Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is the second largest and best-preserved delta in Europe. It was classified as a national natural biosphere reservation in Romania and since 1992 it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage. The Danube Delta is a plain under continuous formation process, with an altitude of about 50 cm, consisting of positive relief (sand banks, islets) and negative relief: Danube channels, shallow lakes, marshes, swamps and lakes. The three branches through which the Danube flows into the sea (Sfantu Gheorghe, Sulina and Chilia) form a true sight paradise, a place where the diversity of encountered landscapes and creatures’ species show a unique universe, a universe that fully deserves being admired.
Danube Delta