Clear transparent air, gentle sun without exhosting heat, warm sea water and a lot of fruit and vegetables. All this is Crimea in september. Most people try to have their vacations in summer time and when autumn comes the beaches become less crowded, prices for services fall, but all tourist attractions still work and wait for guests.
In the rhythm of Celentano: in Crimea you can participate in the harvesting of grapes and winemaking
The winemaking season has started in Massandra. Two branches of the winery have started gathering technical grapes. Interesting, intensive and creative work is ahead. First, − to pick grapes, and then – to get down to harvest processing.
Travelling without tasting local cuisine? No, it cannot be complete. Everywhere local dishes reveal in the best way ethnic colouring - habits and likings, tastes and flavours. And Crimea is no exception. Here you can and should try the traditional dishes of various peoples, inhabiting the peninsula.
Dance, music, gastronomy, sports, children, theater... Crimea gathered on its territory a lot of different festivals. Each of them is amazing in its own way. Each attracts thousands of tourists to the Peninsula annually. Everyone is always ready to please and surprise their guests.
Crimea has much to offer to wine enthusiasts. It is worth taking a dedicated tour to immerse yourself in the history of winemaking and the variety of flavours: from the eastern bouquets of Solnechnaya Dolina to the dry sparkling wines of Sevastopol, from indigenous grapes of ancient Greece to today’s high-tech plants.