Fish farm and tourism resort with an area of 736 hectares estimated at 7.360.000 million EURO
2.2 The company's investments
2.3 General presentation
2.3.1 Fish farm
2.3.2 Building complex
2.3.3 Holiday cabin complex
3.1.1 Construction of the all inclusive resort
3.1.2 Tourist packages
3.1.3 Development of tourist activity on your own
3.2.1 Fish farming
3.2.1 Other aquaculture activities
5.3 Periprava village
5.4 Cardon village
4. Short presentation of the Danube Delta
The Danube Delta is recognized as a natural monument, the largest and most preserved of the European deltas, in 1991 being declared by UNESCO as a reservation of the biosphere.
It offers thousands of tourist attractions. One of the largest wet areas in the world, with a 2,681 sq. km surface, it includes 400 lakes, oak and ash forests, sand dunes and wild beaches.
It also has huge areas covered with reed that give the Danube Delta an unique landscape.
One third of the total plant species in Romania are located here.
The Danube Delta hides an exotic land with over 1,200 species of trees and plants, with the richest ornithological fauna on the continent, that includes more than 300 species, of which rare pelican colonies, but also ichthyological, represented by nearly 100 species, of which the Danube herring and sturgeons.
The Delta has something special, that makes you fall in love with it: the air, the water, the vegetation. The nature is superb, reed, willows, lilies, rare flowers, fish and bird species, swans and pelicans that you cannot find in other places.
More than 320 species of birds were classified in the Danube Delta, 170 of which nest here, the rest are just migrating, while 10 species are protected by the law, some being endangered.