Ai-Petri, meaning St. Peter in Greek, is a peak in the Crimean Mountains. One of the windiest places in Crimea, the wind blows for 125 days in a year and up to speeds of 100 miles per hour. In addition to the somewhat troublesome winds, the high peak is also one of the foggiest places in the Ukraine, giving the heights an air of mystery and danger.
Emir of Bukhara liked South Coast of Crimea and decided to build there own palace. He bought a plot in Yalta where the garden was laid out and built a magnificent building. Initially planned to give the order for construction to famous architect Nikolai Krasnov.
Massandrovsky beach - Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine. The first, and probably, a unique beach on all post-Soviet territory of the European sample and a high degree of service of visitors with completely developed infrastructure and the highest level of service. It is awarded honor - "the Best beach of year" in 2008 year.
Polyana Skazok is Ukraine’s only outdoor museum of sculpture and floristics. It is situated in one of the most beautiful corners of the Southern Coast of Crimea: on the protected forest edge at the foot of the peculiar Stavri-Kaya cliff, two kilometers away from Yalta’s center.
Yalta’s picturesque surroundings conceal many wonders of nature: their concentration per square meter rolls over limit, exceeding all thinkable and unthinkable norms. One of them is majestic waterfall Uchan-Su, located on the southern slope of the beautiful Ai-Petri Mountain. Its name means flying water in Crimean Tatar.