The Crimean peninsula in Soviet times received the status of an all-Union health resort and a favorite seaside resort of Soviet tourists. In addition to the sea coast, Crimea is of interest for mountain ranges, architecture and wineries located in the picturesque corners of the peninsula.
When choosing a place for sea relaxation, keep in mind that there are more places for children to relax in the resorts of the west coast: sanatoriums, camp complexes. Local resorts (Evpatoria, Saki, Nikolaevka, Tarkhankut and Chernomorskoye) are famous for sandy and pebble beaches. Moreover, the sea here is shallow and warm near the coast. In Yevpatoriya there are children’s health centers where you can combine a beach holiday with prevention and treatment.
Crimea attracts with the medieval architecture of the ancient capital – Bakhchisarai. It is worth seeing the surviving monument of the Crimean Tatar people – the Khan’s Palace, go to the mountains and visit the cave city and the monastery. Taste Crimean Tatar cuisine and local wines. Wine connoisseurs will appreciate excursions to the Massandra and Koktebel wineries with tasting. The peninsula attracts gastronomic tourists with a unique combination of Eastern, European and Slavic cuisine.
Hiking enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the winding paths of the Crimean canyon, climbing Ai-Petri and going to the waterfalls.Architecture lovers should visit the famous Crimean palaces in Massandra, Yalta and Livadia. Hiking tours in the mountains will open fantastic panoramas of the peninsula.
All-inclusive tours to Crimea are available to tourists all year round!