Cozmeni is one of the most important towns of the Lower Ciuc, its first written mention dates from 1332. The most representative building of the village is the Roman Catholic church built in honor of Saints Cosmas and Damian.
Csíkkozmás Commune is an important settlement in the region of Lower Csík. During the communist period Csíkkozmás and Lázárfalva belonged to Csíkszentmárton. Since 2002 the two villages have been components of a separate commune. According to the 2002 census the population of the commune was 1356 people.
Its most representative building is the Roman Catholic church built in honour of Saints Cosmas and Damian on the place of a Romanesque church. It is a monument, and so are the parish house and the Baroque stone cross in the churchyard built in 1710. In the commune there is also a bath known under the name of Sószékfürdő, which was renovated by the Ars Topia Foundation with the support of the Local Council in 2003.
In September 2011 Sószékfürdő was included in the project targeting the renovation of traditional baths run by the Council of Hargita County in collaboration with the Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism, as a result of which the bathhouse was enlarged with a sauna and with places for accommodation.
The distance between Csíkkozmás and the Saint Anne Lake is 35 km.