Covasna is a county in the central part of Romania, in Transylvania and part of Szeklerland. The total area of Covasna County is 3,705 km2 with a population of 223,449 inhabitants, of which 59% live in rural areas. The capital of Covasna county is Saint George.
Covasna is the land of mineral waters (Valcele, Perla Covasnei, Bodoc, Biborteni, Sugas, Malnas etc). In 1882 and 1887 the Covasna mineral water won the golden medal at the Trieste Mineral Water Exhibition. Carbon dioxide deposits are used in the spa resorts of Covasna county in the treatment of digestive diseases, nutritional diseases and cardiovascular diseases.
Covasna is also the county of woods. Located in the Carpathians, more than half of the county’s surface is covered in forest. With the PRO WOOD regional cluster, the region has an own cluster in the wood processing and furniture sector.