Russia / Russian Federation (Crimea, Big Alushta, Satera settlement)
Malorechenskoye is a resort settlement in Alushta Region of South Crimea. Malorechenskoye is situated 25 km northwards from Alushta, in a nice spot surrounded by orchards and vineyards. One of the popular highlights of the resort is waterfalls Dzhur-Dzhur located in Khap-Khal hole. Other highlights are a temple – the highest in Crimea uphill church-lighthouse with a stunning view of the seashore, a winery which is famous for producing exquisite muscat vines: White Muscat of Red Stone and Pink Yuzhnoberezhnoye. The main street of Malorechenskoye goes right above the beach of 30-50 m width. There are many privately owned holiday hotels in Malorechenskoye with excellent sports and children’s playgrounds. It is a wonderful place for those who are looking for quietness, tranquillity, closeness to the nature and comfort at the same time
Russia / Russian Federation (Crimea, Big Alushta, Malorechenskoye)
A splendid seashore nook, Partenit is the westernmost part of the Big Alushta nested at the foot of Aiu-Dag Mountain in the vast Partenit valley. Verdure of old-aged parks and natural evergreen plants form an impressive luxury necklace stretching from the sea up to the Main Chain of Crimean Mountains. All beaches of Partenit are artificial because of the step shore landscape. Mountain Aui-Dag is a natural reserve, of volcanic origin.
Russia / Russian Federation (Crimea, Big Alushta, Semidvoriye)
Alushta is one of the most important health resorts and tourist destinations of Crimea. Several luxury hotels and SPA offering top quality level of services have been built in Alushta in recent years. Hot summers and mild winters are specific features of Alushta climate. Lots of sunshine, fresh air, warm sea and spectacular mountains are the vital components of rest in Alushta which made this place perfect climatic resort.