The town of Biertan was founded in the middle of the 13th century. The village gained special importance as a market place at the end of the 14th century. For several centuries the place suffered from heavy indebtedness which resulted in the departure of many citizens and the decline of the community. Biertan was the seat of the bishopric of the Evangelical Church in Transylvania from 1572 to 1867. In 1993 the place and the fortified church were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Capacity : 6 People
In the center of Biertan village, opposite the fortified evangelical fortress, you will find a relaxing place for hand-decorated accommodation by its owner, Mrs. Gela.
A mysterious church that holds many secrets inside. Richiș is a place with a long history and many stories to discover.Read More
A large, impressive churchcastle sitting on a hill in the center of the village. Its inside is still in very good condition.Read More
The fortified church is in the centre of the village. It is extremely compact, despite the donjon, and is unparalleled in that regard in all of Transylvania.Read More