The village is located on the right shore of the Sf. Gheorghe branch, in the very heart of the Delta. You can get there by boat, but also by car (15 minutes from Tulcea). The beauty of the landscape, the abundance in archaeological vestiges, the rocky and sunny roads that lead to the vast and quiet waters of the Delta – all these make the village unique and attractive.

The Fisherman’s House is a small museum opened by the local community, displaying scenes from the life of the fishing communities in the Danube Delta. The entrance is free.

Many vestiges from the Neolithic, the First Iron Age, Dacian, Roman and Early Medieval Period have been discovered in the vicinity.

Salsovia Fortress is located on the Danube Bank, 8 km from the village. The fortress stood as a Roman military outpost starting from the first century BC.

Saratura Lakes hold dark therapeutic mud. Saratura III lake, also known as the Salt Lake, was declared as a biological interest natural reserve.

Uzlina and Saraturile refuges, which are both zoological natural reserves, are great places to see rare species of birds.


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