The long and cold winter is gone and now the days are sunny and warm, perfect for bathing on one of the best Romania beaches on the Black Sea coast.
Just imagine yourself swimming in the clear waters of the Black Sea Coast and enjoying a refreshing cocktail on the beach bar nearby.
This is something indeed very relaxing which creates a really positive vibe and gives you the power to move on and to work hard until your next holiday.
There is one thing which I like most about this country: it has such a diverse landscape that makes it the perfect destination all year round.
During wintertime, you can enjoy the snow and practice ski in the beautiful Carpathian Mountains, while during summertime you can relax at the beach to get the perfect tan.
There are many beautiful Black Sea beaches spread all over the Romanian shore; some of them are wild, while others have all the facilities you can ever dream of.
From all the strips of sand from the Romanian shore I have picked up for you the most beautiful of all:
- 1. Modern Constanta
- 2. Corbu
- 3. Vadu
- 4. Olimp
- 5. Venus
- 6. Neptun
- 7. Costinesti
- 8. Eforie Nord
- 9. Gura Portitei
- 10. Vama Veche
- 11. Sfantu Gheorghe
- 12. Sulina
- 13. Navodari
- 14. Turzla
- 15. Mamaia- the pearl of the Romanian Sea
1. Modern Beach
There are two beautiful strips of sand in Constanta: Modern and Trei Papuci, both being upgraded into great spots for bathing in the last couple of years.
Between these two strips of sand, Modern is the one I like more because it is located right near the Constanta Casino, an architectural monument dating from the beginning of the 20th century.
1.1 Location and getting there
This beautiful Romania beach is located between Mamaia resort and Tomis Port, being orientated to the east and having sun all day long.
You can reach the beach with public transport, by car or on foot.
If you choose to use public transport then you can choose between local buses and vans known as Maxitaxi.
The following buses go to Modern Beach, one of the most interesting Romania beaches: Bus no. 2, 51, 5, 49, 44, 40, 43; as for the small bus called maxi taxi, no. 301 and no. 303.
Modern, one of the most beautiful Romanian beaches is almost 6 kilometres long and you can rent sun chairs and umbrellas for a small fee.
In the area around the beach, there are restaurants and bars, while a lifeguard service watches you while you are on the water.
If you don’t like to stay in the sun the whole day then you can try to make some new friends and play volleyball and football on the designated areas from the beach.
1.3 Where to sleep
Belle Epoque Boutique (Adult Only) is our choice for an overnight stay close to Modern beach.
The hotel is located in a historical building close to the sea and all the interiors are decorated in baroque style.
Breakfast can be served in the room or in the common lobby located on the upper floor overlooking the sea.
1.4 Best beach for…
…families and young people
2. Corbu Beach
One of the wildest and untamed beaches from the Black Sea Coast and part of a natural reserve is Plaja Corbu.
2.1 Location and getting there
Corbu is the most recently arranged Romania beach from the Black Sea coast located very close to Mamaia, Navodari on the south and Danube Delta on the north, a Unesco protected site.
Being so wild and isolated, this virgin strip of sand is only accessible by car; from Petromidia refinery you have to drive 11 more kilometres to reach it.
But once you get there you will be amazed by its beauty and peaceful atmosphere.
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One of the wildest Romania beaches is a natural oasis for those looking to spend some quiet days near the sea.
There is no music, no restaurants and no facilities in the area, it’s just you and the sea and a single bar on the beach from where you can buy your drinks and borrow a book if you want.
The only sounds you are about to hear are coming from the waves and from the gulls.
In the last couple of years, windsurfers and kitesurfers have gathered here to practice these nautical sports as this is one of the best Romanian beaches for watersports.
Because of the crystal clear waters, this is one of the best places for snorkelling and diving; the location of the beach makes from it the ideal place for bird watching, too.
2.3 Where to sleep
Don’t expect to find luxurious accommodation around the area; there are a couple of guesthouses built in the village with the same name.
