Nestled in Dâmbovița county, with around 50 important factories in the area, Gulia Eco-Village enjoys excellent connectivity and proximity to a 30-hectares forest. Gulia Eco-Village is easily accessible by car, train, and bus, not just from Bucharest, but also from Ploiești, Pitești, and Târgoviște. Moreover, the Eco-Village is 10 km or 8 minutes away from the A0 highway.

We combine values with the needs of a good quality and responsible community life

Our own transport

Our own transportation that will run to and from Bucharest after the completion of phase 2 of the project.

Train station right next to the Eco-Village

•10 km or 8 min away from A0
•15 min to Terminal Multimodal Străulești

Gulia boasts exceptional connectivity,

primarily attributed to the existing train line that links Gara de Nord – Titu – Târgoviște – Fieni.

Access to Gulia area

Travel by car

Gulia – București

26km / 30min

Pitești – Gulia

107km / 1h 21min

Târgoviște – Gulia

58km / 55min

Ploiești – Gulia

57km / 58min

Găiești – Gulia

51km / 49min

Titu – Gulia

30km / 30min

Travel by microbus

Trătășești – București

25km / 45min

Travel by train

Târgoviște – București

80km / 70min

Săbăreni – București

14km / 19min

Eco-Village – Halta Gulia

4km / 5min
(by car)

Eco-Village – Sărăbeni station

8km / 10min
(by car)

Travel by public transport

Tram Lines

41, 3

Bus Lines

330, 203, 441, 446, 448, 477, 131, 205, 331, 335, 361 783

Express Routes


Multiple public transport lines are available from Gulia to the nearest cities around.

Carbon conscious transport

Grupo Demetra promotes active transportation, such as walking, cycling, and public transit. Car-free zones and pedestrian-only streets will encourage residents to move about the neighbourhood with ease. Bike and car-sharing programs, electric vehicle charging stations, and efficient public transportation options will further reduce the carbon footprint of the community.

The role of Gulia Eco-Village

Gulia village is an integral component of the Tărtășești commune, along with the villages of Bâldana and Tărtășești. These settlements have historical origins tracing back to the 17th century and closely align with the present-day DN7 road in a linear configuration that catered to commercial activities. By the conclusion of the 19th century, Gulia boasted a population of 292 inhabitants, while Tărtășești comprised 1148 residents.

Presently, the combined population of the commune stands at 5121 residents. Prior to 1981, the commune was affiliated with Ilfov County, and subsequently, through the enactment of Law 2/1980 concerning administrative reorganisation, it became an integral part of Dâmbovița County.

We are an integral component of the local community.

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