City Garden • Odesa
City Garden
City Garden • Odesa
Adjacent to the well-known Deribasovskaya Street, the City Garden is the most famous park in Odesa. Founded along with the city itself, it is the oldest green zone in the Southern Palmira. As of today, the 200-years-old park, located in the very center of the city, continues being one of the most popular attractions among tourists and locals, which name it the heart of their city. The garden was f

Park Granite-steppe Lands of Buh
The regional landscape park Granite-steppe Lands of Buh, spread over the north-west of Mykolaiv Oblast, is one of South Ukraine’s most beautiful corners, which vividly illustrates its unbelievable natural wonders. Stretching out for 70 kilometers, it includes the most picturesque part of Southern Buh’s river valley and deep canyon-like hollows. They were cut in the old crystalline rocks millions o

The National Natural Park ‘Bugski Guard’
The national park ‘Bugski Guard’ lies in the picturesque valley of the Southern Bug in the Mykolaiv region. It was created quite recently, in 2009, in order to preserve the unique nature and historic-cultural landmarks of southern Ukraine. Soon after it was built, the park gained the status of one of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine. The territory of the ‘Bugski Guard’ is one of the oldest dry land s

The Kinburns'ka Kosa
This truly unique spit is one of the numerous natural treasures of southern Ukraine. The Kinburns'ka Kosa is the combination of a long sand belt and the peninsula adjoined to it. The Kinburns'ka Kosa is surrounded by the Dnieper-Bug bay on one side, the Black Sea on another, and with the Yagorlytskiy Gulf on the third. This amazing peninsula has been a familiar place over the course of history. O

The Black Sea biosphere reserve
The Black Sea reserve is the largest in Ukraine. It was created in the early 20th century on the picturesque coast of the Black Sea, near Kherson. Its huge territory, which is home to beautiful gulfs, peculiar islands, fabulous groves, sand massif, and deserted steppes, demonstrates the surprising variety of Ukrainian Black Sea landscapes. Unique natural conditions have bestowed upon the reserve

Berezan • Mykolaiv
Berezan • Mykolaiv
This small, uninhibited island in the Black Sea near Ochakiv is one of the most mysterious and enigmatic places around Mykolaiv. It is a part of the historical-archeological reserve ‘Olbia.’ In ancient times, Berezan was a peninsula. On it stood an Ancient Greek settlement called Borysthenes, which is the only settlement of the early period of Greek colonization that has remained in the northern

Resorts (Koblevo, Ochakiv)
Koblevo Koblevo is the largest and most popular resort area on the Mykolaiv coast of the Black Sea. Located there are around one hundred sanatoriums, which are able to satisfy the most diverse tastes and demands of their guests. Because of its idyllic nature and climate – a caressing sun, wide sandy beaches, an azure sea, and clean air aromatized by steppe herbs and coniferous forest - Koblevo be

Vilkovo • Odesa
Vilkovo • Odesa
This unique town - the gem of the lower Danube River - is located on the border of Ukraine and Romania at the picturesque confluence of the Danube and the Black Sea. At this place, one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe breaks into several branches that form a sort of fork. It is from here that the village gets its name (‘vilka’ means ‘fork’ in Russian) given to the city by Russians and runawa

Kamennaya Mogila • Zaporizhzhia
Kamennaya Mogila
Kamennaya Mogila • Zaporizhzhia
Kamennaya Mogila (‘Stone Tomb’) is one of the most unusual geological formations in the world and an astonishing natural monument. It is a sand hill, located in the middle of the steppe, covered with large stones of peculiar forms. This ‘stone island’ is around 14 million years old, which makes it the oldest archeological and cultural monument in Ukraine! Today, because of its originality, Kamenna
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