Synevir is the largest and one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Carpathian Mountains. It is also called “Sea Eye” or “Pearl of the Carpathians”. Looking at the lake from a bird’s eye view, a picturesque view opens before your eyes – a mirror-like water surface among green forests, with a small island in the middle.
The lake attracts tourists with crystal clear waters and unique landscapes. There is a beautiful legend that the picturesque blue lake was formed from the tears of the count’s daughter Syn, on the place where her father had killed her beloved – a shepherd Vir. Now only two wooden statues of lovers remind of that story.