Cape Fiolent is a place of beauty. The name "Fiolent" comes from the Italian word 'violento', meaning 'turbulent' or 'violent', referring to the turbulent waters of the cape during certain times of the year. But don't let it deter you, when the water is calm, it is a clear, azure color that mesmerizes onlookers.
The Church of Christ's Resurrection, Foros
Sitting on the edge of a cliff overlooking the village of Foros, the church is a favorite wedding venue. It was consecrated in 1892 and even the last Tsar of Russia prayed in it.
Golden Gate Arch, Kara Dag reserve
The reserve was created in 1979 to protect the unique flora and fauna in the area, as well as the abundant precious stones - remnants of ancient volcanic eruptions from 150 million years ago.
Known as the Crimean Grand Canyon, it hides many incredible secrets, one of which is considered to be a fountain of youth, called "Kara Gol".
Genoese Fortress, Sudak
One of the most famous locations in Sudak is this Roman fortress, built in the sixth century by emperor Justinian I.
Kara Dag ("Black Mountain")
Kara Dag is a volcanic formation located in the south-eastern part of the Crimea peninsula. The area is rich in minerals and semi-precious stones.
The town of Balaklava
A balaclava is a tightly knit garment that covers the head and face (also known as a ski-mask). The garment got its name from this town, as it was commonly used during the freezing winters.
Another view of the Jur-Jur waterfall
Known as the most powerful waterfall in Crimea, Jur-Jur waterfall is part of the Ulu-Uzen river, which spills from the Crimean mountains.