The former name the Crimean town of Noviy Svet was Paradise. And this is justified. After all, here, in this splendor of nature, you feel like in paradise. It is not for nothing that the "father" of Crimean winemaking, Prince Lev Golitsyn, liked these mountain skyline and cozy valleys. Emperor Nicholas II visited this place in the 19th century. Today, this unique village and its surroundings attract tourists who want to see with their own eyes the gorgeous panoramas of Noviy Svet, take a walk along its coast by boat, and to plunge into the gentle waters of local bays in summer.

Have a "walk" with us along this wonderful place of the eastern Crimea and "breathe in" its juniper and sea aromas. And it's easy to do browsing our photo gallery.