Attractions located near Cabana Daria
Gârda de Sus, the church "Nativity of St. John the Baptist
" The church was built in 1792 and painted in 1804. The church is of a rectangular plan, with an unhooked apse, polygonal, with narthex and nave ceiling and a semi-cylindrically vaulted altar, it was elongated in 1863 and then plastered on the outside. The painting was signed by Simon Silaghi from Abrud and Gabriel Silaghi. Icons, richly decorated in stucco, are dated from 1798 and 1804 still owed by Simion Silaghi.
Arieşeni: The church of "Ascension of the Lord", city of Arieşeni.
Built in 1791, with a rectangular plan and unhooked apse, polygonal, the church's ceiling is in a narthex, while the nave and the altar are covered with semi-cylindrical vaults. In 1863 was plastered on the outside, but decorated with rosettes, flowers and crosses dated 1871, 1873 and 1878. The interior painting, dated 1829, is due to the tradition of Michael from Abrud, but the painting on the wooden beams are from the eighteenth century, attributed to George son of James, founder of the school of Fiesa, were reused for the ceiling of the "bell tower".
The memorial house of Avram Iancu, in Vidra - a museum dedicated to an important person of the nation's history, Avram Iancu, is arranged in a specific style of this area, declared a monument of architecture, where you can find a collection of national wear and household items, weapons, proclamations, documents on the revolution of 1848.
Ethnographic exhibitions: Gârda de Sus, Vidra, Albac, Horea - as a dominant of the exhibitions is the country house, but also objects that show the main occupation of the people in the area. In the country house joined by the furniture with simple notches our attention is drawn by objects used in weaving, and also workshops where pails, wooden pails, barrels, and other specific Moţ objects were made.
The Scărişoara glacier cave. The largest repository of fossil ice in the country (75.000 m3). The pothole and the cave "Scărişoara glacier" are located on the watershed between the basin of Văii Ocoale and the basin of Gârda Seacă, on the karst plateau of Scărişoara.
VÂRCIOROG WATERFALL. On the Vârciorog Valley, on the north-eastern side of the Biharia massif - the landscape is dominated by a 15 m high waterfall.
THE GORGES OF GÂRDIŞOARA. In the south-eastern Bihor Mountains ( Commune of Arieşeni, the Casa de Piatră village) on the upper course of the Gârdei Seci - wild gorges of about 1.200 m length. THE GURA APEI CAVE. Situated in the south-eastern part of the Bihor Mountains, at the base of the hillside of Gârdişoara (Commune of Arieşeni, the village of Casa de Piatră) - a karst spring which drains the waters of the Plateau of Padiş.