Fortification on the Fortress Hill is the ID card of Sudak. In the Middle Ages, the Genoese built it as a stronghold for the colony of the Republic of Genoa in the northern Black Sea region. Parts of the fortifications of 14-15 centuries on an area of 30 hectares have survived to these days.
Alushta is the second most popular resort on the sunny South Coast. This city boasts of one of the longest promenades in Crimea. The walking coastal strip there is divided into three parts, but in fact it stretches for seven kilometers. We invite you to take a bird's eye view of the "younger sister" of Yalta: take a virtual 3D tour with us.
Gurzuf is famous for its narrow colorful streets, picturesque landscapes and the memory of Chekhov and Pushkin – both used to stay there. Museums tell about these outstanding writers. This south coast town is very popular among tourists. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this enchanting place with our 3D tour.
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.
Once Noviy Svet was called Paradise. And it is justified. After all, there, in this splendor of nature, you feel like in paradise. It is not for nothing that the "father" of the Crimean winemaking, Prince Lev Golitsyn, chose the Noviy Svet mountain slopes and cozy valleys.
Crimea inspires, fascinates and makes fall in love with itself forever. With its nature with picturesque landscapes, comfortable southern climate for recreation, architectural heritage of past centuries, sandy and not only beaches, absorbing festivals, gastronomic opportunities.
Seven kilometers of health. This is how the Ecological Ring, laid in the mountains overlooking Yalta, can be named. The route combines two well-known hiking trails − Shtangeyevskaya and Botkinskaya. For more than a century, they have been providing tourists with colorful views of the South Coast, energizing and making healthier.
The first month of the new year made a wonderful gift to the residents and guests of Crimea − the long-awaited snow fell on the peninsula. It wrapped everything up in white − mountains, forests, houses... In an instant, our amazing region turned into a snow-white, magical, enchanting land. Today a real winter fairytale celebrates its reign here.
What to do in Crimea in winter? The options are countless! For example, improve your health in health resorts, breathe the healing sea air, taste the famous Crimean wine, slowly sip coffee on the promenade, or go on unusual excursions to the places that you have not yet had a chance to visit. And, of course, taste the winter Crimea!