A throw back to Duruitoarea

Therapeutic 💚 that’s what this place should be called.

About Duruitoarea I wrote in this post, but I miss that place so much that have decided to refresh things over here.

Maybe after reading both posts, you will add this place to your “Places to see in Moldova” list for your next trip.
Do you remember the song “What does the fox say”? Well, my first visit to Duruitoare Veche village was unforgettable. Our host was Duruita, a lovely camping site at the foot of the cliffs.
We were welcomed with traditional soup, called zeamă, with traditional polenta, called mămăligă, and of course with some home-made wine. We sat by the fire under the starry sky and sang a lot until the cold of the June nights sent us to sleep.

Even if our host had proper accommodation, we were determined to spend our night in tents. And here the fox approached the camping site and sang all night. We got the answer to the question “What does the fox say?”.

What can you do in Duruitoarea? Besides laying on the grass and enjoying the fresh air and a stunning view over the cliffs, in Duruitoare you can put to work your muscles, in case you like the active type of vacation.
You start from Duruitoarea, going up the hill where you can savour a unique panorama over the Prut river and the Costești accumulation lake.
Why therapeutic? The vegetation there, on the hill, is very diverse, and the result of their cohabitation is phenomenal and even “healing”.

From Duruitoare, go down through the valley to the river, walk on the lakeshore, the quarry area and then stretch your muscles for another beautiful hill with a view over Văratic.
It has been almost a year since then, and I can not wait to go back there!. I hope the fox didn’t go hungry last winter.

Stay safe!


Published by Irinelu Iacoban

Moldoveancă. Rătăcitoare. Pasăre călătoare.

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