Accommodation in Ceahlau, Moldavia Romania deals winter 2022
(13 offers, 350LEI - 581LEI)
Ecotur Resort, Ceahlau

Ecotur Resort

Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

  • Hotel with indoor pool  
  • No transport provided
Pensiunea Total Ceahlu, Ceahlau

Pensiunea Total Ceahlu

Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Hotel Aquatur , Ceahlau

Hotel Aquatur

Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

    • No transport provided
    Pensiune Turistica Aqua Tur, Ceahlau

    Pensiune Turistica Aqua Tur

    Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

      • No transport provided
      Pensiunea Total, Ceahlau

      Pensiunea Total

      Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

        • No transport provided
        Cabana Dochia, Ceahlau

        Cabana Dochia

        Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

        • Hotel family hotels  
        • No transport provided
        Case De Vancata Ceahlau, Ceahlau

        Case De Vancata Ceahlau

        Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

          • No transport provided
          Pensiunea Geona, Ceahlau

          Pensiunea Geona

          Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

            • No transport provided
            Vila Teo, Ceahlau

            Vila Teo

            Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

              • No transport provided
              Pensiunea Paradiso, Ceahlau

              Pensiunea Paradiso

              Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

                • No transport provided
                Hotel Matei , Ceahlau

                Hotel Matei

                Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

                  • No transport provided
                  Gradinile Romane, Ceahlau

                  Gradinile Romane

                  Ceahlau, Moldavia, Romania

                    • No transport provided

                    About CeahlauDetails and images of Ceahlau

                    Ceahlau

                    Mount Ceahlău was considered by the Gauls, as the abode of the god Zamolxis. Ceahlau ancestor's name for roughy, or Peon, word comes from the Greek which translated would mean "pole house". Today Ceahlau is considered as the second holy mountain of Orthodox Christianity after Mount Athos. Perhaps for these reasons his name is common in Romanian literature, most notably what pages were devoted to the writings Calistrat Hogaş Alexander Vlahuţă and Sadoveanu.