Cund Kirche

The Valea Verde is an enchanting place in the heart of Transylvania, which brings together joie de vivre and culture, relaxation and rejuvenation, nature and outdoor activities. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend hide-away, the perfect place for your family holiday or a central location to explore the truly breathtaking countryside of this region – simply lean back and let yourself be inspired.

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The Video

We are extremely happy to share with you this wonderful film about our work at the Valea Verde Retreat made by the Brittish TV presenter and poet Charlie Ottley, best known in Romania for the stunning “Wild Wild Carpathian” Documentary series – please enjoy the following five minutes!

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The Valea Verde Lounge


As of July 1st the Valea Verde Lounge is welcoming guests, who would like to enjoy a nice glass of wine in a charming setting with great views of the Valea Verde Swimming lake and the Transylvanian Wilderness! Between Thursday and Monday you are most welcome to also have lunch or dine in the Lounge or just spend some relaxing time in the shade during the day or admire the starlit sky at night…. We also welcome groups of up to 60 People for an dining experience with amazing views of the rolling hills and green valleys – please feel…

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Hiking on ancient tracks


We have the most beautiful routes, woods, hills and valleys directly on our doorstep. The perfect base from which to explore the flora and fauna of the countryside or take a guided walk collecting herbs. We will supply you with a packed lunch or prepare a picnic for you at a breathtaking vantage point.

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Workshops and Meetings


Casa Cund is the name of our village-based workshop and seminar venue. It is perfect for small groups (up to 24 persons), who wish to embrace Transylvania’s powerful tranquility to ensure that their training, coaching, yoga, meditation, art or communication sessions turn out a real success.

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Your day in Sighişoara will be an unforgettable experience. Under the name Castrum Sex the town was established as the sixth of seven castles of the Saxons and was recorded in the history books under the Old German name of Schespurch. The medieval gem with its extraordinary urban fabric that naturally nestles against the green forest covered hills became a World Heritage Site in 1999. And by the way, the supposed birthplace of Vlad Dracul Tepes, who served as the historic foundation for the infamous Count Dracula, is also located in Sighişoara.

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