A natural landmark, the Agarmysh Forest is located in the Crimean Mountains, in the Kirovsky District. It covers 40 ha and includes a 200-year-old beech grove, rare pedunculated, durmast and downy oaks, dogwood, juniper and briar roses growing at the foot of Agarmysh Mountain. In the spring, the forest clearings are covered with snowdrops and wild peonies. There is also a "little gallery" — a piece of aqueduct used to deliver water to Crimean cities.