Not everyone knows about this place.
Traditionally, to July, social networks began, “lavender boom”. This year alone, travelers have discovered a new region – Cabusca Noua, Moldova.
We did not remain indifferent to this beauty and decided to share tips and traveler reviews.
In Cabusca Noua travelers are frequent guests.
“The border was passed quickly, in 30 minutes. But the guards got all Googly-eyed when he learned that we were going to the lavender fields… the People in the place were a lot of” the Ukrainian blogger writes Anastasia Markovich.
She also warns that photographing the local can request payment. But you shouldn’t rush this, just go on.
Most tourists are advised to arrive by car because no bus will stop for you near the fields. From the nearest bus stop have to walk more than two kilometers. The most “beautiful” time for photography is sunset, the sun sets in 15-20 minutes.
And since almost all fields are gone, plan a trip to Moldova for the next year. Judging by the reviews of tourists indifferent.
“That’s a beautiful, fragrant, fabulously… My wishlist (wish list – ed.) is replenished with one more moment of beauty. It is worth to go there,” writes blogger Yulia Zhirnova.
Lavender blooms from late June to early July. Cabusca Noua is a Moldovan village, which is famous for its fields of flowers (lavender, sage, sunflowers and many others). Located approximately 170 km from Odessa. Moldova is also known for its vineyards and wine production, is not considered expensive country in Europe.
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