Hotels in Mamaia, Romania, will put holidaymakers in the heart of this city that’s known almost exclusively for tourism. With its location on the Black Sea in the Constanta district, Mamaia comes alive during May through September, when the sun is up and visitors flock to the seashore and the banks of Lake Siutghiol. Interestingly enough, Mamaia has almost no full-time residents due to its status as a summer tourism destination.
Tourists who book discount hotels in Mamaia will find them centrally located to enable easy access to this city’s many sights. Beyond the beaches and warm summer sun, visitors will find a number of unique attractions here. St. Andrew’s Cave is located within close proximity to Mamaia. This cave is said to have served as the home for the recluse during the 1st century. Other draws include Mamaia Bay, nearby Ovid’s Square and the Genoese Lighthouse in Constanta, which stands testament to the Italian ties in the region’s past.