Vorontsov’s Palace is situated in Alupka on the foot of Ai-Petri mountain. The palace was build as a summer residence of an outstanding Russian statesman, General-Governor of New Russia M.S. Vorontsov (1782-1856).
Pantikapey is a Miletus colony founded in 6th century BC on the shore of Kerch Bay of the Taurida peninsula. It is an antique city, the predecessor of Kerch, was a former capital of the Bosporus State.
Count’s Quay is the emblem of the city with has been connected the history of Sevastopol since its foundation till nowadays. It is situated in the center of the city on the south coast of the Sevastopol bay. Count's Quay forms the facade of the city and the sea it’s one of the most important architectural landmarks of its central part.
The Swallow's Nest castle was recognized a winner of 7 Yalta Wonders Contest-Action in 2008. Romantic knight’s castle named Swallow's Nest, which clings to an inaccessible 40-metre Aurora cliff of Cape Ai-Todor in the village of Gaspra is really striking Crimean site. The Swallow’s Nest has become a true symbol not only of the South Coast but also of the whole Crimea.
Yalta Promenade is the oldest central, extremely beautiful street. Its official name is Promenade named after Lenin. The Promenade is lined up with palm-trees. One can enjoy magnolia smell and see a continuous range of bars, cafes, restaurants, side-shows.
Panorama “Defense of Sevastopol in 1854-1955 is a world famous monument to the people’s feat, our national heritageIn the central part of the Historic boulevard is Panorama “Defense of Sevastopol in 1854-1955” - a world famous monument to the people’s feat, our national heritage.
Valley of the ghosts is an area in the Crimea, the concentration of fantastically shaped rocks on the western slope of the southern ridge of the array Demirci. The forms of the rocks caused by weathering of the Upper Jurassic conglomerates of the southern Demirci.
Kara-Dag State Reserve is a state reserve in Ukrane on the south-eastern part of the Crimea. The reserve is situated on the territory of volcano massif Kara-Dag. The main functions of the reserve are studying the biodiversity, monitoring of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
The south-western edge of the Crimean mountains – cape Aya is a unique natural complex, a preserve of republican importance. Here one can see a leopard whip snake listed in the Red Book of Ukraine. In the littoral waters submerging its warm waters one can find crabs, squids and mussels.
It’s supposed that on Phiolent there used to be the temple of Virgin of Tavropolia (Parthenon) in which the Tauri sacrificed foreigners who got into shipwreck at the shores of the Trakheyskiy peninsula to their Goddess.
In 2010 for the first time since the history of Powerboat water race began, the first stage of the Powerboat World Championship Yalta Gran Prix 2010 took place in Yalta City, one of the best Crimean resorts.