The middle branch, Sulina, is the most easily accessible to tourists. Daily trips leave for Sulina, either through the Navrom Delta Company or through private companies.
Phone: +40749 909 472/+40732 630 356
The Mila 23 fishermen’s village, situated on the Old Danube, is at the heart of an amalgam of canals, pools and swamps. It is one of the most important and best known jumping off points for tourist itineraries in the Delta. Crişan fishermen’s village completes the picture. This is also the starting point for tourist itineraries, towards the Caraorman bank (renowned for its sand dunes) or towards the Red and Puiu lakes.
Finally, at the end of the journey on this branch is the second largest town in the Danube Delta – Sulina. Sulina has a number of interesting features; it’s the easternmost town in Romania, the headquarters of the European Danube Commission, the location of a maritime graveyard unique in Ro- mania and even in Europe, and has a wild sandy beach. The town situated at the Danube’s mouth into the Black Sea has numerous accommodation options. One of the most popular with tourists is the Perla Pension.
The Perla Pension
Address: 155 First St.
Phone: +40 754 200 300
E-mail: [email protected]