FACILITIES / ACTIVITIES - DUOBLANC VILLA
The beach is located on the domain of the vacation house.
Wireless Internet available on the whole property area.
The pool is opened only during the season.
Free private parking. No reservation needed.
DuoBlanc Villa is a duplex type unit that offers accommodation with kitchen, free Wi-Fi and a private beach area.
The two areas of the duplex have a relaxation area, a flat screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries.
Each unit has a terrace with a view on the Danube.
The vacation house offers an exterior pool during the summer season.
Guests can use the barbeque facilities or can relax in the common lounge area.
The face of Decebalus
The face of the Dacian king carved in the rock is the most famous touristic objective in the Cazanele Dunării area. It is located in Cazanele Mici, on Miracuna Valley at the meeting with the Danube, between Eselnita and Dubova.
It is the biggest rock sculpture in Europe, 55 m high and 25 m wide and one of the most important touristic objectives in Romania./p>
Monument build by the enemy of king Decebalus, the Roman emperor Traianus, to mark the triumphal march of the Roman imperial troops to Dacia and commemorate the victories of the Roman Empire against the Dacian Kingdom in 105.
The monument has been built for more than 2000 years, at the exit from Cazanele Mici, but on the Serbian bank, not far from the statue of Decebalus.
Cazanele Mari and Cazanele Mici Natural Reserve
Cazanele Dunarii means the portion of the pass between the river mouths of the rivers Plavisevita and Ogradena, being formed by two different parts: Cazanele Mari and Cazanele Mici, divided by a semi-circular gulf, the Dubova basin.
Between Plavisevita and the Dubova basin Canalele Mari stretch on a 3,8 km distance, formed by the calcareous peak Ciucaru Mare, whose abrupt walls border the left side of the river and Stirbatu Mare, on the Serbian bank.
Cazanele Mici are found between the Dubova basin and Ogradena, on a 3,6 km distance.
In the Cazane area, sector of the Danube Defile there is the Mracuna valley (“hidden place” or “dark water”) where until 1967 there was an old monastery called Mracunia.
The building of the Iron Gates I Hydroelectric Power Station led to sacrificing the place of worship, the waters of the accumulation lake swallowed the remains of the monastery, called the “underwater monastery” by the locals. When the Danube level drops a lot, the cross shaped ruins of the old place of worship can be seen freely.
The cave is formed by a series of galleries that communicate between them, located on two floors. The superior floor is fully fossil, and the inferior floor is sub-fossil. The Main Gallery (Ponicova Gallery) joins the entrance on the inferior level of Ponicova stream with the Danube level entrance, and is 400 m long, with a 36 m oscillation of level. This gallery reaches heights up to 26 m.
This gallery is strongly lit with natural light due to the two big openings. The Ponicova stream temporarily goes through the cave, having a very variable level, according to the flood level.