Situated half an hour by car from Constanța, on the shore of the Black Sea, Costinești is the favourite summer resort for young people in Romania.

Eforie Nord

Eforie Nord is a leisure and health spa resort on the shore of the Black Sea, recommended especially to families and to those seeking balneary treatments. The fine-sand beach is 3km long and 20-100m wide, being bordered in the northern part of the resort by a high sea front, one of the most popular places for promenade in the area.

Eforie Sud

Eforie Sud is the oldest balneary resort and one of the first summer resorts on the shore of the Black Sea, dating from the end of the 19th century. Situated between the sea and Lake Techirghiol, it is also known as “the town between waters”.

Jupiter-Cap Aurora

Jupiter-Cap Aurora is one of the smallest and greenest resorts on the Black Sea’s shore, introduced in the touristic circuit in the 1970s. It is situated in a picturesque location, between the Comorova Woods, Tismana Lake and the seashore, which is dominated by a long sea front. 


Mamaia, “the Pearl of the Romanian seaside”, is the country’s most popular resort, being known for its vibrant nightlife. It is an 8km strip of wide beach running between Lake Siutghiol and the Black Sea, providing to the tourists a wide range of activities, such as waterskiing, jet skiing, kayaking, kite surfing and surfing.


A town and resort on the shore of the Black Sea, Mangalia developed on the site of the ancient colony of Callatis, founded by the Greeks in the 6th century BC. It had an interesting history, being run in turns by Greeks, Persians, Macedonians, Dacians, Romans, Tatars and Genovese.


Neptun-Olimp is a summer resort in the southern part of the Black Sea’s shore, often considered a single town, though it is comprised of two different seaside resorts, Olimp in the north and Neptun in the south.


Situated in a calm bay just north of Mangalia, Saturn is a small resort on the shore of the Black Sea, built at the beginning of the 1970s. It has four gulfs with small beaches with fine sand, as well as a longer beach, spreading on 1.2km towards Venus resort, which is bordered by a lake called Balta Saturn.

Vama Veche

Vama Veche developed a reputation as a bohemian paradise for hippies, artists and non-conformists, generally known as “vamaioți”.


Situated in the southern part of the Romanian shore of the Black Sea, Venus is a quiet and family-oriented resort. Inaugurated in 1972, it is a welcoming and elegant resort, not very crowded, which ensures a relaxing stay for tourists.