Casa din Deal is a cosy guesthouse located in the centre of the village with a private courtyard, free parking places and beautiful terrace.
2.4 Best beach for …
… nature lovers
3. Vadu Beach
Other Romanian beaches ranked as the most beautiful wild beach is Vadu, a coastal destination right in the middle of nature.
This amazing strip of sand is located inside the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, is the southern end of a long beach over 15 kilometres.
According to the local legislation you have to pay a daily permit to have access there; the fee is really small, around 1 euro per person. You can pay it online here or by payment order to the bank.
3.1 Location and getting there
Once you get to Mamaia or Navodari you should follow the DJ road 226 to Istria, Corbu village.
When you reach the end of the commune, turn right onto a communal road and follow the Vadu sign.
From that point, you have to turn right at both road crosses that will come to you, and then take it on a small unpaved road.
After that, you will arrive on a concrete road, where we recommend you to drive as slowly as possible because some parts of the road are not very well trapped.
If they are approached with more than 10 km / h, you can hit your car.
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And there is something else you should know: don’t park your car on the beach as you will probably receive a big fine.
Corbu, one of the most beautiful Romania beaches is a wild and secluded beach without any restaurants and loud music around.
It is a good place where to go if you are looking for a few days in a quiet and serene place near the sea.
Bring with you everything you need for a day at the beach, including water and food as there are no places where you can buy such things.
3.3 Where to sleep
Villa Romelia is one of our best choices if you plan to spend some night at this magnificent Romania beach.
The rooms are spacious and clean, the furniture is new and the common kitchen is very well equipped.
3.4 Best beach for …
… nature lovers
4. Olimp Beach
One of the best Romanian beaches for families with kids is Olimp located in the resort with the same name.
Olimp strip of sand looks completely different than most of the beaches from the Romanian Black Sea Coast.
The coastline is dotted with bays from place to place, making it the ideal place to swim and to bath for kids and for those who are not very good swimmers.
4.1 Location and getting there
This beautiful Romania beach from Olimp is located in the resort with the same name and is accessible by train or by car.
If you travel from Bucharest by train, then you should know that you have to take a train to Constanta and from there take another train to Neptun.
From Neptun train station you have to walk for 15 minutes (about 1.5 kilometres).
The easiest and most comfortable way to get to Olimp is by car; you can rent it from Bucharest airport or any other rental office from the city.
The good news is that in less than 4 hours you reach the seaside and enjoy your time spend at the sea.
On the north side of the resort, the beach is wider compared with the southern part, where the beach is bordered by a high sea wall.
Certain parts of the beach are arranged with sunchairs and umbrellas, while others are dedicated to those looking to put the towel directly on the sand to feel the breeze in their face.
Around the beach area, there are restaurants and bars, hotels and guesthouses where tourists can spend their night.
Volleyball and football can be played directly on the golden strip of sand in the designated areas and a lifeguard service can be found in the nearby area.
4.3 Where to sleep
Novum By the Sea is exactly what you need for the perfect holiday at the Black Sea Coast.
The interiors are new and modern with a beachy atmosphere, while the breakfast is tasty and pretty varied.
The aparthotel is located very close to the sea and has a private beach and an outdoor swimming pool.
This is by far, one of the coolest accommodations from the Black Sea and definitely a place where to spend some quality time with your family.
4.4 Best beach for…
… families with kids
5. Venus Beach
Venus is one of the Romania beaches which suffered a lot of changes in the last couple of year.
Most of the old hotels had been refurbished, while new ones appear on the horizon, some of them being located very close to the sea.
5.1 Location and getting there
Venus is located on the southern part of the Romanian Black Sea shore, 250 kilometres away from Bucharest.
You can get to the resort with the same name by car, bus or train; there are no direct trains or buses from Bucharest to Venus.
That is why I recommend you to travel by car; it is faster, simpler and more efficient.
