Seaca is a commune in Teleorman County, Romania, about 15 km east of Turnu Măgurele and 10 km north of the Danube River. Its population is about 2500 people. It is composed of two villages, Năvodari and Seaca. The majority of people speak Romanian, with some speaking a form of the Romani language. A sizable part of the residents are landowners. The main crops planted are grains such as wheat, corn, and to a smaller degree rice. A smaller percentage of the residents work in nearby cities, mainly in Turnu Măgurele and to a lesser degree in Alexandria.