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Besides fishing and observation of birds, tourists can visit picturesque places, natural atractions of the Danube Delta, such as:

Letea Grind - has a landscape dominated by sand dunes whose altitude ranges from 3-10 m, between which there are a series of depressions developed in the form of strips, also know as hasmacuri. Lestea forest is to be found in one of these hamascuri (forest reservation), know by locals as the Great Hamascu Forest. The grind is located in the north-east of the Delta,between Chilia and Sulina branches and has an area of about 17,000 hectares. The Laetea village is also here, inhabited mostly by Russian-ucrainieana or haholi population that is different from the Lipovan Russians. Haholii are Orthodox of the old rite that respect the Julian calendar, but Letea residents, although haholi use both calendars, the Julian and Gregorian, therefore they celebrate the holidays twice . Letea villagers are offended if they are a associated with their lipovenian neighbours from the villages of Lippovans Periprava Sfistofca, Mile 23 or moldavians from the neighboring village CA Rosetti. A paved road connects the village to Sulina.

Caraorman - is a field with a sandy soil of marine origin, with a length of 18 km, a maximum width of 8 km (7000 ha) and heights up to 7-9 m. On the ground a oak forest can be encountered, which bears the name Carorman, a Turkish termn that can be translated as Black Forest. Also here is the Caraorman village with a population consisting mostly of Ukrainians. The dialect used by residents Caraorman is very similar to the Ukrainian language and can be overheard in other villages too: Saint George, Crisan, Murighiol Letea. Location of well preserved traditions and local customs, white houses with blue decorations and reed roof, with annexes built of wood and reeds.

Saraturi Lake - is located near the village Murighiol, and is part of the Saraturi natural reserve. Because it has a high salt concentration (salt chlorine-sulphate), the lake is home to a specific microfauna, in which bird species common for the seashore can be found, besides the regular species that can be encountered on other Lakes. Due to the high concentration of salts, lake does not freeze that often, and the abundance and variety of food attracts the birds, which are present all year round, the most common being summer swans, winter swans and many species of ducks.

Razim - Sinoe is located in the southern part of the Delta and covers a total area of approximately 1145 km2 of which 863 km2 are surface lakes. It is a lagoon formed by the mixture of horizontal currents from the Black Sea with sand from of an old golf. This is how the Razim- Sinoe was formed. Razim or Razim Lake is the largest lake in Romania (394.30 sq km) and is located near the mouth of the Danube in the sea, a true beauty of nature. The Popina islands are on this lake , with an altitude of 47 m highest point, located in the north and also the Bisercuita island, a patch of land 360 m long and 58 m wide, a limestone hill with an altitude of 9 m, located in the southern lake.
Duet to its position in the complex and the remoteness of mouth channels and Dranov Dunavat (fresh water), Lake Sinoe has a high concentration in salt, a total area of about 135.6 square kilometers and a maximum depth of 1.6 m .The ancient ruins of the Histria citadel can be found here.
The complex is bordered by several marine areas, Sand Wolf, Chituc Sand SAEL and extends to the territory of Constanta through the Sinoie, Istria and Nuntasi-Tuzla lakes.


Sacalin Island - is a newly formed island in the Black Sea, close to the Romanian coast, in the right branch of Sfantu Gheorghe. Originally Sacalin Island consisted of two smaller islands: Sacalinu Great and Small Sacalinu. In time the two islands joined together and formed a single island with an area of about 21,000 hectares. The island is not inhabited and hosts the largest pelican colonies and sandwich tern an dis the main area of breeding, feeding and wintering of the species.

Letea Forest - is the oldest natural reserve in Romania. Unique because it is a brumarii oak forest in the Delta, altough it also includes ash, lime and poplar and is the only place in Europe where vines are grown. Exotic plants here have appeared due to the seeds brought by the migratory birds. Here you can find thousands of plant species, several dozen are unique in Europe or even in the world. The most interesting feature of the landscape is the strange manner that the trees have grown . Trunks are bent and twisted. It is a place worth seeing.

Caraorman Forest - with various oaks and shrubs, sand dunes where, it is said, the treasures of the pirates and outlaws of the Delta were hidden. The density and richness of vegetation in this forest create a shadow so thick that in some places it is almost dark, hence the name Black Forest.The largest oak of the Delta can be found here, called "oak knees" because of its large branches that were lying on the ground , considered to be 400 years old and a having a circumference of 4.00 m

Sf Gheorghe Beach - located about 1 km from the town of Sf Gheorghe , has a very fine sand, the beach is wide and extends in length for a distance of 40 km to the Sulina beach. Here the sea is not deep, it does not excede 2 m, tourists being able to go deeper in the sea due . A special phenomenon can bee seen on this beach at night, when complete darkness falls, namely, the so-called sea fireflies which put on a a unique spectacle, especially when waves break. It is a wild beach, undeveloped and without lifeguard points.

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