Sibiu County is situated in Transylvania region from Romania, in the central part of the country and its neighbors are the following counties: Alba in north-west, Valcea and Arges in south, Brasov in east and Mures in north.
Sibiu City 153.000 people
+4 0269 or 0369
Avrig, Agnita, Cisnădie, Copşa Mică, Dumbrăveni, Miercurea Sibiului, Ocna Sibiului, Sălişte, Tălmaciu
E81 Alba Iulia-Sebeş-Miercurea Sibiului-Sălişte-Sibiu-Tălmaciu-Râmnicu Vâlcea
E68 Arad-Deva-Sebeş-Miercurea Sibiului-Sălişte-Sibiu-Avrig-Făgăraş-Braşov
DN14 Sibiu-Copşa Mică-Mediaş-Dumbrăveni-Sighişoara
DN14b Copşa Mică-Teiuş
A1 Sibiu Main Surrounding Highway
Relief, climate, rivers and lakes from Sibiu County:
Sibiu County has a predominant plateau and mountain relief with the Transylvanian Plateau (composed by Tarnavelor, Hartibaciu and Secaselor Plateaus) covering the central and north parts and with Făgăraș, Lotrului and Cindrel Mountains covering the south part. Fagaras and Sibiu Depressions are the most important and the highest peak is Negoiu of 2.535 meters height. Sibiu County‘s climate is continental moderate with lower temperatures comparative to the average of Romania, due to the high elevation. The temperatures vary between 9 and 10º C (the annual average) in the mountain area and the rainfall between 700 and 1.300 mm per year. (Find more journeys on blog.worldlifetimejourneys.com) The longest rivers are Cibin, Olt, Sebes and Tarnava Mare and the biggest lakes are Bradeni, Negovan and the glacial lakes Balea, Podragu, Iezerul Mic (the little Iezer) and Iezerul Mare (the big Iezer).
Fauna and flora, tourist attractions and objectives from Sibiu County:
The fauna and flora from Sibiu County are specific to the highest mountain areas with conifer forests (fir, spruce) mixed with deciduous ones (beech, oak) with bushes and mammals such as brown bears, wolves, carpathyan deer, chamoises, lynxes, wild boars or birds like capercallies, golden eagles, owls, woodpeckers, skylarks and many others. The most important tourist attractions and objectives from Sibiu County are Balea glacial lake, the relaxation and treatment resorts from Ocna Sibiului, Bazna and Paltinis Bai, the bottomless lake from Ocna Sibiului, the Memorial House of Octavian Goga from Rasinari, one of the greatest Romanian poets, Sibiu City with its museums and attractions as one of the most beautiful cities from Romania and former European cultural capital, Turnu Rosu, Balea and Valea Sarba Reservations, the citadel and Broastei (Frog) Stone Cisnadioara, Valchid fortified church, Capra and Selbota waterfalls from Fagaras Mountains and many others. Visit Sibiu County!
Balea glacial Lake in Balea Reservation, Sibiu County