Otherwise, if you choose to take a bus or the train, then you have to change in Mangalia or Constanta, depending on the transportation mean.
This beautiful Romania beach has changed a lot in the last couple of years but in a good way.
The golden strip of sand is very clean and well maintained and part of it is arranged with sunchairs and umbrellas.
There is lifeguard service during high season and some cosy bars and restaurants can be found close to the sea.
What I like about this part of the Black Sea shore is that you can walk on the beach to nearby Saturn or Cap Aurora, two other beautiful Romanian beaches without realising that you are not in Venus anymore.
5.3 Where to sleep
ViiLaLac is located 200 metres from the sea, offering clean and spacious rooms with a private bathroom, a restaurant, a bar and a beautiful garden.
You can eat a tasty and good breakfast at the property, and the price is included in the room rate.
5.4 Best beach for …
…families with kids
6. Neptun Beach
Having the largest stretch of sandy beaches from Olimp to Saturn resorts, the Neptun beach is basically a list of various private strips of sand, one better than the other.
6.1 Location and getting there
Neptun resort is located on the southern part of the Black Sea Coast, 250 kilometres away from Bucharest.
You can get to this resort by train, by bus and in your car.
Trains are a little bit complicated to use, as there is no direct line to this resort; you have to take a train from Bucharest to Mangalia.
From there you take another train which stops in each small railway station along the Black Sea coast.
If you choose to travel by bus, then you have to take the minivan from GSM Trans station (street Baldovin Parcalabul) and in less than 4 hours you reach the seaside.
One of the most beautiful Romanian beaches has a width ranging from 30 to 100 meters and is bordered by reed fences.
Shops, bars and a few restaurants could be found near the beach while a lifeguard point is open during peak season.
The most famous strip of sand from the area is La Steaguri and to be honest with you is one of the most beautiful Romania beaches from the Black Sea.
Sand sports lover should know that volleyball and football fields are arranged on the beach and they play all day long.
6.3 Where to sleep
Our recommendation for your overnight stay near this amazing Romania beach is Hotel Terra.
This seaside resort is located in the centre of the resort, close to the beach, only 5 minutes walk.
The Hotel Terra has a very tasty restaurant where traditional and international cuisine can be served.
All the rooms have a refrigerator and bathroom; free parking is available on site.
6.4 Best Romania beach for …
… families with kids
7. Costinesti Beach
One of the most popular beaches among Romanian young generation is Costinesti.
You should come here if you are looking for endless parties and meeting new people.
Ring, Tineretului and Panoramic Club are among the most famous clubs from the resort, where you can dance all night long.
7.1 Location and getting there
The resort is located 240 kilometres from Bucharest, on the southern part of the Romanian Black seashore and you can get here by bus, by train and by car.
There are no direct trains from Bucharest to Costinesti; you have to change in Constanta and from there take another train which stops in every station.
You will need about 4 hours to get by train in Costinesti comparing with the 3 hours by car.
As for buses, you go to GSM Trans station from Bucharest and take the bus which goes to Costinesti; the first bus leaves around 11 a.m. and the last one at 5 p.m.
The total length of the Romania beach from Costinesti is around 1 kilometre and is divided between paid and free beach.
On the north part of the resort, there is a great sea wall that goes up to Tuzla Cape which protect the beach, while in the southern part is a rocky area.
Costinesti is one of the resorts which suffered many transformations in the last years.
One of the most popular Romania beaches was modernised with European founds and today looks amazing.
Lifeguard service to watch you, bars and restaurants spread along the beach are just some of the facilities available at this location.
Here, in the shallow waters of Costinesti, there is an old shipwreck dating from 1968, the perfect place for photos if you are in the area.
7.3 Where to sleep
The cosy but modern guesthouse Casa Barina Costinesti is our choice for this area.
Located within a few minutes away from the beach, this Black Sea resort offers large and clean rooms with air conditioning, fridge and kettle where you can prepare your meals.
