Eforie North is a seaside resort on the Black Sea in Romania, located not far from the large port city of Constanta. Eforie North is one of the largest seaside resorts on Romania’s Black Sea coast and offers a wide range of recreational facilities as well as restaurants and accommodation (mostly apartments), which are located on the beach promenade, as well as some stores. If you don’t want to spend your day only on the beach and in the sea, you can have fun in the Aqua Park or relax in the thermal bath. The beach is about 4 km long and quite crowded, especially in summer. If you are looking for peace and quiet, you should choose another seaside resort.

Eforie Nord Seaside Resort

Welcome to Eforie Nord

Eforie North is also known for its treatment centers, where modern cures are offered. Here is also located the first private marina in Romania, where you can charter boats or take diving lessons.

Eforie Nord Things to Do

  • Lying on the beach
  • Swimming
  • Water sports
  • Boat charter
  • Thermal bath
  • Beach promenade

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