East Coast

East Coast

Уникальная природа Крыма


  • Cape Chameleon
  • Cape Chameleon was named so mostly not because of its shape but because of its ability to change its colors depending on the sun position, weather, illumination and season. On contemporary geographical maps the headland is often has designation of “Cape Lagerniy” (“Camp Cape”), despite there are no camps in its vicinity. This cape separates Tikhaya (“Quiet”) Bay from Koktebel Bay.

  • Cape Kapchik
  • Cape Kapchik is the most memorable landscape element of  Novy Svet. Acutely topped peak of Khoba-Kaya is clearly seen behind the cape and that peak is separated from Kapchik by Sinyaya (“Blue”) Bay. One can get to Cape Kapchik going along a pathway . Cape Kapchik is quaintly curved and protrudes into the sea for several several hundred yards.

  • Cape Kazantip
  • Cape Kazantip – means absence of people, lots of sun and numerous beaches with mile-length sandy beaches and finest water. There are unusual and quaint figures of cliffs and boulders, small comfortable bays and many black cormorants sitting on white stones. It’s a great place for surfing and kiteboarding.
  • Cape Meganom
  • Meganom headland is one of the most mysterious sites in Crimea. Here, in “local Tunisia”, between Koktebel and Sudak, mysterious and scientifically unaccountable events take place among beautiful natural landscapes.

  • Chaliapin’s Grotto
  • An outstanding grotto with a centennial history is called nowadays Chaliapin’s Grotto. The Grotto’s name is connected with a visit by the famous singer Feodor Chaliapin. He liked to stay on visits to his friend, a count, and could not but pay attention to the Grotto. It is told that Chaliapin performed concerts in the Grotto.

  • Golitsin’s Path
  • Golitsin’s Path is known for its unique natural caves. In one of them there were kept bottles of wine, which Prince Golitsyn entertained the guests. There is an excellent acoustics in the grotto, great Chaliapin sang here. That’s why there are two names for the grotto, some call it Golytsinskiy, and other Chaliapin.

  • Kara-Dag State Reserve
  • Kara-Dag State Reserve is a state reserve in Ukraine in south-eastern part of Crimea. The reserve occupies area of volcanic massif Kara-Dag. The main goals of its work are to study variety of biological life and to monitor land and water ecosystems.

  • Karaul-Oba Natural Landmark
  • Mount Karaul-Oba guards from the west bays and juniper growths of Novy Svet. After you have ascended to its top and have looked around, you will surely understand why the Mount is called that way: from its top the whole coastline from Cape Meganom to Mount Ayu-Dag. Cape Karaul-Oba is called one of the world’s seven geological wonders.

  • Lisya Bay
  • Lisya (“Fox”) Bay is a bay of the Black Sea between mountain massifs of Kara-Dag and Cape Meganom. It is supposed that its name derived from a thornback ray (named in Russian literary as “sea fox”). But local old residents state that the bay was formerly named “Lysaya” (Russian word for “bald”) because the coastal terraces were completely woodless.

  • Mount Lyagushka (Frog) – Bakatash
  • Bakatash is a natural landmark of local importance and it is under law protection. According to decree of Crimean Minister Council No. 1918-67 dd. 30.01.1969, the reserved area is 5 hectares.

  • Mysteries of Mount Taraktash
  • Wonderful mountain valley between tops of Mount Taraktash and Bakatash was settled by humans since antiquity. In 1995 archeologists discovered traces of late ancient settlement with two temples, which were active in 1st-4th cc. AD.


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