Sulina is a town in the Danube Delta.
Located at the eastern end of the Danube Delta very close to the Black Sea coast, Sulina is a good location for tourists that want to combine exploring the Delta with spending some time on a quiet beach.
The only practical way to reach Sulina is by boat. There are daily ferries from Tulcea, with travel times ranging between 1 1/2 and 4 hours. Most of them leave at around 1pm in the summer. From Bucharest, take the 7am departure from the bus station at 242 calea plevenei, or the 0518 train from Bucuresti Nord
Pretty Orthodox church near the ferry terminal
The lagoon to the north of the town
Visit the lighthouse for 5 ron. Open the double door at the top to access the open air terrace.
Stop in at the multinational cemetery (free). It's divided into Christian, Muslim & Jewish sectors, and has many nationalities represented. Poles, Turks, Greeks, English, Germans, French, Italians, Romanians, Bulgarians and many others lived in Sulina back in its heyday.
Continue walking down this road to the beach. Everything was shut 31 March 2016 but its a nice spot to get away from it all.
Casu Nicushor Fifth Street no.14 (Strada a V-a nr. 14). The owner doesn't speak any english but his son does. About 13 euro pppn. They also offer tours of the delta.
There are two fast ferries and one slow ferry leaving daily between 7 and 8am to Tulcea.
There are no boats on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Nor is there a boat at 8 am outside summer. The Mon Tue Thurs Fri Sunday timetable alternates between the regular big boat and a catamaran that seats 198 passengers.