Tourism on the Small Island of Braila

Tourism on the Small Island of Braila

From the point of view of tourism, downstream side of the Small Island of Braila, called the Popa area, and the half upstream, the Egret special protection area, represents a particular interest. The total area of ​​this protected area is 17529 ha. Due to the efforts of specialists, the Small Island of Braila was declared a Mixed zoological and botanical reservation. On the area were identified about 150 species of plants. The forest vegetation, encountered both in terrestrial habitats ... [ read more ]

The Small Island of Braila

The Small Island of Braila

One of the most important agricultural areas of Romania is the swamp of Braila. Between the two arms of the Danube, the navigable Danube on the west called the Cremenea arm and the Old Danube in the east called the Macin arm, was one of the most important hydrological units in the Danube. With a total length of about 60 km and a width of 23 km, the Swamp of Braila has a total area of 99 000 ha. If we add to this area the floodplain part from the outside of it, the whole area is over 153 000 h... [ read more ]