The Danube is the second largest river of the European continent and when approaching the Black Sea, it forms one of the most beautiful deltas in Europe - possibly even the world!
Vast areas of water and land create a unique and landscape and habitat for numerous species of plants and animals. As the largest wetland in Europe featuring one of the largest expanses of reed beds in the world, the Danube Delta is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Danube delta also gives a home to over 327 species of birds, representing 81 % of Romania’s avifauna and over 110 species of fish. Whilst visiting the Danube Delta you can witness the impressive diversity of habitats and life forms - a true haven of biodiversity, a gene bank of natural heritage.
If you’re passionate about cooking and you want to learn about romanian cuisine, at Green Village you can take cooking classes, organized by our trained staff.
Fishing is one of the oldest occupations in the Danube Delta. It is a tradition to fish in the delta, but only during the accessible seasons, to protect the environment.
Given the beautiful scenery, where river meets sea, it would be a shame if you wouldn’t take a boat ride on the Danube’s canals, lakes or far on the Black Sea.
The warm weather of the Danube Delta, the fresh air and the large spread of water and vegetation are the best ingredients to a succesfull paragliding experience.