Resorts and cities in Delta Dunarii region

In 1989, city Uzlina longer appeared on maps in name only. The village has fallen victim to demolition plan abnormally small towns of Ceausescu. Tourism has been restored but the village life.

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Murighiol

Murighiol

City Murighiol is attractive for those who spend their vacations in the Delta. Murighiol town with a rich history that comes from the ancient hearth of the village were present when the Black Sea port, and the old Danubiu, enjoy some advantages they have only a few Romanian localities. Two steps from the village opens kingdom of Delta waters. Murighiol Razelm Lakes and surrounds the city, and the cobweb of canals around these lakes can get into areas of the wildest and picturesque Danube Delta Biosphere Reserved. Besides the lush landscape of water specific provinces, which constitute an irresistible attraction for nature lovers, MURIGHIOL has the advantage of being accessible to tourists who do not have enough time to vacation.


Sfantu Gheorghe Delta

Sfantu Gheorghe Delta

Located in the extreme east of the Danube Delta area, GEORGE SFANTU is situated in the eastern county of Tulcea Tulcea Km 120 on the arm of Saint-George and 35 km from Sulina. The village is bordered to the north of the village Crisan and Sulina, on the east and south of the Black Sea and west of the village Murighiol. The climate is continental with hot summers, cold winters with strong winds, average annual temperature of 11 ° C and the average amount of annual rainfall is 440l/mp. On an administrative area of 60,575.87 hectares, the village consists of about 358 households living in about 971 people have preserved their traditions and language Ukrainian.


Sulina

Sulina

Sulina is a town and a free port in Tulcea county, Dobrogea, at the eastern extremity of Romania, the Danube Delta, the mouth of the Sulina branch point in the Black Sea. It has a population of 4601 inhabitants. Sulina is not directly related to road network in Romania and can be reached only by water or on the Danube or Black Sea.


Tulcea

Tulcea

Tulcea County is located in south-eastern Romania, in North Dobrogea, and is crossed by 45 parallel, north west and is bordered to the east of the Danube and Black Sea. Tulcea is 30 meters high and 292 km from Bucharest. It is situated on seven hills hills of Tulcea, on a house inhabited continuously since Gumelniţa culture period (2900-2200 BC), continuing with Aegyssus Greek settlement (eighth century BC), the port and the city dating from Roman I - II AD, the city of Tulcea appointed time of Mircea the Old. Under Ottoman rule the town decades, a reversal occurring with the opening of the Sulina channel.


Dunavatul De Jos

Dunavatul De Jos

Lower Village belongs to the village Dunavatul Murighiol and is an old fisherman's village. It has the advantage of being directly linked by road from the town of Tulcea. It is located in the Dobrogea horst contact with the depression of Ostrov Dranov delta in the north-east of Tulcea County, is a township in the village Murighiol. The settlement dates back to ancient times, its name having origins in the Slavic name - Dunaveţ (Small Danube) - Girl of the link between the St. George arm of the Danube and Razim - Sinoe. Ties on land and on water with neighboring towns, including the city of Tulcea, and permanence traces historical, cultural and traditional roots entwined with the local community - Ukrainian ethnicity is predominant - generates a mood of school students continue to open , search and community understanding of environmental features.


Uzlina

Uzlina

In 1989, city Uzlina longer appeared on maps in name only. The village has fallen victim to demolition plan abnormally small towns of Ceausescu. Tourism has been restored but the village life. Three families have resisted Uzlina forced systematic program initiated by Ceausescu. Thus, despite the immense pressure by the authorities and the Murighiol Tulcea, three families refused to leave their homes they owned Uzlina Sand. This refusal has led, over the years, this city, left only with the name on the map to transform itself into a modern tourist resort.


Danube Delta

Danube Delta

Delta (3446 km ²), located mostly in Dobrogea, Romania and partly in Ukraine is the second largest and best preserved of European deltas. Delta entered the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991, is classified as a Biosphere Reserve in Romania national and international taxonomy as a national park in the IUCN.


Nufaru

Nufaru

Nufăru is a commune located in the northeast of Tulcea county, Dobrogea, Romania, consisting of the villages Ilganii de Jos, Malcoci, Nufăru (residence) and Victoria.


Crisan

Crisan

Crisan is the town where it divides, most often, most of the escapades in the Delta. Fishing village origins, Crisan has experienced rapid growth especially because of its privileged position on the most traveled channel - Sulina, frequented by merchant ships as well as those of tourism and recreation. Three large meanders of the river come together here, they are all ways of access to some of the original columns of the Delta. South to Caraorman Puiu Lake and Red Lake and the north shore of the Danube old arms, to Mile 23 or to the village and the forest Letea.


Mahmudia

Mahmudia

Mahmudia was born on the site of an ancient Roman settlement, City Cross, whose ruins are still visible on one of the five hills


Gura Portitei

Gura Portitei

Portiţei is located on a narrow strip of sand between the Black Sea and Lake Goloviţa in the Danube Delta.


Baltenii De Sus

Baltenii De Sus

Location Bestepe common belonging, situated in Tulcea County.


Maliuc

Maliuc

Maliuc part of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve - Tulcea County is located in the eastern extremity of the island, the Sulina, about 30 km from Tulcea and at a reasonable distance from the fishing village Lipoven Mile 23.


Partizani

Partizani

City of Maliuc belonging situated 8 miles from the Sulina arm of the Danube, Tulcea County. Distance from the city of Tulcea is 20 km.


Jurilovca

Jurilovca

Jurilovca village was founded by the verge Lipovan nineteenth century, the first document dates from 1826. Although its inception was a small hamlet, settlement developed in the late nineteenth century became a center of fishing importing delta, is now the largest community of fishermen in the Delta Center collection and processing of fish and a point tourist attraction.


Mila 23

Mila 23

Mila 23 is one of the most famous villages are located in the heart of the Delta, halfway between sea and Tulcea. The locals are fishermen of different ethnic groups: Ukrainians, Russians, Turks and some Lipovan. There are many young families who grew up in the old traditions of the place.




Dunavatul De Sus

Dunavatul De Sus

Dunavăţ two towns bearing the same name: Dunavatu Dunavatu Upper and Lower, at a distance of about 2.5 km apart, located on the right arm of St. George, belonging to the village Murighiol. Near the village of Upper Dunavatu, Roman remains were discovered of the settlement Halmyris, surname and Lake Razim period. The population of these two settlements is mostly of Ukrainian origin, coming from Zaporozhye, following the persecutions of the autocratic regime of Catherine II The ancestors of current residents were the Cossacks, who in their wanderings and settled in these places welcoming Cossacks, descendants of these groups are still location-ity of the population and represents a challenge for sub-project team will complete a minimuzeu and minimonografie Dunavăţul to prove that the Netherlands still retains the characteristic feature of the Cossack villages.