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Where to go for a weekend to the sea in spring: unusual options

  • Business
  • Published Mar. 17, 2021
  • Updated Mar. 17, 2021

We have collected 5 interesting travel options for you. Most of them are to the sea because now there are almost no tourists there.


Berezan Island

Did you know that the island of Berezan is the very island of Buyan, so majestically described in Pushkin's fairy tale? Sources claim that a small island, which he saw in the Black Sea near Ochakov, Mykolaiv region has inspired the great Russian poet to write a well-known fairy tale. In September 1823, being in the famous Odessa exile, the poet secretly visited Mykolaiv on a yacht. This yacht passed by Berezan. Theoretically, "The Tale of Tsar Saltan" can be considered a "metaphorical" description of this voyage.


The picturesque nature of these places, the sea air, and the beautiful panoramas of the Lagernaya Spit make this place unique. We suggest you visit this ideal place for recreation on the border of the Dnieper-Bug estuary and the Yagorlytsky bay of the Black Sea, where the plants and animals have been preserved in their original form.

Photo: sportium.com.ua


Gastronomy Tourism in Shabo

The village of Shabo is located 10 kilometers from the city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, where you can visit the European cheese factory and the SHABO Wine Culture Center. Guided degustation tours can be booked at both locations.


Photo: Sergiy Kadulin


Oleshky desert

In the cold season, there are few tourists in the reserve and the sand freezes. The desert is too cold in winter and too hot in summer. Therefore, the ideal time to visit is early spring or autumn. There are all opportunities for active recreation here. In the off-season, tourists ride ATVs. You can also rent a jeep or an enduro. And even ride off the dunes on a special board.


Photo: find-way.com.ua


Vilkovo - "Ukrainian Venice"

In winter and early spring, it is much quieter here than in the high season. You will hardly be able to go to the zero kilometer or to the islands, but you can devote time to exploring the city: book an excursion around the old part of Vilkove or visit Cilicia or Primorsk. You can also always organize a walk in the forest or along the seashore. 


Photo: ukraine-is.com


Lake Lemuria near Kherson

This place is very attractive for insta-tourists - here you can take beautiful and unique photos. The Lemurian lake is located not far from Kherson, and the water has a wonderful pink color. An ideal place for a photo session at sunrise, sunset, and at any time of the day.


Photo: drive2.com