|Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre||$185.09|
|Combo meal at McDonalds||$6.17|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$61.70|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$83.29|
|1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff||$0.31|
Mangalia is a port on the Black Sea coast in the south-eastern part of Constan?a County. It has a long heritage stretching back to the Neolithic Age. Colonised by the Greeks and then by the Romans, it got its present name from the Turks. The city has emerged as a tourist destination of choice for visitors arriving on the many cheap flights to Mangalia with its splendid sea beach, health resorts and a large number of heritage attractions.
The fine sandy beach is over 600 meters long with the width varying from 50 to 150 meters. The gradual slope of the beach that is just 1 meter at the shore makes it ideal for novice swimmers including children who want to just splash around. The 261 hectare Lake Mangalia is one of the most attractive tourist destinations due to its easy accessibility. The lake is home to diverse fauna; there are a large variety of birdlife including egrets, swans, coots, pelicans, wild geese, ducks and cormorants besides water turtles, water snakes and a large number of fish that makes fishing an engaging sport. There are numerous deep wells of thermal springs from where warm water containing methane and hydrogen as well as therapeutic sulphur gush out. Lake Mangalia is the country’s sole maritime resort with springs of mineral water that possess properties useful in treating degenerative rheumatic ailments. The Mangalia Spa standing on the site of the 2,400-year old Callitis city that has thrown up numerous archaeological relics and artifacts is famous all over the world for its beneficial treatment for ailments of skin, liver, kidneys, nervous and digestive systems; its popularity has increased with the availability of cheap flights to Mangalia.
Callatis Archeology Museum has an incredible collection of ancient sculptures, ceramics, Greek coins and tools belonging to the ancient eras when the Greeks, Romans and Dacians occupied the land. The Turkish Esmahan Sultan Mosque, built in the 16th century, is not only the oldest Romanian mosque but the town’s sole medieval monument as well. Still in use, the splendid Muslim monument is situated in the city centre in an expansive garden containing tombstones of the Ottoman era. There are several hotels in Mangalia that will make your holiday in this resort-town extremely memorable.