The breakfast is included In the room price, and may I mention it is tasty and varied; free parking place is available on the property.
7.4 Best beach for…
8. Eforie Nord Beach
The second-largest from all the Romanian beaches from the Black Sea shore is the one from Eforie Nord.
The combination of recreational tourism with treatment makes the resort open to tourists throughout the year.
The treatment bases from the resort attract a large number of Romanian and foreign tourists each year.
They are offering them modern treatments and cures using natural ingredients from the area.
8.1 Location and getting there
Positioned approximately 12 kilometres from Constanta, on the road connecting with the city of Mangalia, Eforie Nord is accessible by train, bus and car.
Like most Romanian resorts from the Black Sea, Eforie Nord does not have a direct connection by train from Bucharest.
You have to change your train in Constanta and the total duration of the trip is around 3 hours, depending on the connection train.
There are direct buses from Bucharest to Eforie Nord and in less than 3 hours you reach the seaside.
I personally prefer to go to the Black Sea by car, as I have the freedom and the mobility to move around, without being conditioned by any bus schedule or train.
Eforie Nord Resort enjoys a wide opening to the sea and a sea wall whose height reaches 30 meters.
This Romania beach has a length of about 4 kilometres, and its width varies between 20 and 100 meters.
In the northern part of the beach rises the cliff, known as a perfect place for a walk.
The connection between the sea wall and the beach is made of stairs. In the southern part of the resort, the beach is wider and the access is direct.
Throughout Eforie Sud strip of sand, one of the most beautiful Romania beaches, the entrance to the water is smooth, and the sand has a larger granulation than that of Mamaia and Constanta.
Part of the beach is equipped with sunbeds, umbrellas and beach bars.
8.3 Where to sleep
Casa CLB is a wonderful place to stay while in Eforie Nord because is close to the sea and offer great rooms, a cosy terrace and a beautiful garden.
Breakfast is not offered by the property but you can prepare it by yourself or eat at one of the restaurants from the resort.
8.4 Best Romanian beaches for …
…families and older people
9. Gura Portitei Beach
You might be surprised but this beach is not located at the Black Sea coast, but it is on Danube Delta.
It is an oasis of peace and tranquillity, the ideal place to go if you are looking to spend some relaxing moments close to nature.
9.1 Location and getting there
This beautiful Romania beach is located 50 kilometres away from Tulcea. You can reach Tulcea by car from Bucharest and from there you have to take the boat.
There are 2 types of boats available: the private one and the public one.
The public boat leaves 3 times a day and the trip lasts for about 1 and a half-hour; there are fix hours when the boat leaves from Tulcea.
And there is the private transfer, which is much more expensive and way faster ( only 15 minutes) and here are also 3 boats per day.
The beach itself is extremely beautiful, you have the delta behind you, a lot of wildlife (especially birds) nearby, but also golden sands and a perfect sea.
On the beach, there are umbrellas made from reed and sun chairs where you can shelter from the burning summer sun.
On the area, there is one single resort which offers a wide range of options when speaking about accommodation and it has a beach bar from where you can buy a drink and a snack.
Everything around you is wild and untamed, you will hear the birds singing and the sea waves splashing on the shore.
This Romania beach is among the most beautiful and peaceful I have seen and it gives you to unique opportunity to reconnect with nature.
9.3 Where to sleep
Located on the sandy tongue that separates the two worlds, the Holiday Village Gura Portitei is the place where you can admire both the flora and fauna specific to the Danube Delta and the Black Sea, a walk away from each other.
You can choose to sleep on the island resort, on the beach bungalows or on the hotels located near the beach.
They all look good and offer amazing views of the landscape and the surrounding area.
9.4 Best beach for …
… those looking to reconnect with nature
10. Vama Veche Beach
Vama Veche was and remains one of the most non-conformist holiday destinations from the Black Sea coast.
