Travel Guide Dobruja

  • Sunrise at the Black Sea Photo: Paul Wasicsek, CC BY, Outdooractive Editors
  • Flavours of Romania - Dobrogea Video: Carrefour Romania
  • Dobrogea/Dobruja Green Landscape Photo: CC0, Pixabay.com
  • Red sunset of lake Siutghiol Photo: Alexandru Panoiu, CC BY, Flickr
  • Traditional fisher boats in Romania in the Danube Delta near the village Mila 23 Photo: Katrin Teubner, CC BY-SA, wikipedia.org

Dobruja

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The Dobruja (Dobrogea) is a flat coastal strip with many wetlands in the northern part and the lime lakes of the Danube. Further inland, the area is slightly hilly and wooded, forming the Dobruja Highlands. The Romanian part of it stretches from the lower reaches of the Danube along the Black Sea coast to Bulgaria.

Besides the Black Sea coast with its excellent sandy beaches and the famous seaside resorts of Mamaia and Mangalia, monasteries and ancient sites, the Danube Delta is one of the main attractions of the Dobruja.

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