The ecological park from Măcin is dominated by the forest areas which differ from one valley to another, from one slope to another. On the north-western slope of the mountain predominates the beech forest, while on the southern one the percentage is detained by the forest areas with small trees characteristic of the Balkan regions. In the few oases of greenery on the southern slope of the mountain we find a particularly rare fauna, a lot of birds of prey and a wide variety of butterflies.
In the north of Dobrogea appeared another opportunity able to contribute, together with the Danube Delta, to the touristic development of Tulcea County. Măcin Mountains represents an irresistible attraction for the tourists that love the landscape and the wild nature.

The interior of the church is adorned with decorations specific to the Orthodox worship, to the Byzantine rite. The carved door at the church entrance constitutes an element of admiration for the beauty lovers. (01)(02)

The fort from Turda presents traces of the history that are worth to be visited not only by the historians or by the enthusiasts of archaeological excavations, but also by the tourists who want to break away for a few moments from the everyday life and enter the archaic world.

• L-I-s-B-05838 Turris Mihai Bravu village; ” Bisericuţa Mound” 2 km SW of the village century IV AD, Roman Age; (02)
TL-I-s-B-05839 Tumuli (9) Mihai Bravu village; approx. 2.5 km SE from Mihai Bravu village and approx. 1.5 km SSE of Satu Nou village, on the southern shore of the marsh Topraichioi;
TL-I-s-B-05840 The archaeological site from Mihai Bravu; “Tașlâc”, unincorporated area, approx. 500 m W of the village, S of DJ Mihai Bravu- Turda;
TL-I-m-B-05840.01 Settlement; “Tașlâc”, unincorporated area, approx. 500 m W of the village, S of DJ Mihai Bravu- Turda centuries X – XI, The early Medieval Age;
TL-I-m-B-05840.02 Quadriburgium Mihai Bravu village; “Tașlâc”, approx. 700 m W of the village and approx. 50 m S of DJ Mihai Bravu- Turda century IV AD, Roman Age;
TL-I-m-B-05840.03 Rural settlement Mihai Bravu village; “Tașlâc”, unincorporated area, approx. 500 m W of the village, S of DJ Mihai Bravu- Turda centuries II – IV AD, Roman Age;
TL-I-m-B-05840.04 Tumular and plane necropolis Mihai Bravu village; “Tașlâc”, unincorporated area, approx. 500 m W of the village, S of DJ Mihai Bravu- Turda centuries II – IV AD, Roman Age;
TL-I-s-B-05841 Settlement Mihai Bravu village; approx. 1.6 km NNW of the village, on the left bank of Taița centuries IX – X, The early Medieval Age;
TL-I-s-B-05842 Settlement Mihai Bravu village; approx. 2 km NNW of the village, on the left bank of Taița Hallstatt, Babadag Culture.
TL-I-s-B-05909 Tumuli (2) Satu Nou village; 250 m N of Satu Nou village;
TL-I-s-B-05910 Aligned tumuli (7) Satu Nou village; From approx. 500 m N of Satu Nou up to approx. 1.3 km S of Denistepe Hill;
TL-I-s-B-05911 Tumulus Satu Nou village; 750 m NNE of Satu Nou;
TL-I-s-B-05912 Tumuli (2) Satu Nou village; 1,25 km NNE of Satu Nou;
TL-I-s-B-05913 Tumuli (2) Satu Nou village; 1,7 – 1,8 km NE of Satu Nou;
TL-I-s-B-05914 Tumuli (2) Satu Nou village; approx. 2.7 km NE of Satu Nou, cca, 1.5 km SE of Denistepe hill and 1 km W of DN Babadag-Tulcea;
TL-I-s-B-05915 Tumulus Satu Nou village; approx. 3.3 kilometers NNE of Satu Nou, approx. 750 m SE of Denistepe hill and approx. 1.5 km W of DN Babadag-Tulcea;
TL-I-s-B-05916 Tumulus Satu Nou village; Urban surface Satu Nou, in the perimeter of the present cemetery, at the NW boundary of the locality;
TL-I-s-B-05917 Tumulus Satu Nou village; “Begeni”, approx. 300 m NW of Satu Nou, on the left bank of Taița.