Sulina is situated 180 miles (290 kilometers) east of Bucharest, the national capital.
Consider using Sulina as a starting point for further adventures. Romanian Black Sea Coast has been endowed with numerous fascinating sights and attractions. Murighiol and Uzlina are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Romanian Black Sea Coast.
Ask a local their favorite places to see, they'll often point to the region's much-loved farms and lighthouses. Spend the time to really understand Romanian Black Sea Coast by discovering its history. A great place to start is by visiting the area's historic old towns.
Breathe deeply and let your worries melt away as you try out this region's relaxing pursuits such as picnicking and bird watching. Don't visit the area without getting a view from the sky. There are a few great options for paragliding.
A way to discover the true personality of a place is by exploring the cafés and restaurants in the region. Try some food and get to know people who live in the area. Favorite foods are saramura (carp with polenta and garlic) and plachia de crap (carp cooked with onions), but of course there are many other tasty meal options on the menu.
Good things must come to an end, but be rest assured, when it's time to leave the region, you'll be leaving with many special photos and memories to remember your journey.