Cozy holiday house in Gurzuf
Lodge | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Cozy holiday house in Guzruf, Yalta municipal. Near ARTEK. Located on a quiet street, with magnificent view on wine yards, mountains and the sea. 550 m to the beach.
Consists of 2 rooms, sleep up to 5 persons. Fully furnished, equipped kitchen, AC, satellite TV, washing machine, fridge, toaster, kitchen wear, bed wear and towels. Nice garden, big terrace, sun beds, car parking , BBQ. Horse riding, fishing, mountain biking, para planing, diving, mountain walking trips.
Pleasant place for family holiday, romantic hide, active tourism.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Hooroff 550 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||350 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Simferopol, Nearest railway: Simferopol|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
The Crimea region
Yalta -- A very beautiful city containing many of the Russian Czar's palaces and other great monuments. Twinned with Margate in England amongst other places. Yalta is a tourist hotspot, which contains a mixture of Soviet hotels and modern high rise apartments. Yalta is one of the main holiday destinations for many Russians and other nations.
Nikitsky Botanical Garden is one of the oldest botanical gardens. It is located in Crimea, Ukraine, close to Yalta, by the shores of the Black Sea. It was founded in 1812 and named after the settlement Nikita, Ukraine. Its founder and first director was Russian botanist Christian Steven of Swedish descent. The garden and its collections were greatly expanded by the Livonian Nicolai Anders von Hartwiss, director 1827–1860. Monument to Steven Ji in the Nikitsky Botanical Garden.
The total area is 11 square kilometres. It is a scientific research centre, a producer of saplings and seeds, and a tourist attraction.
The garden is the part of the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences. It has subsidiaries in Crimea and Kherson Oblast. Its collection counts over 50,000 species, sorts and hybrides. Its scientific work consists in study of natural flora, collection of gene fund, selection and introduction of new agricultural plants for south Ukraine, Russia, and other countries.
Hurzuf or Gurzuf is a resort-town (urban settlement) in Crimea, Ukraine, on the northern coast of the Black Sea. The correct pronunciation is Gurzuf, while Hurzuf is widely acceptable due to use of the South Russian dialect in the region and the Soviet reforms of Ukrainian language that excluded letter g from the Ukrainian alphabet.
Hurzuf is a former Crimean Tatar village, now a part of Greater Yalta. Alexander Pushkin visited Hurzuf in 1821 and ballet master Marius Petipa died here. The International Children Center Artek (former All-Union Young Pioneer camp Artek) is situated just behind the mount of Ayu-Dag (Bear Mountain). The World Organization of the Scout Movement's Eurasian Region is headquartered in the town. Between Hurzuf and Mount Ayu-Dag is Cape Suuksu. At the top of the Cape is a tower, a medieval cemetery, and a small monument to Pushkin.
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Based in Ukraine