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Sibiel is a beautiful Romanian village, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, a place where the simplicity & hospitality of the locals, the ancient habits and traditions will charm you.


Sibiel  (22 km far from Sibiu) is one of the 18 traditional Romanian villages with a special cultural, architectural & historical heritage, located SW of Sibiu outskirts ("Marginimea Sibiului").

The village is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and the tourists will be charmed by the simplicity & hospitality of the locals, the genuine Romanian traditions & culture visible everywhere. The tourists can see the beauty of ancient habits, feel the rhythm of the villagers and taste the charm of the village events & religious rituals. 

In Sibiel many handicrafts were being passed to future generations: blacksmith, farrier, carpenter, furrier, weaver, wool hand weaving, cheese manufacture, glass painting, looming.

Sibiel main attractions are: "Priest Zosim OanceaGlass Icons Museum which hosts the largest glass painted icons in Transylvania (XVIIIth-XIXth century), unique in Europe with over 700 exhibits and "Holy Trinity" Church, XVIIIth century with valuable indoor paintings and icons on glass & wood.