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6 beaches in Romania have received the Blue Flag label for the 2022 tourist season

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Based on the provisions of Government Decision no. 335/2002 on some measures to implement in Romania the “Blue Flag” Program, with all subsequent amendments and completions, Romania, through the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Tourism and the Carpatho-Danubian Center for Geoecology ( CCDG), a full member of the FEE, has started the steps for the implementation of the program.

Following the verification of the fulfillment of the Blue Flag award criteria, the submitted documentation, which also includes the statement of the national jury evaluating the fulfillment of the program criteria, as well as the six applications, was evaluated by the international jury, and all six applicants received the Flag label. Blue for the 2022 tourist season.

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The beaches that received this distinction are: “Vega Vintage” from Mamaia resort, “Marina Regia” from Năvodari, “Phenicia” from Năvodari, “Citadel” from Eforie, “Azur” from Eforie and “Phenicia Blue View” from Olimp.

Blue flags are awarded to beaches based on a list of strict criteria, including water quality, services such as first aid equipment, access for people with disabilities, but also ecological practices. Therefore, they are only granted to organized beaches.

The Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognized voluntary environmental labels for beaches, marinas and sustainable tourism operators.

The “Blue Flag” program was launched in 1987, the European Year of the Environment, by the Environmental Education Foundation, with the aim of rewarding beaches and marinas for their quality, as well as boosting local public authorities. and the private sector in taking steps to improve the coastal zone.

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

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