The easternmost city of Romania and of the European Union, Sulina occupies both shores of the Danube river, at the point where it meets the sea. The city’s structure is simple and even, with parallel streets, wood houses with high foundations typical for Sulina area, with stores and coffee shops on the ground floor.

Places to visit:

The Old Lighthouse Museum. Built at the beginning of the 19th century, the lighthouse became a museum in 2003.

The Palace of the European Commission of the Danube, built between 1860-1868, it is an impressive building which used to be the headquarters of the European Commission of the Danube.

The multi-national cemetery – unique in Romania and in Europe, comprising 3 cemeteries: the Christian cemetery, the Muslim cemetery and the Jewish cemetery.

The beach in Sulina is the widest on the Black Sea coast, with fine sand and excellent swimming places.


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1 Fun, Sun and Beaches

Warm climate, miles of sand beaches, vineyards... [more...]

2 Archaeology and Culture Romanian Riviera , part of Dobrodgea , wich... [more...]

3 Wild Danube Delta

For more than 10,000 years , after crossing 2,860... [more...]

4 Events.

There are plenty events all year round dance festivals... [more...]

5 The Black Sea Spas

There are no miracles , but Romanian cures ... [more...]

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