Discover the best top things to do in Mamaia, Romania including Shut Up Beach, Oha Beach, Tomis Harbor, Telegondola Mamaia, Doors Beach, The Mosque of Constanta - Minaret, Princess Summer Club Mamaia, K u K u Beach Bar, Museum of National History and Archeology, Saints Paul and Peter Cathedral.
Restaurants in Mamaia
4.5 based on 12 reviews
The place is almost new with new furniture and music all day long. Either it's quite expensive or nobody likes the music cause the place is empty during the day. I never been to the place in the night.
5 based on 5 reviews
Very nice beach bar, wonderful atmosphere, great decor. The prices are like in any other bar in the area. 80 lei for 2 chairs and a matress for the whole day. Beach was clean and personnel helpful. Really appreciated the swinging hammocks strategically placed in the sea, hanging btw 2 poles, high enough so you can feel the waves on your back while you are relaxing. Check it out, it's beautiful and so are the people there.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
I didn't come to Romania for a few years and I was surprised to find that in the harbor there are literally dozens of cafés and restaurants suitable for all the tastes and all age groups, I absolutely recommend to come here for a walk and breakfast/lunch/dinner! Perfect spot for families and couples and you literally have all the food choice you could ever want! There's a paid parking spot if you come late and don't find one of the free ones!
5 based on 5 reviews
If you stay in Mamaia, or even if you pass by, it's recommended to spare 1 hour and see the whole resort from the sky, taking the gondola for a 2km ride at 50m altitude. The views were awesome, as well as the photos taken!
And since we had plenty of time, we took it one way from starting point till the end, then returned back walking through the entire station. This way you'll get a good flavor of what is this place about...
4.5 based on 2 reviews
It's the second year we've been here.
Although last year was even better, a lot better organized. I can't say I'm very disappointed this year.
People are nice, the place is quiet, there is music but not loud and it's good old classics mostly. If there is a drawback, is the fact that there's not much of choise in places to eat. No food here and places to eat are pretty far. That cuts our visits short. Some simple safe and healthy snacks might help this place.
We really hope we'll see this place try to grow while remaining the same :)...
4 based on 241 reviews
A landmark of the Turkish role in the region, The Mosque of Constanta was built in 1910. It features a 50 meter high (160 ft.) lookout with spectacular views of the surrounding area including the Black Sea.
The old Mosque was build by king Carol I who made a gift for the local Muslim minority. It's a nice place to visit or i would say a must see in Constanta. You can get on the top of it in the minaret and have a panoramic view over the old city and the black sea
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Princess Summer Club is a Lounge, Dance&night Club in Mamaia. We also have a huge beach area with all kind of activities.
We went there because all the nightclubs in Mamaia dont open before thursday. So we ended up going there. Big beach with a nice stage where artists perform. They have food and also Hookah. Prices are reasonable. They also have day access for the beach if you want to have a bed.
4 based on 2 reviews
4 based on 210 reviews
The building is stunning, but sadly it is slowly falling apart. Very interesting pieces, including some mammoth teeth and tusk, the snake Glykon, a funerary chamber. Very cool communist era display on the second floor. Entrance is free for children.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Orthodox Cathedral built in 1883-1885 by the designs of the architect Ion Mincu.
The Cathedral was a nicely built in 1884 but had seriously been destroyed during WWII. Restorations started in late nineties and still appeared to be pleasant when viewed inside the Cathedral. Worth to visit this Orthodox Cathedral when you happen to visit Constanta.
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