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Beaches of the Russky Island (Vladivostok, Russia)
April 21, 2019 16:53


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After the construction of the Russky Bridge between the island and Vladivostok, beaches of the island became a favorite vacation spot for residents and tourists.

Most of the beaches in the bays are rented to tenants who charge a fee from those who come by private car with a tent, as they clean the beaches and organize a minimal infrastructure. Without a car and a tent you can relax for free. There are “wild” places on the island where even at the high  season there are no people, for example, a nameless bay near Matveyev’s stone or the beginning of Novik bay. A nice and comfortable place is the beach "Ajax", due to the proximity of the university campus there are always a lot of young people there.



Boyar Bay is sheltered from the winds from three sides, the beach is very narrow, sandy and pebbly, and a picturesque lighthouse stands near the cape.

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One of the world's largest oceanariums is located on the Russky Island. It includes an aquarium, a dolphinarium, an arena for animal performances, a scientific adaptation base, and a park area.

 
For parents with children, beaches in the bays of Akhlestyshev and Filippovskiy will be the best option. There is no good infrastructure here, but the entrance to the water is rather flat. In the Shallow Water Bay (artificially covered with sand) there are playgrounds, toilets, a cafe, and a pier.

Most of the hotels and health resorts of the island are located in the Bay of Voyevoda with its beautiful environment, clean sea, and well-developed infrastructure. In the bay of Chernyshev guests will enjoy beautiful views and natural mysteries.

Peschanka Bay or New Dzhigit strikes with red color of sand, coastal rocks and a huge stone pillar near the coast. The water is crystal clean and relatively cool - this is a great place for diving.



Practical information
 
Coordinates: 43.058609, 131.900578 (entrance to the island).
 
Getting there: the main road goes from the center of Vladivostok to the village Russkaya. It will take about 40 minutes (30 km).

Buses No. 29D, 22D, 15, 63, 77e.

By ferry from the port in the Golden Horn Bay (30 minutes on the way).
 
The cost of parking space is 100-300 RUB, for a tent - up to 400 RUB per day.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Vladivostok Primorsky Territory travel to Russia Russian beaches  

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