Installed in the memory of the famous sea-scape painter Ivan Aivazovsky, a native of Theodosia. It was opened in 2004. The composition consists of the figure of a woman who holds a shell in her hand. Water flows from it into the bowl, from which it flows into the pool.
The winery was established in 1834. The area of vineyards is 240 hectares. Red and white grape varieties are grown here. The red grapes are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, and the white grapes are Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling. Guided tours and wine tastings are organized on the estate.
The second month of autumn in Crimea offers tourists a variety of festivals. The October the event poster will be full of gastronomic, sports, art events. And this is why everyone can find something to do on the peninsula in mid-autumn. We offer a selection of the most striking events of October.
Gastronomic tourism is a young and promising area, which has recently been gaining momentum in Russia. The popularity of such tourism is not so much in food but in acquaintance with the traditions of taste and hospitality of the region. And Crimea succeeded in this area.
Crimean holiday is a unique opportunity to explore the national cuisine of the peoples of the peninsula and estimate the fantasy of local restaurants. Especially for gourmets we prepared a guide to "tasty" places of the region.
In the town of Sudak you can see exotic reptiles and some of the most poisonous inhabitants of the fauna from different parts of the world. On the territory of the crocodile farm there are various species of crocodiles, iguanas, monitor lizards, snakes, toads, land and amphibious turtles, scorpions, agamas, as well as foxes.
A small but stunningly picturesque lake is near Alupka right at the foot of the Shaan Kaya rock. You can get there by car or take a walk through the forest along the fantastical heaps of fallen rocks. The road takes no more than one and a half kilometres (less than 5000 ft.).
An unusual museum is located in the resort village of Shtormovoyeh in the west of Crimea. Here a unique collection of the Black Sea "gifts" has been collected: wreckages and wastes from the sea, processed by nature itself to artistic shapes and brought ashore by storms.
Clear transparent air, gentle sun without exhosting heat, warm sea water and a lot of fruit and vegetables. All this is Crimea in september. Most people try to have their vacations in summer time and when autumn comes the beaches become less crowded, prices for services fall, but all tourist attractions still work and wait for guests.
"theHARASHO" Actual Art Gallery is one of the most popular exhibition venues in Crimea. Over the years, the gallery has organized several hundreds of different expositions − photo art, painting, children's drawings, arts and crafts, small sculptural forms.