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romanian black sea coast

Having an eastward orientation and a record number of sunny weather (2300 - 2400 hours yearly), no tides, wide beaches covered with fine golden sand and sloping gently into the sea, the Romanian Black Sea Coast has become to be one of the favorite vacation places for people of many meridian.

Natural Therapeutic Elements:

sea water, sea air, the sand, the therapeutic mud extracted from Tekirghiol Lake.


Constanta is the oldest living city in Romania.

Important sites, dating back approximately 2,500 years, such as the Roman Mosaic, Roman Baths and Greek ruins of the ancient city of TOMIS (7th century B.C.) can be found here.

Today Constanta is the most important port on the Black Sea, industrial city, cultural and academic center, museum of priceless vestiges, seaside "capital" and valuable tourist center.

Weather in Constanta

Constanta is one of the warmest cities in Romania. It has a moderate subtropical climate with considerable maritime and some continental influences. There are four distinct seasons during the year.

Summer (late May to mid September) is warm, dry and sunny with a July and August average of 23 °C (73 °F). The beginning of summer brings plenty of precipitation, but by early July the weather becomes settled and dry. Most summer days see a gentle breeze refreshing the daytime temperatures. Nights are warm and somewhat muggy because of the heat stored by the sea.

Autumn starts in mid or late September with warm and sunny days. September can be warmer than June, owing to the heat accumulated by the Black Sea. The first frost occurs on average in mid November.

Winter is much balmier compared to other cities in southern Romania. Snow is not abundant but the weather can be very windy and unpleasant. Winter arrives much later than in the interior and December weather is often mild with high temperatures reaching 8 °C (46 °F) - 12 °C (54 °F). Average January temperature is 1 °C (34 °F). Winter storms when the sea becomes particularly treacherous are a common occurrence between December and March.

Spring arrives early but it's quite cool. Often in April and May the Black Sea coast is one of the coolest places in Romania found at an altitude lower than 500 m (1,640.42 ft).


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