An unusual museum is located in the resort village of Shtormovoyeh in the west of Crimea. Here a unique collection of the Black Sea "gifts" has been collected: wreckages and wastes from the sea, processed by nature itself to artistic shapes and brought ashore by storms.
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.
"theHARASHO" Actual Art Gallery is one of the most popular exhibition venues in Crimea. Over the years, the gallery has organized several hundreds of different expositions − photo art, painting, children's drawings, arts and crafts, small sculptural forms.
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.
The black sea pearl – the Peninsula of Crimea - has always been a popular summer holiday destination for Russians. Prolific climate, warm sea, a variety of natural landscapes and famous sightseeing attract millions of tourists every year.
Crimean cave monasteries were established in the Middle Ages. They are still inhabited by monks hidden away from the world in the mountain gorges, amid the rocks, forests and ancient fortresses between Sevastopol and Bakhchisarai. Here, the present meets the long-standing traditions of the early Christians in Crimea.