The 35-km round trip is beautiful and runs through stunning places. The Czech villages in Banat and the limestone formations enrich the landscape and bring cultural diversity to a place that needs no more introduction: the Iron Gates, the gorge on the River Danube. he round trip can be done in both directions and it runs through stone farm roads, well-beaten forest roads, technical areas or aggressive paths that delight any mountain biker. Although water lacks in the karst area, in the villages of Curmatura and Martinovat the road goes along the river and crosses it several times. The route goes through scattered hamlets, places that seem to be forgotten, and you are amazed how people still live here and choose a simple lifestyle in a world where information and technology are vital. The calcareous soil allowed water to form countless caves and gorges are formed along almost every valley where there is water, giving rise to a spectacular landscape. You can visit Gaura cu Musca cave or with a little detour, Gaura Haiduceasca (Gaura Turceasca) cave with its impressive entrance. he particularly spectacular scenery along the Danube and the lookout points on the plateau in the area of the Czech village of Sfinta Elena add even more value to the region.