ROUTES
Walking route           km (6 mi)        3,5 hours

The route runs along the western slope of the Opuk Mountain, and then along the seacoast through the sandbar of the Koyashskoye salt lake.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Walking route
 10 km (6 mi)        3,5 hours

The route runs along the western slope of the Opuk Mountain, and then along the seacoast through the sandbar of the Koyashskoye salt lake.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Walking route           7,5 km (4,6 mi)        3–3,5 hours

Along this route, you will see the ruins of the ancient city Kimmerikon and mysterious catacombs, bats and rose starlings, an ancient well and an abandoned lighthouse, as well as the mountains, the sea and the unforgettable Koyashskoye Lake.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Walking route
 7,5 km (4,6 mi)        3–3,5 hours

Along this route, you will see the ruins of the ancient city Kimmerikon and mysterious catacombs, bats and rose starlings, an ancient well and an abandoned lighthouse, as well as the mountains, the sea and the unforgettable Koyashskoye Lake.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Sea route          10 km (6 mi)        1 hour

By following this route, you will go on a real sea trip to the mysterious rocks of Elken-Kaya, shrouded in ancient legends. You will listen to many amazing stories, sail over the cemetery of anchors and enjoy the view of sea birds nesting on the ledges of steep cliffs.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Sea route
 10 km (6 mi)        1 hour

By following this route, you will go on a real sea trip to the mysterious rocks of Elken-Kaya, shrouded in ancient legends. You will listen to many amazing stories, sail over the cemetery of anchors and enjoy the view of sea birds nesting on the ledges of steep cliffs.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Walking route           5 km (3 mi)        2 hours

The route starts at the foot of the Opuk Mountain and runs along the coast to the Chebakskaya Balka (valley). Along the route, you will see a lot of ancient settlements, unique steppe birds and many rare and endemic plants.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Walking route
 5 km (3 mi)        2 hours

The route starts at the foot of the Opuk Mountain and runs along the coast to the Chebakskaya Balka (valley). Along the route, you will see a lot of ancient settlements, unique steppe birds and many rare and endemic plants.

The route will be available starting from April 1.

Photos used on this site belong to (photo credits): S. Ledenkov, I. Sikorsky, L. Moroz, V. Kostrov, N. Litvinyuk, D. Rutyanov, S. Alyomov, M. Atamanenko, G. Prokopov, D. Voinov, Y. Timofeev, Y. Shumlyaeva, M. Rozanov, V. Anzylov, V. Zyuzin, A. Gromov, Y. Zhuravleva, E. Nekadimova, N. Krymsky, K. Polyanskaya, A. Rybintsev, A. Mishin, A. Dmitrieva and naturerussia.travel
Photos used on this site belong to (photo credits): S. Ledenkov, I. Sikorsky, L. Moroz, V. Kostrov, N. Litvinyuk, D. Rutyanov, S. Alyomov, M. Atamanenko, G. Prokopov, D. Voinov, Y. Timofeev, Y. Shumlyaeva, M. Rozanov, V. Anzylov, V. Zyuzin, A. Gromov, Y. Zhuravleva, E. Nekadimova, N. Krymsky, K. Polyanskaya, A. Rybintsev, A. Mishin, A. Dmitrieva and naturerussia.travel
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