Section in Mamaia - Constanta
Do & See
Explore Constanta's important museums and experience history face-to-face on a walk through the numerous ruins and ancient fortresses spread throughout the county (Histria, Tomis, Callatis, Adamclisi, Capidava). Find your spiritual self on a religious itinerary to sites such as St Andrew’s Cave, Dervent Monastery, the orthodox and catholic churches or mosques. And, at the end of the day, you can experience the local cuisine, specific to this area, washed down with a glass of delicious Romanian wine. Mamaia, also called the ‘The Pearl of the Black Sea’, is the biggest summer resort on the Black Sea coast, a strip of land 8km long, located in the north side of the city Constanta. During the day you can chill on the beach, or go wind surfing, jet skiing or parasailing, while at night there are plenty of shows and parties that will keep you awake until dawn, including performances from some of the world’s best DJs.