10 reasons to choose Anapa for your vacation

Why you should definitely go to Anapa.

A photograph: Eugenia Hilko

Anapa is one of the most popular resorts among most Russians. It is in this resort that already in June you can enjoy the sandy beach and enjoy the warm sea. There are many attractions here – each place is unique in its own way. Yes, and vacation at the resort can be chosen for any budget. Here are 10 reasons to choose Anapa for your vacation.

1. Ideal vacation for children

Since the days of the Soviet Union, Anapa has been known as a health resort for children. Dozens of sanatoriums and children’s camps are located in the city and its surroundings. And all this because every corner in Anapa seems to have been created for young tourists. The resort has many places where children can have fun and play – there are carousel parks, there are sights on the embankments. The sandy shore is a real joy for children, because such beaches are not only convenient for walking, but you can also build castles. A gentle entrance to the sea gives calm to parents who are concerned about the safety and comfort of their child.

Access to the sea for all tourists is free.

Access to the sea for all tourists is free.

A photograph: Michael POPOV

2. Unique nature

Whatever you say, the view of Anapa is breathtaking. Anyone who has ever been to a resort will agree that nature here is incredible. Mountains, sea, coniferous forests and dunes – all of these can win the heart of even the most spoiled vacationer. Maybe that’s why vacationers bring so many photos from their vacation in Anapa?

3. All beaches are free

Absolutely the whole territory by the sea in Anapa is available to everyone. The beaches are open to tourists from early in the morning until late at night. In addition, you can reach the sea without any problems – vacationers do not need to rest on the fences. At the same time, the beaches have everything you need for a comfortable stay.

All the beaches of Anapa are covered with golden sand.

All the beaches of Anapa are covered with golden sand.

A photograph: Eugenia Hilko

4. “Green Gold”

Summer in Anapa begins with the flowering of algae. Almost the entire coast is covered with plum. Some vacationers find it unpleasant to get into such water, but there are many who call seaweed “green gold”. There is a view among tourists that during the flowering of the plum it is necessary to organize medical procedures. They will be especially useful for those who have arthritis or osteochondrosis.

– During the chemical analysis of the plum, it turned out that it consists of 45% protein, 35% carbohydrates, 10% lipids, full of many minerals (iodine, zinc, iron, cobalt, copper) – they said to the management of the sanato complex and tourist administration of the resort. – Seaweed contains a full range of vitamins. And there is also a fukondak polysaccharide, which has anti-cancer properties.

Kamka by the sea is considered useful.

Kamka by the sea is considered useful.

A photograph: Michael POPOV

According to experts, Kamka is used in local health resorts. It is actively used in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, skin and digestive organs.

5. Lake Kyparissi

Those who come to Anapa always try to reach the village of Souko. Here are the famous cypress giants in the Krasnodar Territory, who always “float”. The trees are in a lake full of emerald water. Beautiful photos are taken there any time of the year.

The lake of Kyparissi is impressive in its beauty.

The lake of Kyparissi is impressive in its beauty.

At the same time, the cypress town in Souko has its own beach, equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas, bells and toilets. The swimming area is supervised by lifeguards.

6. Antique Open Air Museum

An ancient city was located on the site of modern Anapa a few millennia ago. So, for example, in the 6th century BC, Gorgipia was here. At that time it was a developed city with drainage systems and water pipes. On the first floors of the houses there were shops and workshops. Winemaking was one of the most important ways for locals to make money.

Today it is the only open-air museum of excavations in Russia. And you can walk around this historic place. The guides will not show you objects hidden behind glass, but will show you how the people lived in the Anapa area several thousand years ago.

7. Waterfall Pearl

Pearl Falls is a major attraction of Big Utrish. Its crystal clear and unusual appearance attracts many visitors. And it is called a pearl because, falling to the ground, the water breaks on the stones in myriad droplets that sparkle in the sun like pearls.

But at the height of the festive season, you should not expect too much water. It has unbridled power and strength only in the spring – during the period of intense snowmelt.

8. Castle “The head of the lion”

If you want to enter the Middle Ages for a day, then you should go to the Lion Castle. It is located in the village of Souko, which is located near Anapa. Inside there is a museum of a similar theme and an arena where “knightly” games take place in the summer. Unusual and colorful – especially since you will not find it on the entire Black Sea coast.

9. Mud volcano

Tourists coming to the south have a stereotype that only the Taman Peninsula is rich in volcanoes. But in fact it is not. For example, Shugo, a mud volcano, is located 40 km from Anapa. It is not only one of the largest in the area, but also with the most useful mud from all these sources.

“Dirty” is a matter of improving your health.

You should definitely come here to arrange a bath for yourself. By the way, the mud is always warm and has a high density. This will not allow drowning even those who do not know how to swim.

10. Sea of ​​the sun

For those Russians who rarely see the sun, you should definitely go on vacation to Anapa. Here you can get vitamin D for next year! Once, the city was recognized as even the sunniest in Europe. The sun shines in Anapa for 270 (!) Days a year.

By the sea, there are many marine activities for tourists.

By the sea, there are many marine activities for tourists.

A photograph: Michael POPOV

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