Crișana ( Hungarian: Körösvidék; ) is a geographical and historical region divided today between Romania and Hungary, named after the Criș (Körös) River and its three tributaries: the Crișul Alb, Crișul Negru, and Crișul Repede.
It is bounded to the east by the Apuseni Mountains, to the south by the Mureș River, to the north by the Someș River, and to the west by the Tisza River. The Romanian-Hungarian border cuts it in two. It is part of the larger Tiszántúl (Transtisa) region.
Crişana is an important local newspaper based in Oradea (the informal capital of the Crişana region and the capital of Bihor county, Romania). It is one of the oldest local publications, being founded in 1945. The newspaper is published by SC Anotimp SA, a local publishing house. Anotimp currently distributes the following publications, part of the Crişana Group of Publications:
- Crişana (daily newspaper)
- Crişana Plus (Sunday newspaper)
- Al cincelea anotimp (monthly magazine)
The director of Crişana is Dan Matea.
Crişana can be:
- Crişana, historical region of Romania and Hungary
- Crişana, the former name of Avram Iancu Commune, Bihor County, Romania
- Crişana (newspaper), local newspaper based in Oradea
- Crişana Oradea, football club based in Oradea, Romania