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Vega Vintage beach, Mamaia

Romania, the fewest “Blue Flag” certificate beaches on the Black Sea

Romania ranks at the bottom of the top Blue Flag beaches on the Black Sea coast, certified by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), which is monitoring the criteria related to the water quality, facilitated access, safety and cleanup.

According to momondo.ro, Vega Vintage Beach in Mamaia, Phoenicia Beach in Năvodari and Marina Regia Beach in Năvodari are the three beaches in Romania that received the Blue Flag certificates as the tidiest beaches on the Romanian seaside.

The three beaches in Romania meet the criteria of lifeguards (working from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.), of access to disabled people, spots for beach and water sports.

Bulgaria has 13 such beaches certified by FEE, with three most famous: White Lagoon – Albena; Sunny Day – Varna; Venid Beach – Saint Vlas.

Among those 459 Turkish accredited beaches, only 23 are on the Black Sea, with Bağırganlı Public Beach – Bağırganlı, Fener Public Beach – Samsun şi Miliç Çevre Eğitim Plajı – Samsun being selected.

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