Mount Demerdzhi is the star of the Crimea, but even this mountain has its own secrets. You will climb the northern slopes and find out where the Simferopol-Yalta road passed in the 19th century, enjoy the amazing view from the top of Pakhkal-kai and find out what is behind the mysterious abbreviation MAN. Finally, we will walk through the fragrant lavender fields. Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 6 hours Children Possible with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 by 2 reviews RUB 3900 per excursion Price for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Mount Pakhkal-Kaya We will go by colorful paths from the Angarsk pass to the Funa pass to climb to the top of the Pakhkal-Kaya mountain, which means "Trade Mountain". Standing at an altitude of 1138 meters above sea level, you will enjoy a panoramic view of the whole of Alushta. I will tell you about merchants and travelers of past eras, share an old legend and explain why the locals called the peak Bald Ivan. Why is the cross raised here, and what was there before? You will definitely find out
MAN cave Who are MAN and how do they relate to Demerdzhi? Did the inhabitants of this mysterious place worship gods? We will go inside the grotto, where a tourist's foot rarely steps, and talk about the sites of ancient people, lost artifacts, flora and fauna of the Crimean peninsula
Lavender fields We will rest on a cozy sunny meadow, and then descend to the fields of mountain lavender and the village of Luchistoe. Along the way, you will see 500-year-old beeches, taste the water from several mountain springs and breathe in the scent of local herbs.
- The route starts from the Angarsk pass, and ends at the village. Radiant. Travel to and from the starting point by public transport.
- Difficulty of the route - medium, comfortable shoes with solid soles are required
The beginning of the excursion at the bus station in Alushta. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.