Discover Constanța County, Romania – Constanța city, Agigea Reserve, Vama Veche, Techirghiol lake, Dobrogea gorges …

Constanța County is located at the south-eastern Romania to the Black Sea. Tourist major attraction of this county is the Black Sea. Each of the seaside resorts has its special tourist attractions.

Portul Constanta


In any of these resorts the sunrise is a unique, magnificent spectacle.
Wine tourism is also well represented in the area.

Constanța city, the county seat, is one of the cities with the highest standard of living in Romania. Besides its beaches Modern, 3 Slippers or North Promenade, the city has an enviable tourist offer.

Genovese Lighthouse – was built between 1858 and 1860 on the foundation of an old lighthouse dating from 1300.
The Museum of Natural Sciences in Constanța consists of Dolphinarium, Planetarium, Micro-reserve and the Astronomical Observatory. It is a place for recreation, knowledge and the only one in Romania where you can see a show whose actors are dolphins, sea lions and penguins.

The Aquarium of Constanța, inaugurated in 1958 is now a permanent exhibition of aquatic fauna and flora, but also hosts temporary exhibitions with different themes.

The Casino is a landmark building for the city, but can be seen only on the outside as it is in a state of advanced decay.
The journey through Constanța County can lead you to historical, cultural or scientific particularly attractive objectives or to seating areas.

Here are some guidelines:

– Monuments Tropaeum Traiani located in Adamclisi. It is dedicated to Dacian victory of 105-106 over the Roman Emperor Trajan. The monument was restored in the last century and today is part of a museum complex that contains aqueducts, necropolis, Tropaeum Traiani Fortress and other sights.

– Agigea Sea Dunes Reserve- is a protected area, unique on the Romanian seaside, that houses several rare plant species specific to the sandy land.

– Dobrogei Gorge – is a protected area with bird specific, providing food and nesting conditions for many species of birds, some rare and protected by law.

The reserve also includes other places of interest such as the: La Adam Cave, Gura Dobrogei Cave and Nature Reserve . In the area there are also other cultural and historic monuments such as: the church St. Nicholas of Nistoreşti, the Amphitheater with Rupestral inscriptions from Casian and several archaeological sites.

– The City and Lake Techirghiol – is a known tourist attraction site due to the curative properties of mud and water that you will find there. The city is a famous spa resort. Here you can visit the Monastery of St. Mary made of oak planks joined together with wooden pegs.

– Histria Fortress – built by the Greeks around 650 BC, it is considered the oldest city historically attested in Romania. History lovers can visit here the ruins and the museum.

Lake Siutghiol with Ovidiu Island – is a place very suitable to skiing, yachting and boating. The lake is a natural reserve of mixed type.
Vama Veche – is situated close to the border with Bulgaria. It is still the least commercial, natural, keeping a special unique ambience, resort of the Romanian seaside.

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