Balaklava is more than 2500 years old, and during this time she has seen a lot. You will climb the Genoese fortress Cembalo, visit the former secret objects, enjoy gorgeous sea views and see a lake in the shape of a heart. You will also find out how Balaklava is connected with Kuprin and Odysseus and what role she played in the Crimean War. Individual excursion for 1–4 people Duration 3.5 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes By car Rating 5 on 4 reviews RUB 4500 per excursion Price for 1-4 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
A day surrounded by incredible landscapes On the way to Balaklava, you will stop at a blue heart-shaped lake - one of the most photogenic places in Crimea. Next, visit the once closed military town on the Karana plateau, reveal the history of its fortifications and enjoy the views of Cape Fiolent and the water area. In picturesque Balaklava, you will walk along the cozy embankment, find places from Kuprin's book "Listrigones" and, like medieval knights, climb the Italian fortress Cembalo
Forts, trenches and casemates You will visit the South Fort on Mount Asketi, built before the First World War. Walk through the trenches and casemates, appreciate their excellent acoustics and admire the stunning views of Cape Aya and Balaklava. And if you have time and energy, you will also look at the abandoned Utes anti-aircraft missile system and explore underground tunnels and mines from the Cold War period.
There are no additional costs for the excursion.
The excursion starts at the shopping center Sea Mall. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.