Landscapes

Landscapes

Hard to describe in words, Dobrogea landscapes offers a very rare opportunity to get lost in time of legends. Here you can see some of Northern Dobrogea usual landscapes: monasteries, wild peonies, green plains, wild hills and large...
Topalu

Topalu

Topalu, located on the right bank of the Danube, on the road to Enisala is a good place for a short break and a must see. In Topalu you can visit the Museum of Art “Sevasta si Vintila Dinu,” which includes over 200 works of art creations of great Romanian...
Wind Gate

Wind Gate

At 3 km distance Enisala Safari Village on the hill (200 meters height) that guards Razelm Lake, Wind Gate is an charming area, ideal place for family and children stand with a broad horizon, opening to the Black Sea, constantly exposed to the wind. An ideal place...
Wild Peony Park

Wild Peony Park

Nearby Enisala village, between the beach and oak forests one can find a breathtaking reservation of wild peonies. The contrast between the green forests and the red peonies offers a great nature view. The reservation can be visited in April and May....
Pelikans & Cormorants

Pelikans & Cormorants

Coming from Africa, every year, alighting on the same place the rookery of pelicans can have almost 500-600 exemplars. Chasing the amazing birds, their imposing flight. Their race for fish which has complicated patterns can offer a rich material of photo-shooting. The...
Razim Lake

Razim Lake

The Razim-Sinoe lagoon complex is situated between Enisala Safari Village and the Danube. You can easily get to the Dranov lake through the channels’ cobweb and to the seaside from Perisor. This lagoon complex hosts a great number of birds and fish species and also a...
Enisala Peasant Museum

Enisala Peasant Museum

The rural house, reveals the local traditions but also the peaseantry’s lifestyle. The life stock inside the rural house creates a great image of the dobrogean village but also of the village traditions of Dobrogea.  ...
Village people

Village people

People, places, traditions, arts, the expressive faces of russian people, turkish, tartar and romanian people, living in harmony for centuries confronting the invasion of the modern world, keeping its identity in a complex and harmonios multiethnic and multicultural...
Enisala Fortress

Enisala Fortress

Byzantine citadel certified in 1270 had a great military importance while Razelm lake was a Black Sea Bay. The citadel was situated at the turning of two important comercial routes between the Orient and the North of Europe. It was controlled by the Genoveses for 150...