If you want to see the eighth wonder of the world visit Balaklava bay with Ayia and Fiolent capes (not far from Sevastopol, Crimea).
The bay will tell you its mysterious history. Ancient Greeks called it the "Bay of omens" (this is the place where Odysseus and his companions met ogres during the journey). During the Crimean War at the entrance to the Balaklava bay a British ship "Black Prince" with gold on board sank. Later on, a lot of expeditions tried to find it but in vain. People believe that the bay keeps the secret of "Black Prince" up to now. You can be a person who will try to find the gold of "Black Prince" and probably you will be more lucky than numerous treasure hunters.
Coming here do not miss a grandiose building existed in Balaklava since the Cold War. This is an underground plant on submarines repair (once it was a secret place figured in secret documents as 825 GPU object. In the nearest future people will see a museum that will open all its secrets).
Incredible beauty of Aiya cape ("Holy Cape") was described by father of history Herodotus. Staying here you feel that you found yourself in a fantastic and lost in time world of evergreens, odd rocks and boundless sea (places close to the Cape are called "Lost World").
If you are young in spirit and ready for physical activities visit Fiolent Cape. This place is considered to be the most exotic rest place in Crimea: Here you will find virgin nature, clearest air, clear water, quiet and peace, blossomed almond trees, fascinating and breathtaking views from the mountains; the oldest monastery of St.George's whose cloister can lead you down to the sea if you overcome a steep and unusually long ladder numbering more than 800 steps.
Enjoy the beauty of one of the most picturesque corners of the earth. Give yourself a heavenly pleasure of unity with nature that will give you strength and inspiration for new life goals.
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Nature of Ukraine