Sulina is a former fishing village in the beautiful Danube Delta, which can be reached only by boat via one of the estuaries of the Danube. From Tulcea it is about 4 hours by boat. The village was rich in the past through trade, which can still be seen today in magnificent buildings. But the nature is what attracts tourists here. On one side the Black Sea and on the other side the unique natural paradise of the Danube Delta. The beach of Sulina is located outside the city and if you are good on foot, it takes about 30 minutes to get there.


Welcome to Sulina

If you are already in Sulina, you should also take a short tour of the city and see the Orthodox cathedral, the old lighthouse from 1887 and the old palace, which stands opposite the boat dock. Boat trips to the Danube Delta are no longer an insider tip for fishing enthusiasts.

Sulina Seaside Resort

  • Lying on the beach
  • Swimming
  • Danube Delta
  • City tour
  • Boat trips
  • Cycling tour Sulina- Sfantu-Gheorghe

The offer is provided by B.V. !

Weather Sulina

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