While in the area, one can relax on the sandy beaches of the Black Sea or visit old villages, wineries, ancient monuments and the Danube Delta, a bird-lover's paradise.Constanta is more than just the entry point to the Black Sea coast.
It is a place with a long and interesting past, attested by its many Roman vestiges, historic buildings, facades and mosques that color the Old City Centre.
Constanta's best known swuare (and meeting place) honors the first Roman major poet, Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) Roman Emperor Augustus exiled Ovid to Tomis in year 8 AD.
You can spend the mornings cooling down at the beach or at the Aqua Magic Park, located at the very entrance of the resort, and the afternoons taking in the view of the Black Sea by riding the Telegondola (Cable Car).
Between Mamaia and Constanta, you can stroll through amusement park, featuring rides, a bowling alley, an open-air bazaar and several restaurants.
Fine mansions and hotels were built in the 19th century when King Carol I decided to revive Constanta as a port and seaside resort.