The village Campu lui Neag is now integrated in Uricani city, Hunedoara county. It was first mentioned in 1493. Its tourist sights are: The Coral Cave, Zeicului Cave, Fish Valley Lake and Campu lui Neag Lake.
The Coral Cave was discovered in 1970 by a group of speleologists and is 83 meters long. Inside the cave are found coralites and clusterites of different shapes and colors from translucent white to red-brown.
The Zeicului Cave is situated at an altitude of 1260 meters and is a natural reservation, with a rich speleological material and many stalacmites.
The Lake Fish Valley is an artificial lake, with a surface of 31 hectares and a depth of 53 meters. It is situated on the river Fish Valley and its main purpose is to provide water for The Jiu Valley.
The Campu lui Neag Lake was formed over an ancient coal mine, with high potential to be used for recreation and tourism. It is 70 meters deep.
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