Bicfalau Village

Bicfalau Village

Bicfalau

The Transilvanian village Bicfalau belongs to Ozun commune, being located in Covasna County. It is a quiet mountain village where life seems to slow down. The village is surrounded by high hills and plains, the historical air and the village sights invite you to discover them by foot.

History

The village of Bicfalau was first certified in the 14th century and the village population never exceeded 400 inhabitants being a quiet and perfect place for a relaxing weekend.

Bicfalau is a village full of architectural history due to the approximately 40 historical mansions built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The mansions are old houses with large gardens, arches and porches that remind people of the lives of old people. In addition, there is a hundred-year-old church in the village, whose bell is still heard today, although it dates back to 1640.

Near the village, situated in the middle of Bicfalau forest, you can visit the Csiga-Melc fortress, in the courtyard of which the locals remember that it used to be a bottomless well with a gold bucket and that there was a circular staircase leading to the cellar where the inhabitants kept amazing treasures.

Forests

The forests surrounding the village are very rich in mushrooms and medicinal plants, they are perfect for a quiet walk in the shade of beech trees. Also, Bicfalau forests are internationally renowned for the local fauna attracting many hunters.

Don’t forget to visit Casa Husarului if you pass by.

Bicfalau

The Transilvanian village Bicfalau belongs to Ozun commune, being located in Covasna County. It is a quiet mountain village where life seems to slow down. The village is surrounded by high hills and plains, the historical air and the village sights invite you to discover them by foot.

Historic

The village of Bicfalau was first certified in the 14th century and the village population never exceeded 400 inhabitants being a quiet and perfect place for a relaxing weekend.

Bicfalau is a village full of architectural history due to the approximately 40 historical mansions built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The mansions are old houses with large gardens, arches and porches that remind people of the lives of old people. In addition, there is a hundred-year-old church in the village, whose bell is still heard today, although it dates back to 1640.

Near the village, situated in the middle of Bicfalau forest, you can visit the Csiga-Melc fortress, in the courtyard of which the locals remember that it used to be a bottomless well with a gold bucket and that there was a circular staircase leading to the cellar where the inhabitants kept amazing treasures.

Forests

The forests surrounding the village are very rich in mushrooms and medicinal plants, they are perfect for a quiet walk in the shade of beech trees. Also, Bicfalau forests are internationally renowned for the local fauna attracting many hunters.

Don’t forget to visit Casa Husarului if you pass by.

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