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About Mamaia, Romania

Inaugurated in 1906, Mamaia quickly became the most important touristic destination in Romania. During communism, its popularity grew even more, as new hotels have been built here, at the time, considered to be very modern, by the 80's, Mamaia experiencing glorious moments, as foreigners started to be drawn here.

Today, in addition to what it has to offer visitors, offerings which include popular attractions, a gorgeous seaside view, a beautiful beach, and endless recreational opportunities, Mamaia is also famous for hosting, every year, "Festivalul Muzical de Vară Mamaia" - "Mamaia Summer Musical Festival".

The main tourist attractions in Mamaia include the Vacation Village (Satul de Vacanta), Aqua Magic water theme park and the gondola. Siutghiol Lake is also one of Mamaia's major attractions, being a place where visitors can enjoy all kinds of recreational activities, including water sports, such as water skiing or yachting, the lake also being home to Ovidiu Island, featuring a popular rustic restaurant.

Other attractions include the Summer Theater (Teatrul de Vara), which can be found in Perla area, where, during summer, every night, all kinds of shows are held, the numerous clubs in the area, which include Goa Club, Club XXI, La Mania, and Gossip, the sports courts, and the promenade areas.


The average temperature in Mamaia is of 52°F, and, in July can even get up to 86ºF.

Getting Here

By Ship: The closest port is Port Tomis. Mamaia is only 10 minutes away from there, by ship, depending on traffic;

By Plane: Tourists often fly from Mihail Kogălniceanu Airport to Mamaia. Flight time is only of 15 minutes from there;

By Train: Constanta Station is only 20 minutes from Mamaia station. The distance can also be made by public transportation - RATC.