It is the place where you can spend a holiday in the middle of nature, in a special atmosphere of freedom.
10.1 Location and getting there
Vama Veche is located at a distance of 7 km from 2 Mai and 12 km from Mangalia.
Vama Veche, one of the most popular Romanian beaches can be reached from Mangalia, which is the terminus of the railway, with the help of minibuses that can be taken from the station or with your own car on the national road E 87.
The Romania beach of Vama Veche is wide, having in some areas over 200 meters.
Intimate and wild, the beach is populated at night by young people who gather around the campfires.
Due to congestion and lack of education, sometimes the beach is full of garbage.
A symbol of the resort is the wreck located a few hundred meters from the shore.
In Vama Veche, there are some of the most original terraces and restaurants, with wooden tables and chairs, with reed umbrellas, where fried anchovies, small ones, pizza, etc. are served.
10.3 Where to sleep
Accommodation is provided by hotels, few in number, but especially by villas and guesthouses.
Accommodation rates are low compared to other resorts on the Romanian coast.
SPOT Vama Veche is one of my favourite places to stay when in Vama Veche because of the bohemian vibe and its colourful rooms and peaceful atmosphere!
The hotel has a beautiful garden where you can relax after a hot day on the beach!
10.4 Best beach for …
… hippie and non-conformist people
11. Sfantu Gheorghe beach
Sfantu Gheorghe is a small fishermen’s village situated right where the Danube meets the Black sea.
It is the only village in the Delta where you can see both the Danube and the Black Sea at the same time.
11.1 Location and getting there
The only way to get to this amazing Romania beach is by boat.
Take a car from Bucharest and drive to Murighiol, there are about 360 kilometres from Romania’s capital to the place where you have to take the boat.
If you come from other parts of Romania (Moldavia for example) you can let your car in Tulcea or Mahmudia and from there take the boat.
There are daily courses which go from all these 3 ports to Sfantu Gheorghe or you can take a speed boat which can be rented from the port from private hosts.
The ride with a regular boat lasts for about 4 and a half hours, but it is extremely beautiful, while the ride with a speed boat lasts for about 1 and a half hours.
If you choose to stay at Green Village, one of the best resorts from Sfantu Gheorghe than you can ask for transportation when you book the room.
The ride is smooth and stressless and lasts for only 1 hour and a half.
Sfantu Gheorghe has one of the best and largest Romania beaches at Black Sea coast.
It stretches 30 kilometres, all the way to the Sulina beach to the north. It’s wild and basically untouched by man.
It is located about 1.5 kilometres east of the fishing village and you have to follow a beautiful sandy road to reach it.
It’s great for walking, but you can also take the Trocarici ( a local transportation mean) which will get you there faster.
The water is not very deep and you can walk for hundreds of meters and still touch the bottom.
Most of the time, the water is actually sweet, not salty, because the Danube flows in the sea just around the corner.
If you’re lucky, you’ll even get a chance to see the wild horses roaming around; ask the locals for more details as they are really nice people.
11.3 Where to sleep
For your overnight stay, I recommend you to sleep at Green Village Resort Danube Delta , one of the most beautiful resorts from the island.
The resort has three main areas, one noisier and more animated, located near the restaurant and the reception; another one, which is quieter located at dozens of metres away and the third one, which has a pool and is further from the reception.
We choose to stay in the second area, the quieter one and it was absolutely perfect.
We had a beautiful bungalow displayed on two floors with a big patio and amazing interiors.
The food, the services everything was perfect. We really enjoyed our time spent there!
Check out the price for your desired period and reserve in advance your room at Green Village Resort Danube Delta as they can get fully booked pretty fast.
11.4 Best beach for …
… those looking to reconnect with nature
12. Sulina beach
This amazing Romanian beach has a natural, almost wild look, but it is really clean and intimate.
It definitely contributes to the overall image of Sulina: it offers large beaches, crystal clear water, hidden water channels, quality food for low prices and quiet.
