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.
We continue to acquaint you with our unique Crimea, showing its beauty on vivid videos. And today we propose to "fly" over the picturesque part of its eastern coast. So, we present: the ancient town of Sudak and the small town of Noviy Svet.
The most spectacular part of the Golitsyn Trail is the initial stretch. Stonemasons cut a horizontal trail into the rock above the sea. If you look down, you see a precipice into the sea, and if you look up, you see a precipice into the sky.
The town is located in a picturesque valley in the southeast of the Crimean Peninsula, six km from Sudak. It is surrounded by a dense ring of mountains, and the Sinyaya, Zelyonaya and Golubaya bays delight the visitors with crystal clear water that is rare for the Black Sea.