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Black Sea Property, Romania

Many analysts have predicted Romania to be the ‘country to watch’ with its accession to the European Union in 2007. Foreign property investments have been focused primarily on the beach resorts of the Black Sea Coast. Property prices are still below its EU neighbours of Hungary and Bulgaria.

At Sunhine estates we provide a wide selection of property on the Romanian Black Sea including beach apartments and villas.

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Black Sea Coast

The Romanian Black Sea coast stretches out for 245 kilometres (152 miles) from the unspoilt natural reserves of the Danube Delta to the leisure activities of numerous holiday centres in the south. Whereas he delta is strictly protected from intrusion, the southern 72 km is being developed. The coast is famous for its fine sand, low salinity levels (17%) and minimal tides (ideal for young families). The climate is dry (above 21°C or 70°F between June and September).

Costinesti offer some of the best beaches. Lying 30 kilometres (19 miles) south of Constanta, it is host to a series of cultural and entertaining events, including, The Assembly of Young Actors, The Film Festival for the Young and Jazz Festival.

Property investors in Romania concentrate around the southern Black Sea Coast reflecting the growth in the Romanian holiday market. With a long holiday season from May through October, opportunities for rental income also exist.

GETTING THERE

Most major European carriers offer direct flights to Bucharest from their capital cities, or try the Romanian carrier Tarom-Romanian Air Transport.

Discount airline Wizzair.com has direct flights between the capital Bucharest and London Luton, Paris Beauvais, Rome Ciampino and other European cities. Transfer from Bucharest for the coast.