Chekhov's house in Yalta, known as Belaya Dacha, was built in 1899. It was there that the writer created his famous 'Lady with a Doggie' story, 'The Cherry Orchard' and 'Three Sisters' plays.
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.
Yalta has been the most popular tourist destination in Crimea for many years. It is not without reason that it is called the resort capital of the peninsula. It attracts guests not only with cozy beaches, but also with gorgeous landscapes and famous sights.
Summer Yalta. Sun-drenched, immersed in greenery, washed by the Black Sea and as if fenced off from the outside world by a ridge of mountains. Probably, there is no person on earth who has visited Crimea and at the same time has not visited its resort capital. How Yalta lives at the peak of the holiday season − see our photo gallery.
The pebble beach is on the South Coast of Crimea, in the picturesque small town of Sanatornoyeh, which is part of Yalta municipality. The sea shore is in a walking distance from the Mellas Health Resort. The beach is cozy and comfortable, it has everything you need for a great vacation.
The Six Senses Japanese garden is comfortably placed on the territory of the five-star Mriya Resort & Spa Hotel. Guests of the traditional Japanese garden can enjoy a walk along waterfalls, ponds with golden carps and turtles, a rock garden, bridges, which are scattered over an area of 6 hectares.
The fountain is in the picturesque park of the Gurzufsky Health Resort. The sculpture in the Baroque style depicts a scene from Greek mythology. The central figure is Nyx (or Nox in Latin) − the goddess of the night with a torch of life up in her hand.