West Coast

West Coast

Уникальная природа Крыма

 

  • Artillery Bay
  • Shores of Artillery Bay became a place of active construction right since the foundation of Sevastopol. Artillery Bay is located in central part of the city and it derived its name due to artillery magazines and cannon shot stores which appeared on its shores during that time.

  • Atlesh Reserve Landmark
  • Atlesh is a reserve landmark (since 1980) on Tarhankut Peninsula. Along this 1.8 mile-long coastal line near Atlesh of southern Tarhankut, numerous picturesque bays, spongy cliffs, vast grottos, coastal niches, and sometimes beautiful stone arcs are formed in result of erosion and washing away by sea breaking waves.

  • Balaklava Harbour
  • Balaklava Harbour is a historical and landscape landmark of Crimea. This elongated, curved harbour of Balaklava is scarcely noted from sea is considered to be the best choice for yachting sports on all the Black Sea coasts.

  • Baydar Valley
  • Baydar Valley is a intermountain through in south-western part of the Crimean Peninsula. This place is located in south-eastern part of the area under jurisdiction of Sevastopol City Council. An old road from Chersonesus used to be located in the Valley. Baydar Gate mountain path is located in the southernmost point of the Valley.

  • Blue Bay
  • It got its name from the purity of the water in which from the steep shore the white sand of the bottom looked blue.

  • Canyon of Chernaya River
  • Canyon of Chernaya River is for many not so well-known as its “elder brother” – the Greater Canyon. And meanwhile, the Smaller Canyon is almost five times longer than the Greater one and makes a deep impression on a traveler which is remembered for a long time.

  • Cape Aya
  • Cape Aya is the south-western extremity of the Crimean Mountains and a Republcian game reserve. Numerous endemic plants and rare animals all registered in the Red Book can be observed in this marvelous wild site of Crimea.

  • Cape Fiolent
  • Cape Fiolent is a natural landmark located on the western extremity of the Western Crimean Coast, where its narrow land gets even narrower and in southern part of Heraclean Peninsula dominates above the sea precipitously. Harsh, wild cliffs almost 300 ft. high stand in great masses above the sea. Chaotic boulder accumulations, miniature islands and archs were formed in coastal ravines.

  • Jangul landmark
  • Jangul landmark is located near village of Olenevka. Jangul is a 3 miles long landslip coastal line and its territory comprises combined masses of quaint side-rocks and various landslides. Appearance of the coast is harsh and wild, and this place is considered one of the “energetic” places of the peninsula.

  • Laspi Bay
  • Laspi Bay is located within area of Sevastopol Region in southern part of the Crimean Peninsula. It is some 19 miles away from center of Sevastopol and 25 miles distant from Yalta. The bay stretches for about 7.5 miles and is located right between Cape Sarych and Cape Aya. Thi are features the finest water conditions on the whole Crimean Southern Coast.

  • Laspi Cliffs
  • Cliffs of Laspi have been a natural landmark since 1969 and a reserve area since 1980. For lots of sunny days, heat and drought-resistant plants growing here, these places obtained an unofficial name of “the Crimean Africa”. Laspi Cliffs are a unique place where Crimean orchids grow.

  • Laspi Mountain Pass
  • Laspi Mountain Pass is a mountain pass in the Crimean Mountains and the highest elevation point on highway Sevastopol-Yalta. The pass is located 765 yards to the north of Laspi Bay. A massive robust cliff named after locating engineer Nikolai Garin-Mikhailovsky is located on the pass where an observation platform is built, from where a wonderful sights of Batiliman and Laspi Bays and Cape Aya are unveiled.

  • Maksimov’s Dacha
  • Maksimov’s Dacha is located in Khomutova Gully and represents an estate complex with a landscape park created in late 19th – early 20th cc. by architect Valentin Feldmann. This unique park-museum is a preserve – a complex natural, archeological, historical and landscape park landmark.

  • Naval Port of Sevastopol
  • History of Sevastopol is a reflection of its port’s history. In 1802, Sevastopol was included into Taurida Governorate, and later was declared the main military Black Sea port of the Russian Empire. The city itself, initially designed as military settlement near naval fortress, developed and grew exclusively thanks to its port.

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