Harghita Community Development Association was founded at the initiative of Harghita County Council, on 17 December 2009.

Headquarters: Miercurea Ciuc, Piaţa Libertăţii no. 5, 1st floor, offices no. 126, 128.

The objective of Hargita Community Development Association is the establishment and development of long term cooperation with the local public authorities of Hargita county, implementation of the projects which contribute to the development and promotion of the county tourism and as well to the conservation of the protected areas, therefore Community Development Association undertakes its activities in the field of tourism and environmental protection.

24 feb. 2015

The Harghita County commune of Satu Mare earned European fame for its Szekler gates preserved for over one century and a half, true masterpieces of folk art.

24 feb. 2015

The Toplita Municipality, located in the north of Harghita County, is one of the few settlements in the Romanian countryside of its size with no less than three monasteries, one of them founded by the first Patriarch of Romania, Miron Cristea, who was born here.

24 feb. 2015

On the outskirts of Miercurea Ciuc city, in the neighborhood of Sumuleu Ciuc, surrounded by a wonderful natural setting lush with green hills and mineral springs, stands watch since several centuries the Franciscan Monastery that is home to a wonderworking statue of Virgin Mary.

24 feb. 2015

The Unitarian church in the small community of Darjiu in Harghita County is the only monument in the county included on the UNESCO list but also the only objective of this type in the country in whose bastions the locals keep their bacon, grain and even...their plum brandy.

24 feb. 2015

Master potter Jozsa Laszlo takes the ball of clay, hits it a few times against the working bench, "to press the air out", starts spinning the wheel, moistens his hands and ... the miracle occurs.

24 feb. 2015

The Orthodox Monastery of the Assumption of Virgin Mary from Izvoru Muresului, also known as 'the monastery of Romanians everywhere', is the place where all Romanians can find their peace and solace. The scenery around the monastery, the story of its building and the peacefulness felt by visitors once they passed beyond the monastery gates, make them think of a 'slice of heaven.'