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Székelydálya the WISEOAK training Center's home 

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Székelydálya 

13km South from Székelyudvarhely, it lays in the valley of the Aegean Creek

The WISEOAK Educational Center arranges travel arrangements on behalf of our students

Apart from learning, there are also some relaxation options to choose from

Our students receive complete care during the training. What else could be the greatest advantage of rural tourism than delicious home-made Transylvanian meals 

Transylvanian meat ball soup

Cauldron goulash soup

Stuffed cabbage

Going back to the past is worthwhile.

Cultural programs

Events in the neighbourhood

 

•Szejke-day (June's last Sunday)

•Many Good People (Székelytámadt  Castles, June's third weekend)

•Csíksomlyó Farewell (Pentecost)

•Udvarhelyszéki Fruit Festival

Székelydálya's tranquillity, the local people's indifference makes you forget the everyday stress

Legend I'd Székelydálya

One version of this legend was written by József Lõrinczi and Ilona Lõrinczi in 1977, with the title of Klára, Dala, Ramocsa. "Once there lived a great-greate gentlemen in Csík, who had three fairy girls, Klára, Dala, Ramocsa. On a pink carriage they rode around all of Transylvanian and twelve girls pulled their car. There were three great castles in this area at that time: the castle of Bágy, the castle of Dályi - that was named the castle of Szabács - and another one in Berwick. When they arrived with the carriage to the Bágyi castle, the twelve girls turned into birds and flew away. The three fairy girls met three shepherds under the Bágyi castle and fell in love. Klára stayed with the eldest shepherd but soon later, she became disappointed, she cried a lot, she even took her own life. From her tears, a stream started to flow, which even today is called Klára's Well. The second fairy girl Dala, with her partner settled down somewhat differently, next to a stream where layer on, they built a village and named it Dálya. This is how today's Székelydálya was created. The happiest was the youngest girl, Ramocsa. Wherever she stepped, flowers bloomed at her footprint. And these flowers are called Ramocsa's flowers even today, and only under the Bágyi castle and the Derby boarder do Ramocsa's flowers bloom. According to the legend, it is where the third girl settled down with her loved one." (Told Vinci Balázsné Bálint Julianna, 77 years old). The legend was told again after, by Gub Jenõ - Gub J. 1993/2.11.