Sincerely, I invite you to come and see Lake Scropoasa. Scropoasa Lake is an artificial dam lake built-in 1929 for hydropower purposes, located at almost 1200 meters altitude, with an area of 5.7 hectares.
Scropoasa Lake supplies the Dobreşti hydroelectric power plant, one of the oldest in Romania, built-in 1936. The Scropoasa Dam is 27 meters high and 6 meters wide.
Lake Scropoasa is currently used for leisure and is one of the most important tourist attractions in Muntenia.
From Scropoasa Lake I invite you to see the Bolboci chalets, Zanoagei Gorges, Padina and Pestera. The passage from the quays to the lake is made through a tunnel dug by hand 75 years ago.
What to visit in Baile 1 Mai?
A short distance from the clear waters of the lake, on the right bank, is the Scropoasa Chalet, a cabin closed to tourists. The passage from Cheile Orzei to Lacul Scropoasa is made through a tunnel dug by hand 75 years ago, which is about 100 meters and is owned by Hidroelectrica and the passage through it is stopped.
Starting from Scropoasa Lake, you can make trips to Padina, Sapte Izvoare Waterfall, Zanoagei Gorges and Bolboci and Zanoaga chalets. Along with these, you can also visit Ialomita Cave, Pestera Monastery and Cocora Hermitage.
Where to live when you arrive in Scropoasa Lake?
I highly recommend Galma Hotel *** which is the ideal place for relaxation with family, various parties, business meetings, team buildings, protocol activities and special events, spa.
You can choose from a variety of entertainment methods: relaxation by the indoor pool or sauna, play.
The hotel is located on the valley of the Ialomita River, in a quiet and easily accessible area from DN 71 (45 km from Targoviste and 25 km from Sinaia), in Moroeni Commune.
For details on prices and services, you can find out here.
I invite you to discover some ideas of super cool gadgets to take with you on your journeys, and you can find them here.
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