The protected area has important advantages for the development of tourism and ecotourism activities, can bring important incomes to the local communities, which can create jobs and through which the sustainable development of these areas can be achieved.

In the three communes near the site, Breţcu, Oituz and Lemnia, there is a developed tourism with many tourist attractions.

In Breţcu there are listed: St. Nicholas Romano-Catholic Church, Roman Augustia camp, Gábor Áron Memorial House, Gábor Áron Statue.

North-east of Bretcu village one can find the Oituz Pass, and in front of it the Roman Augustia camp.

Along the way from Bretcu in the direction of Oituz, there is also the classic obelisk from 1899, constructed by the Royal State Office, in memory of the Hungarian Queen Elizabeth.

In Ojdula there is a Local Tourist Information Center. Among tourist attractions there are listed the First and Second World War Memorial Monument, the Millennium Monument, the Romano-Catholic Church, the Greek Catholic Church. From the locality start several tourist routes to the Kőlik Cave or Pilişka Peak. More information at


In Lemnia the tourist attractions include: St. Michael’s Romano Catholic Church, built in 1510; Near Lemnia commune, on the Sfantu Mihail Mount there is a Roman Catholic monastic complex, well conserved, of rare Baroque beauty. It is a Romano Catholic church built in the 16th century, endowed with two bastions in the south-north position. The church is surrounded by a protective wall. In 1510 the building suffered late-Gothic style modifications. The present form dates back to 1777. The church has a rich iconography, it is worth seeing the Rákoczi bell from 1697, the old cemetery with the tombs of 1514, the Nepomuki Szent János Church dating back to 1764 (