Saturn is a popular seaside resort on the Romanian Black Sea coast and is located near the town of Mangalia. The long sandy beach and the cheaper accommodation costs compared to other seaside resorts make Saturn popular. There are different types of accommodation of which the large blocks directly on the beach catch the eye. Here you can enjoy the sun on the beach, swim in the sea or use one of the leisure facilities. For your physical well-being, there are numerous restaurants and snack bars, on whose terraces you can end the day with a glass of Romanian wine.

Saturn Seaside Resort

Welcome to Saturn

It is also worth mentioning that there are sulfurous hypothermic springs here, which are supposed to help with various ailments. Treatment centers are located in the hotels Hora and Balada.

Saturn Things to Do

  • Lying on the beach
  • Swimming
  • Recreational opportunities
  • Diving
  • Water sports equipment for rent
  • Healing treatments (sulfurous springs)

The offer is provided by B.V. !

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