The Salt road

Salina Turda
Turda salt mine
Turda salt mine is one of the main tourist attractions of Transylvania, representing a true museum of salt mining and also a recreational and treatment centre. Through an ample process of modernization, in the mine were arranged: a panoramic elevator, a mini-golf track, two mini-bowling tracks, a sport pitch and an amphitheatre, which hosts various events.

There is also a carousel functioning in the precinct which offers a panoramic view of Rudolf Mine. In Terezia Mine was set up an underground lake which offers the possibility for boat walk, at 112 m deep in the salt mountain. Ghizela Mine was set up to serve exclusively for activities of balneal treatment.
Salzbäder Turda
Salty Bays from Turda
The salt water lakes from Turda are found on a salt massif. In the present day, there are more salt water lakes, the most important of which are Roman lake (pool) and Durgău lake, due to which the Salt Bays from Turda have been founded around 1840.

Besides the lakes, in the vicinity of Roman pool is found a treatment centre which functions all year. It makes the most of the therapeutic properties of salt bays through treatments for various disorders such as: rheumatism, post-traumatic sequelae, nervous system disorders, peripheral circulation system disorders, chro nic respiratory disorders, etc.
Băile Cojocna
Cojocna Bays
The Bays are found in the Eastern part of Cojocna commune, at 25 km from Cluj-Napoca. Old salt exploitations existed in the area. More saline lakes formed above the abandoned salt mines and their water gained therapeutic properties. Two of the lakes have been turned into bays, which are visited in the summertime and a covered pool with heated salt water functions in the winter. Besides the offered recreational possibilities, the bays are recommended for the treatment of illnesses such as: locomotive system disorders, chronic rheumatism, nervous system disorders, gynaecological diseases and chronic dermatitis.
Stufărișurile de la Sic
At 15 km from Gherla Municipality is found a locality with a particular specificity - Sic. Developed in the area where during the Roman Empire and the Middle Age salt was exploited, this village still keeps the pace of the Hungarian traditional life, which is in majority here.

The main architectural monuments of the area are the two churches – the Reformed Calvinist Church from the 13th century, which belongs to the Gothic style and the orthodox wooden church from 1731.
Balnear Park Toroc
Toroc balneal Park from Dej
The Balneal Park with the surface of 40.000 m2 was inaugurated in 2010 following and contains: a salt water lake, exterior fresh water swimming pools for children and adults, hydromassage tubs with heated salt water, wet sauna with chromotherapy, sand and grass beach, football, tennis, volleyball, basketball grounds.