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Travel to Krasnodar Territory: Tuapse Beaches
March 1, 2020 11:39


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Tuapse is a city that combines the silver sheen of metal port cranes and gold  sand and pebble beaches. Tuapse differs from typical resort towns of the Black Sea: several industrial enterprises operate here. There is an opinion that Tuapse is in the shadow of Sochi, but yet the number of tourists arriving here has remained stably high for many years.

For a  seaside town, warmed by the  southern sun, there was a constant struggle. The city passed from hand to hand of different peoples, and each of them - Greeks, Circassians, Tatars - left here a rich historical heritage. Today, the successor of ancient Topsida attracts vacationers with a convenient transport location, developed infrastructure and low prices.



Beaches of Tuapse

Almost all beaches in Tuapse are free. For a small fee on the largest of them you can take sun loungers and umbrellas.

As a rule, the beaches here are remote from resort villages and are mostly pebble; the sea is deep enough. In Tuapse itself, there are pebble beaches with small pebbles and a smooth slope in depth. In Dzhubga, the 800-meter beach consists mainly of sand, although there are pebble and stone areas. The bottom of the sea near the coast is flat, without rocky ledges, the depth increases gradually. The beach in Lermontovo is called the “Golden Coast”, with a length of about 2 km and a width of 50 m. It is composed of fine and coarse-grained sand.



The most popular beach in Tuapse is Central. A wide and long (1.2 km) strip of sand and pebble beach, in addition to its excellent location, is characterized by a convenient and even descent into the sea. The infrastructure is well developed: there are showers, changing cabins, rental points for sun loungers and umbrellas, as well as volleyball courts. Entrance to the beach is free. A wide pedestrian path is laid along the sand strip. Nearby, there is an amusement park with  many shops, cafes, restaurants, and a market.

The beach "Seaside", remote from the central part of Tuapse, is very popular among locals and tourists. This pebbled recreation area is just 225 meters long and is located in the northwestern part of the resort. It has everything you need for a full beach holiday: showers, cabins, catamaran rental, attractions for children and adults, and several cafes.



Orlyonok beach with clear yellow quartz sand (Novomikhailovsky village) is perhaps the best in the Tuapse district. Its width is 40 m. The seabed   is shallow and even, the water quickly warms up.

The beach in the Olga bay is well-pebbled, its width is about 10-12 m. The depth starts right from the shore.

To the south-east of Tuapse there are large-pebble beaches, which are replaced by small-pebble and sand beaches near the village of Shepsi.
 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Krasnodar Territory Russian beaches Black sea Tuapse  

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