In the beautiful world of meadows, forests and small pastures, between Moldovița and Câmpulung Moldovenesc, lies the commune of Sadova. Situated on the stream of the same name, surrounded by farmsteads, this fairy-tale settlement is a real treasure chest for those who come to discover it, a place where tradition is still alive.
Sadova, in Slavonic meaning ''the second garden'', is the kind of place that will stay in your heart, because a visit to this corner of Bukovina soothes you, recharges your batteries and makes you experience the culture and warmth that made this part of the country famous with its unique elements. Not many know this, but Sadova is home to some of the oldest elm trees in the country, some of which are over 700 years old. At the foot of the Muncel mountain, you can see a special church, considered to be one of the most beautiful in the whole of Bukovina. The holy place, also called ''Porcelain Church'', is the first visiting card of the community and is among the most important village churches in Romania.