The ideal place for a family day out or an unforgettable picnic, Sohodol Valley offers tourists the enchanting image of a chaining of small waterfalls.

And this is not all. Walking along the valley takes you along steep rock walls. Somewhere in the forest, barely guessing through the trees, a stone dome appears that looks like a fortress.

Sohodol village is located in a small depression surrounded by forested hills, a village full of patriarchal charm where peace reigns and time seems to have forgotten to flow.

The last part of the T2 cycle route, “A visit to the Meziad cave”, passes through this beautiful valley.


By car:

On the route Oradea – Deva (E 79)
Beiuș – Delani – Petreasa – Remetea – Căbești

On the route Oradea – Cluj (E60)
Borod – Bratca – Damiș – Roșia – Căbești

On foot

The village and Sohodol valley belong to Căbești commune. To get there, follow the county road DJ 764 from where it turns onto the communal road 218 following the sign to the village of Sohodol.