Reç is a small village with a strong potential in the development of agrotourism. The road leading to Reç lies between fields of heterotrophic plants, and rising hills and high mountains can be seen in the background.
Reç village is well-known for its dense chestnut forest, which stretches over an area of 450 hectares and holds around 30,000 trees. The width of the chestnut trees indicated that some are over three centuries old. Long walks in fresh air, visits to cheese makers, caves, goat farms, and chestnut fields will be great anti-stress activities. In September, when chestnuts are ready, you can enjoy baked chestnuts, chestnut honey and cakes made from chestnuts. Reç village, not including its Chestnut forest, is also well-known thanks to a historical event that occurred here back in 1943.