This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Costinesti.
Costinesti, Romania, is a beach resort around thirty kilometres south of Constanta in Romania, on the shore of the Black Sea. In summer, there are frequent bus and train services operating between Constanta and Constinesti. The closest international airport is in Constanta, as well. Especially in summer, international flight links from pretty much every European country are available.
The local history dates back to the mid-twentieth century, when the fishing village became more and more popular as a tourist destination for young travelers and students. This young spirit is still alive nowadays. Numerous clubs and bars are open during the summer months. The resort is rather compact, it is easy to walk around. The sun, the coastline, and the beaches are the main reason for most tourists to visit the resort. You can relax and enjoy the vibrant nightlife if you want.
There are numerous hotels and guesthouses in Costinesti, since tourism is the primary source of income for the beach town. However, the beach resort does not offer many classic Costinesti, Romania hostels for backpackers, as the Costinesti, Romania hostel industry is not big. Consider that many guests are quiet young and like to party.
The Evanghelia Shipwreck, located on the Costinesti coast, is locally well known and can be spotted easily from the beach. The Greek commercial ship shipwrecked in the mid-twentieth century, and the reasons for the accident remain controversial. The owner decided to leave the ship there due to high costs to recover the vessel. In the course of time, the shipwreck has become the symbol of Costinesti. The Obelisk is a monument by the beach, which was built in the seventies; in more recent years, the old monument was destroyed by the surge and the local authorities decided to build a new symbolic obelisk. The new, completely white monument is around eighteen metres high. It is still a meeting point for young people and a place where events and concerts take place.
Written by local enthusiast for Costinesti hostelsFlo