Camping and Campsites in Romania

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Romania is known for its expansive nature and diverse landscape. Between traditional villages and modern cities you can find numerous monasteries and castles, hiking trials through the Carpathians, unique natural phenomena at the Danube Delta and fine sandy beaches by the Black Sea.

But not only nature-seeking campers make a find in the multifaceted country. If you love legends, you can search for Dracula in Bran Castle in Transyllvania. Campers interested in culture can explore the remnants of the past in the history - but still modern - cities, like Bucharest or Sibiu. The country in the East of Europe has a lot to offer. The campsites in Romania are just as diverse as its landscape, so every camper is sure to find their perfect pitch. We introduce you to the most beautiful destinations for your next camping holiday in Romania.

Popular Destinations for Camping in Romania

Camping for Water Lovers and Sunbathers in Romania by the Black Sea

With a total length of 255 kilometers the coast of Romania provides enough space for camping near the beach and water. Beach babes can find numerous campsites along the coast surrounding the port city Constanța or on the most popular beach Mamaia, which is known as the gem of the Romanian Riviera. Campers enthusiastic about sports can enjoy many water sports opportunities and if you need a break from splashing around in the water you can take a culinary break in one of the countless cafés and restaurants.

Those searching for a change from the wide sandy beaches, can make a trip to the water park Aqua Magic or observe the colourful bustle from above in the Telegondola, a cableway that goes across the city. Whether relaxation or action - find your new favourite campsite on the Romanian Black Sea now.

Wanderlust when Camping in the Carpathians

The over 200 million year old mountain range runs along incredible valleys and crystal-clear springs. In the middle of the Carpathians, campers who love hiking can completely take in the pristine nature and observe wild animals. Directly from the campsites in the Romanian Carpathians, many hiking and climbing opportunities invite you to get active.

Climbing the Vârful Moldoveanu, Romania's highest mountain, which can be reached by an idyllic winding road, is a special experience. In the eastern part of the Carpathians you can find a wide range of volcanic rocks, crystalline shale and sedimentary rocks. Outdoor junkies will fully enjoy themselves here and can end the day at the diverse campsites after a long and exhausting day of hiking.

City Feeling in Romania at Campsites near Bucharest and Brașov

Bucharest, the capital of Romania, isn't known as the "Paris of the East" and one of the most diverse cities in Europe without reason. The old town is the place where modernity meets tradition. In the middle of the city campers can find the Athenaeum, which was once meant to be a circus with an arena. Today it is the home of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic and considered the most beautiful house in Bucharest. Campsites in Bucharest are only a stone's throw away from the city centre and invite you to spontaneous trips and strolls through the city.

Adventurous campers can go camping in Brașov near Bran Castle and follow in the footsteps of Dracula Afterwards you can make yourself comfortable in one of the many cafés at the Baroque City Hall Square and leave everyday life behind you while enjoying a cold beverage.

Natural Camping at Campsites in the Danube Delta Biospheres Reserve

The vastness of the biospheres reserve, which is a globally unique habitat for reedbeds, swimming islands, lakes, riparian forests and a multitude of rare animal and plant species, stretches over 5,800 km2. If you want to totally disconnect, you can forget the stress of everyday life and live in harmony with nature at one of the campsites near Tulcea, in the sparsely populated reserve, which lives off of agriculture, livestock farming and fishery.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site also gives you a lot to marvel at. Especially bird lovers can experience a unique holiday here. In observation camps you can assist local researchers with cataloguing bird species. When sailing, rowing or fishing in the narrow channels of the Danube you'll experience an even deeper connection with nature. The Delta Museum in Tulcea gives interesting insights into the special features and uniqueness of the region. Find your way back to your own roots and experience complete relaxation when camping in the Danube Delta Biospheres Reserve.

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