12.1 Location and getting there
Sulina is a port city located in Tulcea county, Dobrogea region (eastern Romania), the point where the Danube flows into the Black Sea.
As it is not connected to any roads the only way to get to Sulina is by water either on the Danube or on the Black Sea.
Leave your car in a designated area near Tulcea harbour and from there take the boat to Sulina.
There are two boat options from Sulina: slow ferry operated by NAVROM ( a state company) or speed boats owned and operated by private companies.
If you choose to travel with the slow ferry you should know that there is just one ferry per day and it departs at 7 a.m from Sulina and at 1 p.m from Tulcea.
The price of a ticket is around 9 Euro and the ride lasts for about 4 hours.
Speed boat costs start from 12 euro per person, and the first boat is at 8 a.m., while the last one at 4 p.m; the ride lasts for about 1 hour and a half.
A wide sandy Romania beach located about 2, 5 kilometres from Sulina can be reached on foot in 20-30 minutes or with a maxi-taxi.
Sulina beach is one of the wildest places on the Romanian seaside, but not necessarily because of the difficult access, but because it is a virgin beach.
A few years ago, it was not even known to most of the tourists. It is an isolated beach that can be reached only by water to Sulina, then by foot for about 2 kilometres on the beach.
On the bottom, the sand is disposed in banks from 30 to 30 meters, and among the first two, the water is not very deep.
There are many tourists that believe this place worth wild, so they come way up here just to enjoy the calm of this little town with a splendid view both over the Danube and the Black Sea.
Sulina beach is also the widest ever-growing beach in our country, with fine sand, shallow water and internationally protected species such as Sweet William (Garofita), sand Convolvulus from the bindweed family, as well as white sea buckthorn dunes.
The beach is 150 meters wide and the sand is extremely soft.
12.3 Where to sleep
Once you get to this amazing Romanian beach the most beautiful place to sleep is Casa Coral Sulina, located close to the Black Sea.
The services and the personnel are great, and the location is perfect, in a quiet and secluded place.
12.4 Best beach for …
… those looking for virgin beaches and quiet atmosphere
13. Navodari Beach
This incredible Romanian beach is the right place to go if you want to have the infrastructure and amenities of a developed beach resort as Mamaia but not the crowdedness of that area.
13.1 Location and getting there
Navodari is located right near one of the most famous Romania beaches, Mamaia. You can get here by train, by bus or by train, depending on your choice.
One of the cheapest ways to get to Navodari is by train, but the big minus is that you have to change the transportation means in Constanta.
You take the train from Bucharest to Constanta and from there take a maxi taxi or a bus to Navodari.
Or you can choose to take a bus directly from Bucharest and go to Romania beaches; the ride lasts for about 3 hours.
And there is always the third option, the one I enjoy most, the car.
I always choose to go by car as I have the mobility and freedom to move around and explore the area.
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In the past few years, Navodari has developed a lot. New hotels, apartment buildings, and shops have been built and from a wild beach, Navodari has transformed into one of the most developed beaches in Romania.
It’s a beautiful place, where you can rent a sunbed or simply sit on the sand and admire the views. It’s less expensive than Mamaia, but it’s equally beautiful.
13.3 Where to sleep
Apartment Adda Navodari is a great choice for those looking to stay in Navodari, close to the sea.
The apartment is located 600 metres from the city centre close to many restaurants and shops and offers views over Tasaul lake.
The interior of the apartment is modern and clean and includes a fully equipped kitchen where you can prepare your meals.
13.4 Best beach for …
… families, adults and young generation
14. Tuzla Beach
The town of Tuzla has been known only through the activities that took place on the local airfield for years.
Few people know that this small village has a wild beach that is protected by a high cliff and watched by the oldest beacon of the Romanian seashore.
14.1 Location and getting there
One of the most picturesque Romanian beaches from the Black Sea Coast is located half distance between Constanta and Mangalia towns.
