Moara Dracului Quay, represents a geological-morphological reservation from Rarau mountains, situated on the superior course of the Valea Caselor brook, tributary of the Moldova River, Moara Dracului quays impresses by the height of the walls.
Lucava Quays are situated in Calimani Mountains, at the mouth of Lucava brook, at the entrance towards Lucina grass lands, on the territory of Moldova-Sulita commune. Sulphurous sources flow in this quays and they draw the attention by the beauty of the limestone rocks which harbour the two natural monuments: bear’s grape and lion’s foot.
The paleontological natural reservation “Aptychus layers from Pojorata” represents a geological reservation situated on Moldova valley, on its right slope, at almost 2 km down from the Pojorata locality. Pojorata layers are made of red and volcanic chalk, which alternate with clay schists of the same color. These limestones were discovered in 1876 and they belong to the inferior Cretaceous. Based on the recent research of the fauna in these layers it was proved that the aptychi forms represent the superior Jurassic.