Eforie Nord, the second largest resort, is a resort with a permanent balneoclimatic regime. In the southwest, there is Lake Techirghiol known for its curative properties, so recreational tourism is combined with spa tourism.
The resort is located on the coastal strip between Lake Techirghiol and the Black Sea, between Agigea to the north and Eforie Sud to the south, about 15 km from Constanța. In Eforie Nord you can reach the road: 15 km south of Constanța on DN39 (E 87) and 29 km north of Mangalia, or on the railway: 14 km south of Constanța on the Constanța-Mangalia line, Eforie Nord station.
Eforie Sud, the southern part of the city, was founded by Ion Movila in 1899, when he built a hotel called Băile Movila (Movila Spa). In 1928, the baths were renamed Carmen-Sylva, after the pseudonym of Queen Elizabeth of Romania. In 1950, after the establishment of the communist regime, the name of the city was changed again to Vasile Roaita, the name of a worker from the Grivița workshops that was noted during the strike of 1933. In 1962, the city was renamed Eforie Sud. In 1966, the city of Eforie was created by joining the two localities Eforie Nord and Eforie Sud. Formally, Eforie Sud is the administrative center and Eforie Nord is the dependent locality.
The beach of the Eforie Nord resort reaches about 3 km in length and widths of 20-100m, bordered in the north of the resort by a cliff of over 30 meters. The entrance to the sea is smooth in some places with fine sand, sometimes with sand and small stones, the beach being covered with sand.
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