description of the resort The peninsula is washed by two seas - the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Its Black Sea coast has almost no resorts, with the exception of the mountain Opuk, but this is the area of the reserve.
Only in the village Yakovenkovo there is a small harbor and two lakes - Koyash and Uzunlar, which are separated from the sea by sand embankments: there are open recreation centers, campgrounds, and the "private sector" is presented here.
The main resorts of the peninsula are concentrated on the Azov coast.
Hundreds of miles of resort areas begin from the Cape Crono: Bulganak bay near the village of Yurkino, bay of reefs, Sand embankment of Mud Lake Chokrak near the village Kurortnoe, a huge beach of Kazantip bay, beaches near the cities Mysovy, Semenovka, Shchelkino, on Arabatsky bay.
The most popular tourist resorts are the town Shelkino and the cape Kazantip. In July, pensions and camps are full with dance groups, children and youth from different countries. They do not only have a holiday here but also compete and entertain the audience of Scchelkino. In mid-August, thousands of fans of fanboarding flock here for riding on a sailing board from a neutral floatation. After the first disco in 1995 in the building of an unfinished nuclear reactor Kazantip has become a cult destination for world tehnodens culture. relocation
Train Moscow - Kerch, departing from the Kurskiy railway station on even days (travel time - 25 hours 50 minutes).
Transfer You can get by any transport to Simferopol, then: from the airport - by bus (bus station is opposite the airport) from the railway station - to get to the bus station "Central" to a trolleybus № 2, 6, then shuttle bus to the Kerch; also have direct train Simferopol - Kerch, goes about 23:00, travel time - 7 hours 40 minutes.
Ukraine (Ukrainian: Україна, transliterated: Ukrayina) is a country in Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Russia to the east; Belarus to the north; Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary to the west; Romania and Moldova to the southwest; and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south. The city of Kiev (Kyiv) is both the capital and the largest city of Ukraine.