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The 194km of Black Sea coastline in Romania, stretching from the UNESCO-protected Danube Delta in the north to the Bulgarian border (in the south), has something for everyone. The diverse resorts include the bohemian Vama Veche and Mamaia, party-oriented, while Mamaia is quieter and more family-friendly. There are miles upon miles of beautiful sandy beaches.

Is this your first time on the Black Sea coast? You can make your beach vacation here even more memorable by checking out my list.

Mamaia Party

This is an administrative district in Constanta and the most popular resort on the Romanian Black Sea Coast. The perfect combination of sun, sand and a stylish party atmosphere attracts celebrities and jet setters every summer to Mamaia. They party all day in trendy beach clubs and then dance until dawn at swanky nightclubs.

Monaco International Clubbing Show named Mamaia “the most trendy and dynamic resort”. It boasts a nightlife scene rivalling Ibiza and Miami, and all the rest.

Kudos Beach and Loft are some of the most popular spots in town for daytime partying and combining sea and sand. These chic lounges offer live DJ music and delicious food, with many of them boasting swimming pools that allow you to soak up the sun in style.

Take a stroll around the Old Town of Constanta.

Constanta was founded in 600 BC. It is the gateway to Romania’s beaches and the oldest continuously inhabited city. The Old Town, which is home to many bars, restaurants and hotels, is bustling with activity during summer.

Casa Hrisicos is located in Piata Ovidiu’s main square. It serves delicious bistro food in a beautiful setting that reflects the interwar period. The nearby Asian-themed Buddha-bar Constanta attracts people with its light coastal menu, colourful decor and exotic theme.

Another notable restaurant in Constanta Old Town is Zebrano. This restaurant serves delicious, traditional Romanian food on an outdoor terrace. The elegant Peninsula Bistro Restaurant and Lounge is known for its sophisticated Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. And Nikos Greek Taverna offers authentic Greek flavours.

ENLARGE is a trendy urban restaurant that overlooks the Black Sea in Tomis Marina.

Participate in a Festival

During the summer, the Romanian coast hosts several events and festivals.

The season begins with Sunwaves, one of the most recognizable electronic music festivals in the country. It takes place on Mamaia’s beaches at the beginning of May (there’s also an august edition) and features some of the best DJs in the world.

Neversea is the next event. It’s a three-day celebration of music and dance on the sprawling Modern Beach, Constanta. The event, which features 7 stages on the seafront and more than 150 international performers, celebrates music’s diversity and is the only one on the shores.

Out Of Doors Fest is already in its fifth edition. It brings together some of the most talented Romanian musicians and rock bands from Costinesti. Sunset Festival celebrates Vama Veche’s storied past with good vibes and the best autochthonous and urban music.

Another highlight of the busy Romanian coast calendar is Color Run Mamaia. This event combines running, beachside and happiness to create a memorable, colourful event.

You can find a refreshing change in scene at Tulcea, an ancient port town, where the Dobrojazz ethno-jazz festival takes place every June. Or, you can take part in the Dakini Fest on the virgin sands, Tuzla Beach, and Constanta. The latter celebrates freedom, creativity, and tolerance through a series of yoga, art, and music (mostly chillout and psytrance).

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