Spa Highlights

The waters of Lake Techirghiol are five times saltier than the sea.

Eforie Nord is located on the Romanian Black Sea coast, nearby Lake Techirghiol, whose waters have long been held as cure for arthritic, rheumatic, internal and nervous system disorders.

Eforie Nord was established in 1894, when a clinic first opened here.
Later, under the patronage of King Carol I (1839 – 1914), a health resort sprang up. Besides the sea air and sun, another curative factor is the rich, black, sapropelic mud – knows locally as namol – from Techirghiol Lake.
Today, Eforie Nord treatments include mud baths as well as world-famous Gerovital and Aslavital original rejuvenation treatments.

Fast Facts

Location:Dobrogea - Southeastern Romania Constanta County) - map
Nearby large town: Constanta (7 miles north)
Climate: Continental climate with hot summers. Annual average temperature: 50°F20
Elevation: 65 ft.
Natural resources: Concentrated salty water from Techirghiol Lake, Sapropelic mud from Techirghiol Lake, Saline aerosols and heliotherapy.

Therapeutic prescriptions

Arthritis and rheumatoid disorders
Breathing and cardiovascular afflictions
Endocrine system problems (hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism)
Gynecological afflictions
Nervous system disorders
Peripheral nerve diseases
Skin problems

Spa facilities

Beauty spa
Fitness and rehabilitation centre
Indoor and outdoor pools with water brought from Lake Techirghiol or seawater
Jacuzzi & sauna


Gerovital and Aslavital treatments
Warm baths with concentrated salty water from Techirghiol Lake
Warm mud baths and mud applications

Nearby attractions

The city of Constanta

Where: 7 miles north of Eforie Nord
Access: car bus, train

The city of Mangalia

Where: 20 miles south of Eforie Nord
Access: car, bus, train

Built on the site where the city of Callatis stood 2,400 years ago and where ancient stone tombs, statues of gods and other artifacts have been found, Mangalia provides treatments for afflictions related to the kidneys, digestive and nervous systems, skin and liver. Its name comes from the Byzantine word Pangalia, meaning "the most beautiful," and it developed as a spa resort after the Second World War.

While in Mangalia, you can visit the Callatis Archeological Museum, the ruins of the Callatis Fortress (7th century BC), the Syrian Basilica and the 16th century Esmahan Sultan Mosque, the oldest mosque in Romania.

Murfatlar Vineyards

Where: 23 miles northwest of Eforie Nord
Access: car

More than 300 days of sunshine a year, long and warm autumns and cool winds from the Black Sea make this region ideal for the production of sweet dessert wines such as late harvest Chardonnay and Pinot Gris. At the Murfatlar Vineyard, you can enjoy traditional dishes from the Dobrogea region and sample some of the finest wines, such as the award-winning Lacrima lui Ovidiu, 3 Hectare Limited Edition, Sec de Murfatlar and Rai de Murfatlar, while taking in the picturesque landscape from the wine cellar's terrace. Complete the tour with a visit to the Vine and Wine Museum, located near the wine cellar. On display, you will find ancient Greek and Roman amphorae and an impressive collection of wine presses, proof of Dobrogea's noble wine-making tradition.

Tulcea & the Danube Delta

(UNESCO Heritage Site)
Where: 85miles north of Eforie Nord
Access: car, bus, train (with transfer in Medgidia)

Visit Tulcea, one of the oldest cities in Romania, and continue with an exploration of the Danube Delta, one of Europe's leading wildlife sanctuaries. The Delta is a 2,200-square-mile wildlife reserve designated by UNESCO as a 'Reservation of the Biosphere'. Its tree-fringed lakes, reed islands, marshes and oak forests are home to more than 3,400 animal species, along with over a thousand varieties of plant life. The Delta's waters teem with some 160 species of fresh- and salt-water fish. Bird-watchers will be especially enthralled here, with opportunities to spot more than 300 species of migratory and permanent birds including eagles, egrets, vultures, geese, cranes, ibises, cormorants, swans and pelicans.


By air

Nearest airport located in:
Constanta – Mihail Kolgalniceanu International Airport (CND) – 23 miles away

By car

Bucharest to Eforie Nord via Sun Highway (Autostrada Soarelui) DN A2/DN A3 - E 87:
Bucharest - Fundulea – Lehliu - Drajna – Fetesti - Cernavoda – Constanta – Eforie Nord

By train

Eforie Nord Train Station
There is daily INTERCITY (Express) service between Bucharest and Constanta. In the summertime, there are several daily trains with service every half-hour between Constanta and Eforie Nord.

To check the latest train schedules for domestic routes
please visit the website of the Romanian Railways:
The site has complete information about
domestic train schedules and fares.
Note: For departures from /to Bucharest please select Bucuresti Nord.


Hotel Europa – Ana Aslan Health Spa Centre ****
Address: Str. Republicii 13
Tel: 0241 741.710

Hotel Astoria ***
Address: Bvd. Tudor Vladimirescu 9
Tel: 0241 743.490

Hotel Britannia (Delfinul) ***
Address: Blvd. Tudor Vladimirescu 42
Tel: 0241 704.105

Tourist Info

Constanta Tourist Information Centre (Centrul de Informare Turistica)
Tel: 0241 488.600 or 488.601

Black Sea Coast Tourist Information Centre (Info Litoral)
Tel: 0241 555.000


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