The easiest way to reach it is by car.
The road to the beach starts at the sign indicating the direction you must follow to reach the destination.
It is paved to the edge of the village and then continues with a dust road that crosses a field.
There are 233 kilometres from Bucharest to the beach; it will take you about 2 and a half hours to reach the seaside under normal traffic conditions.
But during peak season the highway to the sea is extremely crowded so plan your trip ahead and try to avoid travelling to the seaside on a Friday afternoon, as it might be very crowded.
This Romania beach is hidden for most of the tourists and is very clean and well maintained.
The place is famous for its crystal-clear turquoise water which is perfect for snorkelling.
In the past few years, restaurants and hotels started popping near Tuzla, attracting more and more tourists.
If you’re looking for hidden gems, you should hurry and visit Tuzla Beach before it becomes mainstream.
The entrance to the sea is steep, the currents are very strong, and from here and there are stones, so you have to be careful.
14.3 Where to sleep
There are not many options when speaking about accommodation in Tuzla as it is not a very popular place among tourists.
For our stay in this place, we chose WaitN Sea House, an intimate guesthouse located pretty far for the beach. But this is normal for this area, as near the beach there are no constructions.
You can reach the beautiful strip of sand by car in just a few minutes.
The rooms are clean and each has a private bathroom equipped with everything you need for a pleasant stay.
14.4 Best beach for…
…those wanting to escape from city noise pollution and stress.
15. Best of all: Mamaia Beach
Mamaia is the largest and most famous resort of the Romanian river and has one of the most beautiful Romanian beaches.
15.1 Location and getting there
Located in the northern part of the Romanian Black Sea coast, Mamaia has one of the best positions from all Romanian resorts.
The resort is attached to Constanta and separates Lake Siutghiol from the Black Sea.
The easiest and quickest way to get Mamaia is by car; take the car from Bucharest, follow the highway and you will get to Constanta.
From there follow the signs to Mamaia and in less than 15 minutes you’ll get to the sea.
If you don’t have a car, then you can travel to the seaside by train or by bus.
From Bucharest train station you have a direct train to Constanta and from there take a maxi taxi, a taxi or a bus to get to Mamai.
Mamaia resort was endowed with one of the largest beaches in all of Europe.
It stretches for a distance of almost 10 kilometres, between the cities of Constanta and Navodari, and its width often reaches 200 meters.
This amazing Romania beach is covered with fine sand, without stones and excess shells, and the entrance to the water is smooth, the depth of the sea gradually increasing over a fairly long distance.
For the safety, protection and comfort of the tourists, on this Romanian beach, there are lifeguard points, first aid tents, toilets and selective waste collection points.
A large part of the beach is arranged with sunbeds and umbrellas that tourists can benefit from for a fee, but there are also areas where they can put their towel for free.
The beach of the resort is full of beach bars, terraces and beach clubs perfect places where you can hide from the summer heat with a cocktail or an iced coffee or party till morning.
Mamaia is considered to be the most luxurious summer destination in Romania.
The prices for accommodation and food are pretty high so don’t choose Mamaia Beach if you’re on a budget.
15.3 Where to sleep
There are plenty of options to choose from when speaking about the most beautiful Romanian beaches.
My favourite place to stay in Mamaia is Iaki Hotel Mamaia. It is located right near the Mamaia promenade and 1 minute away from the sea.
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Most of the rooms have breathtaking views over the sea and the interiors are clean and well maintained.
The breakfast is tasty and varied and here you can find one of the best spas from the Romanian Black Sea coast.
15.4 Best beach for…
…those looking to party and live in style
There are many beautiful beaches in Romania.
Some are more popular, others are more remote but all of them are worth visiting.
With so many options to choose from, spending your summer vacation in Romania is a great idea!
Which one of these beaches is best for you?
Please share with us your thoughts and memories if you have ever been on Romanian beaches before.