Situated near the beach, this guesthouse is 6.4 mi (10.3 km) from Murighiol City Hall and 8.2 mi (13.3 km) from Cetatea Halmyris Ruins. Folk Art & Ethnographic Museum and Central Eco-Tourism Museum of the Danube Delta are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated in Tulcea, this hotel is steps from Folk Art & Ethnographic Museum and Central Eco-Tourism Museum of the Danube Delta. St. Nicolae Cathedral and Tulcea Museum of History and Archaeology are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Tulcea, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Folk Art & Ethnographic Museum and Central Eco-Tourism Museum of the Danube Delta. St. Nicolae Cathedral and Tulcea Museum of History and Archaeology are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated on a river, this luxury hotel is in the same region as Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve.
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Roughly 65 miles south of Mahmudia is where you will find the notable city of Constanta.
Let the sun light up your face and the waves crash over your feet. We suggest starting at Sulina Beach, 30 miles to the east, or Mamaia Beach, 60 miles to the south.
Cetatea Halmyris Ruins and Murighiol City Hall are just some of the interesting places in Plopul, a locality 5 miles away from Mahmudia. Another idea is Nufăru. It's 9 miles out of Mahmudia, and boasts Tulcea Museum of History and Archaeology and Independence Monument.
Step outside and have an adventure. Try mountain climbing and hiking.
Need to clear your mind? Spend an afternoon shore fishing, picnicking or joining in on any of the other outdoor activities the area has to offer.
Visitors who want to see and do it all should consider signing up for some organized activities. Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and winery tours are some of the most entertaining options in the region.
Be sure not to leave Romanian Black Sea Coast without getting a view from the sky. You'll discover some great opportunities to try paragliding in the region.
If you've always been a watersports lover, you'll try some swimming or snorkeling.
Immerse yourself in culture at the history museums of Romanian Black Sea Coast. They are all indoor venues, so you won't have to worry about the weather.
On a fine day, head outdoors to experience the region's farms and lighthouses.
You'll discover that the region offers some intriguing sites that provide some insight into local history. Make sure you add some of its old towns to your to-do list.
Discover the region's spiritual dimension by spending a little quiet time at its numerous churches, mosques and monasteries.
What's a vacation without indulging in some delicious food and drink? Romanian Black Sea Coast is a wonderful place to satisfy your cravings!
Of the many different types of produce you'll find during your dining expedition, lamb and fish are among the most prized.
Saramura (carp with polenta and garlic) and ciorbÄƒ Å£ÄƒrÄƒneascÄƒ (vegetable soup) are a couple of specialty menu items with their own special flavors.
No meal can be complete without a sweet treat. ClÄƒtite cu brânzÄƒ (filled crepes) is sure to do the job.
If sampling a bottle or two of the local brew is high on your list of priorities, make a beeline for the nearest watering hole and order a round of Stejar
If you want a non-alcoholic drink, ceai (black tea) is definitely a popular option.
Considered one of the most beloved local spirits, afinatÄƒ (blueberry liqueur) is sure to put some hair on your chest.
Appreciate the flavorful aromas that drift out from the region's most popular wines. During an evening meal, order a bottle or two of TÄƒmâioasÄƒ RomaneascÄƒ and GrasÄƒ de Cotnari.
When it comes time to leave this great place, don't forget to bid it a warm "La revedere".
The handiest airport is Odessa International Airport, and it is roughly 120 miles to the northeast.
Short and long stay options in Mahmudia tend to be limited. Before you leave, browse the current range on Expedia's easy-to-use Mahmudia lodging guide.