Sulina – a beautiful town in the Danube Delta

Sulina, a small fishing town, is located in Tulcea county and is the town located at the lowest average altitude in Romania, stretching along the Danube at a distance of approximately 1 km from the Black Sea coast. It is one of the oldest settlements in our country, about 1300 years old. It is the city where pirates, fishermen, sailors and ship captains, sailors, merchants and heroes who fought in the wars that took place on these lands loved and were buried.

Sulina Cliff

Danube Delta

Black Sea / Beach

Letea Forest (Wild Horses)

Cathedrals / Churches

Trips through the Delta


Visitor Center

A port on the Danube and the Black Sea, Sulina is not directly connected to the road network in Romania, because it is located between waters, so you can only get here by sea, either on the Danube or the Black Sea.

About Sulina

The surroundings of the city are made up of sandy soils, furrowed by canals and in the dry and salty areas, the vegetation is specific to the dunes. In the marshy areas, bulrush, reed, water mint or white water lily prevail, but less often.


Sulina Beach

Letea Forest

Saint Nicholas Cathedral

History of Sulina

Current Facebook posts / information

Cathedral in Sulina
(November 2022)

Sulina beach, sunrise
(November 2022)

Discover Sulina
(November 2022)

Vlaciu Travel
(November 2022)

Marvelous Danube Delta
(November 2022)

Letea / Letea Forest
(November 2022)