After breakfast, we will take a day trip to one of the oldest human settlements in Romania by following the Sulina Branch. The port of Sulina was mentioned for the first time more than 1,000 years ago under the name of Selina, and it the most eastern point in Romania. Rowing down the Sulina Branch will reveal countless species of birds, water snakes, and fish.
In Sulina we will visit the most important landmarks of the village: the old churches, the 55 feet tall lighthouse located in the middle of the town, the museum inside the lighthouse, and the St. Alexander and St. Nicholas Cathedral, an important tourist attraction that was built over the course of 62 years, between 1910 and 1982. It was built in order to celebrate Dobruja's liberation from the Turkish occupation through the Romanian War of Independence.
We will enjoy a warm delicious lunch at a local guesthouse on the shore of the Danube Delta, and then we will take a bus trip to the nearby beach.
Here, you will have a few hours at your disposal, so you can swim in the sea, discover the local wildlife, or take a stroll along the beach. Upon request, you can take a relaxing walk through the beautiful Sulina cemetery, and then reunite with the rest of the group on the beach.
We will then take a boat back to the local guesthouse where we will spend the night.
Overnight in Mila 23.