This sea resort in the eastern Crimea is close to the picturesque mountain massifs and the steppe hills with vineyards here and there. All this is about the famous artistic village of Crimea − a delightful Koktebel. We are telling the residents and guests of the peninsula what you can see in Koktebel in one day.
Koktebel is translated from the Crimean Tatar language as "land of blue hills". A shade like this its mountains really get under certain lighting conditions. The town became famous as the cradle of jazz, a haven for artists and poets, the abode of poet Maximilian Voloshin. Visit this amazing land with us − with the help of a 3D tour.
In the Crimean Tatar language, Köktöbel means “the land of blue hills.” When the light is right, the mountains around the town really do appear to be a cool shade of sky-blue. However, there are plenty of other colours in Koktebel, home to festivals, music and celebration.