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  2. Transylvania
  3. Campul Cetatii
  4. Camping Mustang

Camping Mustang

Location and atmosphere

The camping is situated at the side of the Niraj creek, in the remote village of Câmpul Cetatii, the last village on the road before the road gets to the Gurghiu Mountains. The family, Eva and Gyorgy Birtok were one of the pioneers of ECEAT. Gyorgy was for several years the mayor of the village but he preferred to dedicate more time to tourism activity and they build their camping in a very nice place. The camping is situated not too far from the margin of the forest.


It is a special place for camping, for 20 tents or caravans with sanitary facilities, a kitchen and electricity. Gyorgy is ready to show you the surroundings. You can work at the small farm of the family, if you like.

Surroundings and activities

Birdwatchers have the chance to watch many species of birds. The other nature lovers will have the pleasure to see many species of wild flowers, butterflies and mushrooms. The accommodation is not far from the trout farm, which is now one of biggest attractions of the village of Campul Cetatii. The tourists can fish or eat trout at the restaurant situated at the trout farm.

General information

Opening times campsite01-04 t/m 30-09ReservationNecessary during high season

Languages spoken

Romanian, English

Normal camping

Total number of pitches20Number of tent pitches20prices per person€ 2,50Price tent per night€ 1,50-2,50Price caravan/camper per night€ 3-4Costs for use electricity per day€ 2,50Price carparking€ 1



Guided excursions in the surroundings

Participation in daily farm-activities possible

Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)

Bicycles for rent

Marked trails

Guided nature tours


Open-air swimming pool


Special target groups

Pets allowed

Landscape characteristics

Farm production

A full-time farm

Small, traditional and ecological farm

Pastural agriculture, Fruticulture, Arable farming, Fishfarming

Route description

Nearest cityTargu Mures (50 km)Nearest villageSovata