The National Park Gorges Nerei-Beușnița is a protected area of national interest, located at the south-west of the country, southern Anina Mountains.
The national park is a mountainous area with steep limestone caves (Lenuţa Cave, Cave from under Pădina Popii, Jewel Cave), gorges, waterfalls, meadows and forests. Besides the forests of beech, hornbeam, oak, we find many animal species such as the brown bear, wolf, lynx, otter river, several species of bats, rare flora, including: brie, shepherd’s-purse , anthora, wild garlic, horn Banat, hollowwort, autumn crocus, orchid etc.
Poiana Mărului (locality Zăvoi, county Caraş-Severin) has been inhabited since ancient times, which was attested by the numerous archaeological remains found here: pagan shrine, situated at 1200 meters altitude on the northern slope of Mount Mic. Once here, there are numerous opportunities for leisure activities: hiking on marked hiking trails, rafting and canoeing on the fast mountain waters, offroad and enduro on mountain trails, fishing and hunting.