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Camping Buziash

Unirii 23, 305100, Buziaș, Romania


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Nice camping near Timișoara( Temesvar- Timishoara) with all you need drinking water, electricity, bath with shower, wifi, 4g internet, surveillance cameras, grass and a lot of trees with bio fruits în Buziaș (also known as Băile Buziaș or Buziaș-Băi; Hungarian: Buziásfürdő; German: Busiasch) is a town in Timiș County, Romania. Thanks to its healing springs, it was once one of the most famous bathing places in Hungary and then in Romania; it has appeared in several international catalogs and has often been referred to as the "Pearl of Banat" or the "Bad Nauheim of Banat". The settlement has been known since Roman times, under the name of Ahibis, a name that also appears on Tabula Peutingeriana. Buziaș was first mentioned in a document by King Charles I in 1321. According to some historians (Al. Borza, D. Tudor), its mineral waters have been known since ancient times, although the first reliable sources date back to the Middle Ages. The oldest analysis of the mineral waters from Buziaș was made in 1796 by Timișoara pharmacist Cecchini. The analyzes were repeated in 1800 and 1804 by Timișoara doctor Ignatz Peltz and pharmacist Karol Klapka, the conclusion being that water can be used by both humans and animals. Following the analyzes of 1811 and 1817 by professor Paul Kitaibel, the mineral waters of Buziaș were recognized for their therapeutic value, and in 1819 Buziaș was officially declared a spa resort, being leased to entrepreneurs Hans Rauth and János Simsó. The one who will decisively drive the development of Buziaș is Ágoston Trefort. Trefort, Minister of Religion and Education since 1872, consistently supported the cause of Buziaș. Through his support, important investments were made: the hot bath was built; the imperial colonnade connecting the springs and the casino was erected (similar promenades are found in Europe only in Karlovy Vary and Baden-Baden); the theater was built (1872); and the free swimming pool was opened (1874). In 1875, also with Trefort's support, the park with plane trees and many rare species will be laid out on a plot of 20 ha.[4] The inauguration in 1896 of 31-km-long Timișoara–Buziaș railway, the introduction in 1897 of lighting with oil lamps, the arrangement of streets and the modernization in 1898 of ferruginous bath also contributed to the notoriety of this resort. The town was visited in person by Emperor Franz Joseph I and his heir, Franz Ferdinand, in September 1898. Between 1903 and 1907, 12 deep springs were drilled and a mineral water bottling plant was built, and in 1909 the mineral water was marketed under the name Muschong Phönix. The factory became operational in 1907, with an area of 700 m2 (7,500 sq ft) and a bottling capacity of 1.5 million bottles per year and 1,000 kg of carbon dioxide.[5] After the union of Banat with Romania, Buziaș maintained its status as a spa resort for cardiovascular treatment and was a plasă seat. It was declared a town in 1956.[5] In the 1960s the economic activity diversifies, small units of the light and food industry are created. Both the population and the area of the town increased. Blocks of flats, villas, and hotels were built for the resort.


Info about the site
10 pitches total
Facilities at the pitch
Car allowed on the pitch
Info for motorhome stopovers
Fresh water
Chemical toilets dumping
Sanitary and hygiene
Gas bottle exchange
Food and gastronomy
Groceries available
1km away
Cooking facilities
Children's playground
allowed in high season
allowed in low season
Wellness and bathing
Pool / outdoor pool
Right on site
Indoor Pool
1.5km away
Thermal bath
1.5km away
1.5km away
1.5km away

Location & contact

Camping Buziash

Unirii 23, 305100



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Phone number: +40785749939

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Child friendly (up to 6 years)
Youth-friendly (from 16 to 18 years)
Senior citizen friendly
Sanitary facilities
Restaurant / snack bar
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