If you feel the need to get back in touch with nature and your inner self, camping is one best activities you can do. In Romania you can enjoy camping in a multitude of locations; from pictureque mountains with plenty of non-scary wildlife around (but can be close enough to bears or wolves that you can still get an adrenalin kick if you so wish it) to the Danube Delta and the shores of the Black Sea.

The Romanian Seaside coast is full of camping areas. From Năvodari to Vama Veche and wild beaches at Corbu you can choose a location that is more sandy, more rocky, or cliffy, depending on what you feel like.

The Danube Delta. For a dream holiday with a tent you can choose CampoEuroClub holiday resort. Other facilities include all sanitary facilities such as showers with hot water 24h/7d, WC, dishwasher, barbecue and fish cutting tables.

Lake Ciniș and Poiana Pelegii. The Ciniș lake was artificially created through the construction of the Ciniș dam, on the outskirts of Hunedoara county. You can choose from paid or free camping sites.

Arefu village, located north of Argeș county offers multiple accommodation possibilities, including various camping locations. The best one can be found at the foot of Poienari Citadel, on the Argeș Valley, just outside Căpățâneni village, where you can put up your tent for free.

Valea Cerbului from Bușteni. Far away from the crowds and noises of the city, in a beautiful and quiet natural landscape, you can set up a tent or come with a caravan.

Valea Motiștei is a relaxing oasis, located in the heart of Bărăgan, in the county of Călărași. An interesting attraction is lake Sărulești which is inhabited by giant carps.

Sohodolului Gorges located next to Runcu village in Gorj county is a popular camping spot due to the clean river water and the lofty mountains. Due to the karst topography, you can enjoy seen heritage values and rare plant species.

If you’ve always wandered how it would be to lead a nomadic life, Câmpu Cetății is the place you should go to! Located in Mureș county, it is the first nomadic camp site from Romania and features a Mongol-type nomadic life, with exotic nights spent in a yurt. The 20 removable housings can be rented in any period of time during the year because the fabric the yurt is made out if is both made to keep warm but keeps cool during summers.

The International Camping from Pădurea Verde, located close to Timișoara, offers a camping place in the truest sense of the word. You can come with your own tent or caravan or rent cottages and bungalows.

Natura Parc, located next to Brașov is a not only an interesting campsite with creative accommodation choices, but also a superb place to relax where you can spend many days without getting bored. You can stay in the waterfront cottages, lake houses amongst the reeds, wigwams or bungalows and of course in an arranged campsite.

The park is spread over an area of over 160 hectares and offers a variety of possibilities for spending free time such as 3 outdoor pools, football, golf, minifootball, fishing, tennis, mountain biking, archery, horsebakriding, boating, ATVs. The kids have a special playground and can visit a micro-zoo as well.