Access to the site can be made:
- By car:
- DN57 Oravita – Moldova Noua watching pointer to Sasca Montana (DJ 571C);
- DN57B that crosses the site by its northern direction through Oraviţa-Bozovici;
- DN58 direction Resita-Anina, where you can enter in the site through the NW;
- DJ571 allowing access to the site in the southwestern part of the site, connecting localities Sasca Montana and Cărbunari;
- DJ571G and DJ571B crossing site in the southeastern and linking the localities Bozovici – Şopotu Nou
- By railway:
- railroad Oraviţa – Anina
The site is characterized by a very complex and varied landscape, caused by alternating limestone plateaus with large depressions, with strong sunken valleys and ridges with steep slopes, in association with a wide range of shapes and karst.
The hydrographic network of the site belongs to Nera River, the river that flows from Semenic Mountains, beneath Vârful Piatra Goznei and runs through the depression of Semenic, Aninei and Almăjului Mountains. On his way he receives numerous tributaries, including Nergana, Nergăniţa, Lapuşnic, Moceriş, Bania, Coşava, Helisag, Prigor, Iablacina, Rudăria, Şopot, Valea Rea, Bei and Minis, finally resulting in a basin area of approx. 225 km2.
Special charms give to the site the two lakes: Lacul Dracului/ Devil’s Lake/ (with an area of 700 m2 and a maximum depth of 12 m. Originally it was an underground lake, but with the collapse of a piece of the ceiling of the cave, he surfaced) and Ochiul Beiului/ Bey’s eye/ (located at an altitude of 310 m, with an area of 284 m2 and maximum depth 3.6 m).