One of very few places where primeval dry subtropical forest meets the sea on the South coast of Crimea. Simply a beautiful place! This is my last post about naturist places in Crimea for now. In both cases, you can use trolleybus 34 from Yalta in the direction of the Nikita Botanical Garden.
As far as I know, in Koktebel there is jazz festival usually it starts end of august - begining of september. Also Koktebel is known as the biggest nudist center in Crimea. All right - here a lott of place in Crimea of nudist beach and bays. Between Koktebel and Ordjenikibze cities exist many bays when people tan and swim by nude rest. From In Koktebel, you can walk from the tomb of the poet Voloshin towards walk to Cape Chameleon cape and get in Quiet bay, and of a quiet bay you can walk by the well trodden path on the side where you will see Ordzhenikidze amazen and unforgettable bays and when also nudy places. A deeply recommend make walk trip from Koktebel to Ordjenikidze along the beach coast. One of favorit my place is " Fox bay" Lesiya buhta what locate near the Kurortnoe city wich you can rech by the charter bus from Koktebel to Biostation stop reach the boat station in Kurortnoe not the Biostation-there is different directions and from the boat station to walk along the wild rocky coast to the bay or take a taxi that will be more expencive.
Koktebel is situated on the shore of the Black Sea about halfway between Feodosia and Sudak and is subordinated to the Feodosia Municipality. It is best known for its literary associations. The Russian poet Maximilian Voloshin made it his residence, where he entertained many distinguished guests, including Marina Tsvetayeva , Osip Mandelshtam , and Andrey Bely who died there. They all wrote remarkable poems in Koktebel. Another prominent literary resident of Koktebel was Ilya Ehrenburg who lived there circa while escaping from anti-Semitic riots in Kiev.
Skip to content. Player utilities Share. For our next story we're looking far beyond that headline to one specific part of life on the Crimean Peninsula - tourism. There are lots of tourist attractions in Crimea. There's Yalta with its royal palaces and resorts, there's Sevastopol where Russia's Black Sea fleet hangs out, and then there's the place we want you to name in our snap Geo-quiz today.