Delta Dunării is a large and unique wetland area located in the eastern part of Romania, where the Danube River flows into the Black Sea. It is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and one of the largest and most important wetlands in the world. The delta covers an area of over 5,000 square kilometers and is home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna, including over 300 species of birds, 45 species of freshwater fish, and a variety of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
The Delta Dunării is a protected area and has been designated a biosphere reserve, a Ramsar site, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The unique ecosystem of the delta is characterized by a complex network of channels, lakes, and marshes, which provide habitat for a wide range of plant and animal species. The delta is also an important breeding ground and stopover site for migratory birds, making it a popular destination for birdwatchers.
The Delta Dunării is a popular tourist destination, offering visitors the opportunity to explore the unique natural landscape, observe wildlife, and experience local culture and traditions. Activities such as boat tours, birdwatching, and fishing are popular in the delta, and there are also several small towns and villages in the area that offer accommodation and traditional cuisine.