. Its first documented mention dates from 1393, when its name appeared in a Latin document that noted "Ghe

Tarsolt

Tarsolt

Târşolţ commune is crossed by the valley of the river Lechincioara. It is a locality in the girdle of settlements that make up the northern limit of the Land of Oaş. Târşolţ village, the communal seat, was first recorded in 1482 unde

Customs in the Land of Oaş

Customs in the Land of Oaş

As guardians of genuine ethnic-cultural values, the Oaş natives have succeeded in passing down from generation to generation a people's priceless possessions: its language, traditional costume and ancient customs. The Land of Oaş became famous for