Slănic is a climatic health resort located on a salt massif in the north of the county.
The settlement became known primarily due to the salt deposit which is exploited for over three centuries. Here you can find the largest salt mine in Europe; the salt lakes from Baia Baciului and Baia Rosie, formed in old crumbled exploitations with properties for treating various diseases. An important milestone of this destination is the reservation Salt Mountain with the Bride’s Cave lake
Other objectives: The Salt Museum („Casa Cămărăşiei”, sec. XVIII), the former Chancellor of the Saltwork, The Green Stone, the Church St. John the Baptist (1724, reconstruction 1774), the Church of St. George (1732), The Three Holy Hierarchs Church (1799 - 1800), The Church of St. Mary (1851) and the Church of St. Elias (1865).