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Six beaches in Romania awarded Blue Flag status for 2022

Six Romanian beaches from the seaside resorts of Mamaia, Năvodari, Eforie, and Olimp have been awarded the quality Blue Flag status for the 2022 season, one more than the year before.

According to the Romanian Ministry of Tourism, the six beaches are Vega Vintage in Mamaia, Marina Regia and Phoenicia in Năvodari, Citadel and Azur in Eforie, and Phoenicia Blue View in Olimp.

"By ensuring the continuity of this voluntary program, Romania is visible and present every year on the Blue Flag world map, increasing the tourist potential of the awarded areas and generating a beneficial impact from an economic point of view," reads the ministry's press release.

The Blue Flag is a certification by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and is one of the most recognized voluntary eco-labels in the world for beaches, marinas and sustainable tourism operators. The status is awarded to beaches based on strict criteria, including water quality, services such as first aid equipment and access for people with disabilities, and environmental practices.

The "Blue Flag" program was launched in 1987, the European Year of the Environment, with the aim of rewarding beaches and marinas for their quality and encouraging local public authorities and the private sector to take steps to improve the coastal area.

irina.marica@romania-insider.com

(Photo source: Eugenesergeev/Dreamstime.com)

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The Positive Romania section on Romania Insider is proudly sponsored by BRD - Groupe Société Générale

 

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Six beaches in Romania awarded Blue Flag status for 2022

Six Romanian beaches from the seaside resorts of Mamaia, Năvodari, Eforie, and Olimp have been awarded the quality Blue Flag status for the 2022 season, one more than the year before.

According to the Romanian Ministry of Tourism, the six beaches are Vega Vintage in Mamaia, Marina Regia and Phoenicia in Năvodari, Citadel and Azur in Eforie, and Phoenicia Blue View in Olimp.

"By ensuring the continuity of this voluntary program, Romania is visible and present every year on the Blue Flag world map, increasing the tourist potential of the awarded areas and generating a beneficial impact from an economic point of view," reads the ministry's press release.

The Blue Flag is a certification by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and is one of the most recognized voluntary eco-labels in the world for beaches, marinas and sustainable tourism operators. The status is awarded to beaches based on strict criteria, including water quality, services such as first aid equipment and access for people with disabilities, and environmental practices.

The "Blue Flag" program was launched in 1987, the European Year of the Environment, with the aim of rewarding beaches and marinas for their quality and encouraging local public authorities and the private sector to take steps to improve the coastal area.

irina.marica@romania-insider.com

(Photo source: Eugenesergeev/Dreamstime.com)

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