- Stanitsa Golubitskaya
- Stanitsa Donzhanskaya
- Cape Kazantip
Rest on the Sea of Azov is calm and interesting. Here you can go windsurfing, see dolphins and sea cocks, pelicans flying over the shallow - only 13.5 meters - sea. Where to relax on the Sea of Azov to get the maximum rest and experience?
The village of Golubitskaya was named an open-air museum. It has been known for its medicinal properties since the time of Catherine II, when eminent generals came here to recuperate. Previously, military leaders walked along the embankments, today they are vacationers with children. One of the popular types of treatment here is mud: once every 5 years, a fountain rises from the bottom of the sea, spewing mud. After the mud procedure, swimming in the sea is shown. Another opportunity to improve your health is a procedure with healing silt from the middle of Lake Golubitskoye, which is used to treat headaches, sciatica, dermatitis and stress. The rest will be pleasant for children too. You can visit here:
- Water parks
- Valley of lotuses
- Crocodile farm
Yeisk is a resort town famous for its clean waters and lack of industry. There is a "children's beach" here, which attracts families: the maximum depth is waist-deep, and the sand is regularly cleaned of debris.
The water in this city is muddy thanks to the healing mud, and the waves create excellent conditions for windsurfing. At the local market, you can buy incredibly tasty and inexpensive local fruits and vegetables, as well as freshly caught pelengas and rams.
A small resort village celebrated by Yuri Antonov. There are always few tourists here, which is unusual for resort towns. It is not easy to get here, there is a cross-country path: from Anapa to Temryuk, From Temryuk to Kuchugur. The resort is famous for its warm seaweed-free sea, shallow waters with a sandy bottom and volcanoes filled with mud: they have no bottom, but it is almost impossible to drown.
If not only the maritime climate is important for you, but also entertainment, choose Donzhanskaya village for your rest, where:
- Music and Sports Festival A-Zov
- All-Russian festival of surfers
- Carnival of dirt
- Congress of Wicked Witches.
All lovers of combining sea recreation and exploring the surroundings should visit the Taman Peninsula. Archaeological excavations do not stop here, in which anyone can participate. And rest here is a unique opportunity to relax on two seas at the same time: the Azov and Black seas.
Taman is known for:
- Wine, of course!
- With its festivals: rock, Cossack culture, wine, music, etc.
And this, contrary to popular belief, is not only a paradise for party-goers! On Kazantip, you can have a great time in the company of family and children - visiting the ancient coral atoll, where the Red Book plants grow and birds live, there are mystical stone sculptures depicting people and animals.
Well, where without entertainment, of course! Since the end of the 20th century, an alternative music festival has been held here, bringing together informals from all over the world. By the way, if you came with a yellow suitcase - the symbol of the festival - you could get to the event for free. Unfortunately, since the mid-2000s, the festival began to move, and now it is considered "extinct" at all: it is held abroad and under a completely different brand.
Shchelkino is another area where there are no industrial enterprises, so the water is clean and clear, like in the Maldives. The infrastructure is well developed here - both adults and children will find something to their liking:
- Luna Park
- Electric cars
- Air hockey
- Slot machines
- Panic rooms, etc.
Taganrog is a city associated with white acacias and ripe fruits. This small port city bears the unofficial title of an open-air museum - once the richest city in the Russian Empire. There are beautiful beaches with all kinds of entertainment:
The place is a paradise for photographers looking for the opportunity to take unique pictures. Another category of "target audience" of Primorsko-Akhtarsk is families with children: it is quiet, clean, the sea is shallow and warm, and the amount of entertainment will suit even the most sophisticated young tourists.
The hero city of Kerch is famous for its architectural landmarks and rich military glory. There are no crowds of tourists here, and there is no need to occupy a queue for a sun lounger, as is the case in Russian resorts - this is what you should go for. And the sea here is warm and clean, the water is not very salty - it does not sting your eyes. Isn't it a paradise for families?