Novaci – land of promise, oasis of light and beauty, conceived at the base of the Parang Mountains, on the banks of the old Gilort. Arrived at Novaci you breathe the fresh air of a mountain and you’ll cool off your soul with the unpolluted ice water of the Gilort River.
We may learn from the nature measure and balance, harmony and peace, beauty and holiness. In the mountains is so much beauty and mystery that you can find here the burning longing and you can make possible the rekindling of the sacred fire for the love of life. In these heights you find yourself in the times of your childhood, seeking the root of life in the kingdom of the cleanest air in the world.
Dressed in clothes of heaven and earth, you can imagine yourself, even for a few fragments of time, in the altar of eternity.
Rânca tourist area is one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Romania, all it lacks being promoting. Few romanians are aware of this area, but, for those who will read these lines and have never been to these unexpected places, as moments spent here are wonderful, avoid the congestion from other stations and come to Rânca.
Where it appears that the evergreen peaks of trees reach the sky, where the air is pure, fragrant, where the murmur of the streams and oat meet with tinkling bells, where people smile at you kindly, at an altitude of 1600 m above sea level, lies the famous mountainous area ”Rânca”, ancient Romanian land hearth with incomparable beauty places.
The road winds through beech forests and petrified cliffs of memorial times, like legendary outlaws. Wooded valleys and bare ridges of the mountains are twin in the mirror blue sky. All together outlining the images that pampers the eye of the beholder.
Parang massif with the mountain chain of an unparalleled beauty and originality, with their lofty peaks covered by eternal snows, make of this tourist area a clearing dream.
Landscape value and attractiveness of the places are given by the geological structure, manifested through mountainous and sub-mountainous landforms, different in appearance, by the hydrographic network (narrow valleys, steep slopes) and the forest cover that occupies most of the area.