luni, 8 iunie 2015

Mamaia resort

Mamaia is Romania’s most popular resort on the Black Sea shore and the largest summer resort on the Romanian seaside. It gained its title as “The Pearl of Romanian seaside” but also as “the new Ibiza of Black Sea”.  
Mamaia beach
Mamaia should be the first summer destination for those who want to enjoy relaxing days surrounded by sandy beaches, and glowing nights spent dancing until morning in the best clubs on the coast. 
Mamaia beach
Mamaia lies on a strip of land between the Black Sea and Siutghiol Lake. Natural conditions are excellent: large sandy beaches, pleasant breeze and warm sea water. The beach season is at its best between mid May and late September, when average daytime temperatures range between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (78 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit). The water stays warm until mid autumn.  

Mamaia beach
Sunrise in Mamaia
Mamaia resort was gifted with one of the largest beaches in the whole Europe and it is the only resort in Europe to have the pure white sand only found in tropical places such as Hawaii. The beach covers an area of almost 10 km, has a width that ranges between 100 and 300m and is covered with very fine soft white sand. The coastal platform is characterized by the smooth slope, the sea floor by the lack of rocks therefore the entry in the sea is done smoothly, the depth of the sea growing gradually on a rather long distance. The sea is great offering funny, small waves and the view (especially at sunrise) is fantastic. Lovers and the kids enjoy collecting shells and making sand castles or sculptures

hotels and beach
hotels and beach
Hotels range from mid-end to exclusive 4 and 5 stars hotels and private clubs. There are also camping sites in the north. In Mamaiayou can find every type of beaches that you need: near Casino is family beach; in north part of the resort is party beach with animations, luxury, champagne and pools; in very north (Navodari , Corbu) you can find hippie beaches. It’s a perfect destination for every budget. 
Ovid's Island
Mamaia has plenty of elegant comfortable hotels, restaurants, terraces, bars and nightclubs, coffeehouses, amusement parks, water parks, but is also fitted with tennis and mini golf courts, open air cinemas and theatre. You also have the possibility of practicing different water sports or taking a ferry up to Ovid’sIsland (on Siutghiol Lake), allegedly the place where the famous Latin exiled poet was buried. Telegondola (Cable Car) - makes a fun and useful way to get from the southern parts of Mamaia to the centre, while offering excellent views. Beautiful views are packed with clubs, restaurants, shops and boutiques selling traditional things. It is a perfect choice for people who love having fun, for sport enthusiasts and also for families with kids.

Aqua Park
Many attractions around to see or do:  an island on the lake, Telegondola (Cable Car), Aqua Magic Water Park, Constanta Dolphinarium, ancient Greek and Roman ruins nearby - Citadel of Histria, Tomis ruins including Roman edifice with mosaic, Adamclisi Citadel and Tropaeum Traiani monument, Capidava ruins, Citadel of Callatis, Danube Delta, a great vinery nearby too – Murfatlar, water or outdoor sports, paddle boating, parachuting, scuba diving, windsurfing and yachting, banana boats, water scooters, catamaran and caravel leisure boats , trampoline jumping, 1 to 4 seats bicycles, horseback riding, miniature golf, volleyball, football, walks around the Siutghiol Lake, nightlife and even shopping malls. During the night you can find the parties in Europe!

Mamaia summer resort is a beautiful part of Romania and becomes, every year, the favorite place for many tourists around the world – from a weekend getaway to the entire summer holiday. 

Hint no. 1: Distance from other major cities: Constanța 3 km, Bucharest 242 km, Cluj-Napoca 657 km, Timișoara 744 km, Sibiu 515 km, Baia Mare 740 km, Oradea 789 km, Arad 756 km, Suceava 510 km

Hint no. 2: Nearby airport:  Constanța "Mihail Kogălniceanu" International Airport 20 km

Hint no 3

Histria Citadel ruins
  • Greek citadel of Histria was the oldest town in Romania. The Histria citadel was founded by the Greek colonists from Miletus in 657 BC. Name Histria (Istria in Greek) comes from Istros. Istros was the name given by the Greeks to the Danube.
Tropaeum Traiani monument

  • The Citadel of Adamclisi dates back to year 106. It was built on the place where  the final battle between Dacians and Romans happend. Tropaeum Traiani monument was raised in honor of the Roman Emperor Trajan between 106-109 to commemorate the Roman Empire’s victory over the Dacians, in 102.
  • Capidava was a Geto-Dacian fortified center and after that a Roman camp on the right bank of the Danube. During the Roman Empire had an important role in the defense line of the Danube.

  • Citadel of Callatis was founded in the sixth century BC, on a Getic settlement, by a greek colony and prospered for 1200 years, sometimes free, other times under successive powers of Persians, Macedonians, Dacians and Romans. Here it was found a very old papirus, actually the only one in Romania.

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