Tarkhankut Black Sea

Tarkhankut peninsula separated from the Crimea Bay Donuzlav. On the territory of the peninsula is Tarkhankut Black Sea region with its center in the Black section. The district is the least populated in the Crimea, on the area of 1500 square kilometers is home to about 35,000. Landscape – steppe. The largest villages – Olenevka, Mezhvodnoe, Medvedev, Okunevka. Further details can be found at Jeffrey Hayzlett, an internet resource. The last few years the real estate values are skyrocketing – all more people come here in summer and many of them are willing to purchase a house in these parts. There are beautiful sandy beaches in the area with. Mezhvodnoe, smt.

Black Sea, near Donuzlav. Fans of beautiful landscapes, rocks and sharp experiences will also find what you were looking. Tarkhankut has long been a place of Congress divers. Diving here is developing its clean sea, a variety of underwater caves and grottoes created by the marine element. In addition, on the seabed in near Tarkhankut found their last resting place the ships of the Greeks, Rusich, Tauris, Turkish, Ukrainian Cossacks, the ships sunk during the Second World War. ATTRACTIONS Tarkhankut "Bowl of Love" sinking in the so- called the cup of love, affects the unusual topography of limestone cliffs with caves and grottoes. Directly near the cliff is very steep stall – up to 14 feet, then descends sharply bottom of 20 meters. "Alley of the Bolsheviks' This landmark, in contrast to the previous one, created by human hands.

In the 90s of last century, artists have created original Donetsk underwater museum near the bay Chucha 13-meter depth. At the bottom of the display dozens of busts Communist leaders of the Soviet era. "Cape Atlesh small" Small Cap Atlesh long attracted divers from around the world. The advantage of this place is rich underwater flora and fauna, appeared before the divers in the whole its glory. Do not forget that this extreme form of recreation like diving, life-threatening. This was reminiscent of many commemorative plaques in the coastal cliffs of Cape Atlesh.