The Danube Delta is fascinating in the spring months, when you see no trace of a fisherman because of the prohibition, the wild vegetation adorns the whole country, the birds are wearing the bridal feather, the first flowers of water lilies, lotus trees and iris are on the water, and the holiday offerings are more tempting … Lipova Escapade at Gulliver Delta Resort 4 * An excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the Danube Delta can be in a glimpse at Gulliver Delta Resort 4 * , a typical Lipovan hotel set on the shores of the Purple Lake at the edge of Murighiol. Any holiday here means relaxation, whether you choose to swim in the pool (on hot summer days), read in the hammock in the lush garden or fishing on the pontoon, here you have no time to get bored.
Explore the Museum of Biodiversity The Danube Delta is the only delta in the world that bears the title of Biosphere Reserve within UNESCO due to the large number of living creatures it hosts, many of which are endangered. More than half of the delta area is occupied by natural and aquatic ecosystems, where access, fishing or hunting are either banned or strictly controlled. Wild beaches bathed by khaki green water Start with the boat on the complicated trails, admiring the mosaic of aquatic plants, flowering lilies and small sandy beaches to the “end of the Delta” as the fishermen used to say about Sfantu Gheorghe village. Here is the most beautiful wild beach in Romania, fixed at the place where the Danube flows into the Black Sea. Sulina, however, is the most popular place in the reserve and the only one has a harbor both at sea and on the river, which is why it is full of tourists.
You can visit the Old Ottoman Farms, the Museum of Jean Bart’s Writer, the Mosaic Church and the charming white beach. Unique place in Europe The Danube Delta is the largest wetlands reserve in Europe, but also the place with the largest compact reef surface in the world. Experience a safari in Letea, the northern subtropical forest and Europe’s newest plains region divided into floodplains and sand dunes, where oaks, Greek lianas and wild orchids are growing, giving it a Mediterranean look . At Letea you can also catch the last horse of wild horses on the old continent .
Danube Delta in Romania: Everyday Life in a Typical Village
In the furthest eastern corner of Romania, along the border to Ukraine, the River Danube flows into the Black Sea. It splits into three large tributaries, between ...