Casino und Strandpromenade in Constanța
Pescari în largul Mării Negre
Peisaj din Dobrogea
Constanța county is situated in the southeastern end of Romania, in the southern half of Dobrogea and the residence city is Constanța. It borders north of Tulcea County, east of the Black Sea, south of Bulgaria and west of the Danube River. Given the geographical location (between the Danube and the Black Sea) and the particularities of the terrain, the climate is continental in nature, with excessive nuances, hot and dry summers, cold winters, strong winds from the north-east, rare and uneven rain distribution.
Discover the region
The county of Constanța has a lot to offer for tourists and not only because of the landscape. This county perfectly combines history, different cultures, traditions or gastronomy and of course the surprising nature. Some of the destinations you can visit in this county are:
- The island of Ovidiu and Limanul Siutghiol - here you can practice yachting or nautical skiing
- the Agigea Marine dunes reservation is an area protected by law, because it is the only habitat of marine dunes kept on the territory of the Romanian Black Sea coast.
- Histria - the Greek fortress, was the oldest certified city on Romania's current territory.
- Dobrogea keys - protected area is a natural area (natural grassland, steppe, arable land, crops, pastures, deciduous forests, transition forests) but also numerous species of birds.
The Black Sea coast - probably the county star in terms of tourism
Techirghiol Lake is known for the curative properties of water and its sludge
The casino of Constanta - recognized for its special architecture and charm due to its location near the Black Sea.