Also popular as a party beach resort is Vama Veche. Here, one beach bar is lined up next to the other, but there is still plenty of space to relax on the beach during the day. My hotel had its own beach bar, so I could use the sun lounger there for free. The big music festival every year attracts thousands to Vama Veche.

Vama Veche

Vama Veche Black Sea

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Vama Veche

I must say, the place is different from other seaside resorts. At first glance, some things here seem improvised. Street artists sometimes sell artwork directly on the street, and the numerous snack stands invite you to buy a snack every now and then. The restaurants also offer a wide range of food, so everyone will probably find something. It is a lively place, which in some places takes you back to the hippie times of the 70s. Nevertheless, the hotels are modern and the restaurants are recommendable.

Vama Veche Things to Do

  • Lying on the beach
  • Swimming
  • Party
  • Diving
  • Eating out

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