I promised to tell you about the places where you can come to rest with tents. Naturally, I will not pretend to fully list all the places on the Black Sea coast, but I will list only those where I was personally.
I say right away that we will only talk about the coast of the Krasnodar Territory, since somewhere in the Crimea with a tent I was only in Fox Bay. Well, and usually we go to the area from Divnomorsk to Arkhipo-Osipovka, because there is less civilization than in the Sochi area, and the road does not pass nearby. You can also go with a tent on the Oka, if you don't want to go far from Moscow.
The content of the article
- one Advantages of a savage holiday on the Black Sea
- 2 Disadvantages of camping at sea
- 3 Map of places to rest on the sea in tents
- 4 List of places from west to east
Advantages of a savage holiday on the Black Sea
- free, or very budget when it comes to camping
- you can come and go at any time
- you can live in nature, in a pine forest or right on the seashore
- significantly fewer people on the beach than in the resort city
- the ability to sunbathe topless, someone is relevant
- the ability to burn a fire and eat food cooked on it
Disadvantages of camping at sea
- lack of civilization in the form of a toilet, a shower, if we are not talking about camping
- lack of a shop, cafe and other establishments
- sometimes lack of water
- entry into the water is usually worse than on city beaches.
For me, the pros greatly outweigh the cons, so I prefer a savage vacation. In general, it will be necessary to write an article-an ode about resting with tents somehow, because I no longer rest in another way, it seems to me.
Although, if we were talking about a civilized vacation, then I would choose to rent a hotel, and not a private summer-type housing (some kind of shack), when it is not at all clear what you are paying for. If it’s a civilization, then it’s normal, and if without it, then it’s better in a tent. Well, in my opinion. In general, if you decide, I recommend RoomGuru, where you can compare hotel prices in all existing booking systems at once. Not only is the hotel base the largest, but the prices of different bookings can differ by 1.5-2 times..
Map of places to rest on the sea in tents
You can zoom in and see on a satellite map, the places are indicated exactly. The places between Praskoveevka and Divnomorskoe are the most familiar to me.
List of places from west to east
In 2015, I visited Kabardinka and something I did not like there at all in terms of wild recreation. Visited camping Sail and he is not, they say, much better in the Juniper Grove camping, but I drove past it, so I don't know how it is inside, but it is located right in the city and from the sea through the main street. Doubtful somehow.
Near camping Pine grove
Most of all I like the place next to the Pine Grove camping (there is also the Blue Abyss camping nearby, I always confuse them), since now they have made more or less good stairs there for descending from the mountain to a wild beach, and because there is a stream with fresh water ... On one side of the stream there is a campsite, and on the other there is a glade where you can get up for free. It takes no more than an hour to go to Divnomorsk, along a good road. It is most convenient to get there on foot. And as the experience of 2011 showed, you can also drive up there by car.
Between Pine Grove and Dzhanhot
If you go from the Pine Grove camping site towards Dzhanhot, there will be one more place for parking, with the water there is worse, in the spring it was, in the summer I don’t know. And there will also be the Blue Abyss camp along the way, you can stop there too.
Between Dzhanhot and Praskoveevka
The next parking lots are located between Dzhanhot and Praskoveevka. There are about 3 parking lots.
The first parking lot is located 30 minutes walk along the beach, then another one in 10 minutes. The second has water - a stream that flows in summer, a good choice. There used to be Robinson, a local bum, a lover of camping on the sea. Not so long ago he was expelled. The third parking lot has another 20 minutes to go.
Between Krinitsa and Betta
Wild beaches of Krinitsa, walk along the coast towards Betta, and there is a nice field with a line where you can get up, but there is no water. True, it is close to the village on the asphalt, 20-30 minutes.
Camping Pine Paradise
Camping Pine Paradise - to the right of Arkhipo-Osipovka. Not a wild place, but a campsite, but good too. In the same area, there are 5 more campgrounds nearby, including the well-known Nazarov Dacha camping site, as well as several wild parking lots, where you can drive up by car. In fact, the entire right side (if you stand facing the sea) is camping and wild places, there is a choice. Moreover, you can get up with a tent not in the campsite, but go down to the sea where the campsite is. There are several descents.
Rock Kiseleva, located a little short of Tuapse. A beautiful place, but popular in the summer. There is where to park the car, good beaches, stunning rock, fresh water is questionable. Here is more about him - Kiselev rock
Camping in Ashe
After Tuapse, the entire coastal strip is heavily built up and is not very suitable for wild recreation at sea in tents. But there are campsites. One of them we liked very much, it is a campsite in Ashe, next to the river. More precisely, there are 2 campings - one between the asphalt and the railway, and the second is right on the seashore, 50 meters from it, this rarely happens. Here I recommend the coastal one, it's a pity only there is not enough space in it - camping in Ashe.
Separately, I would like to say about the places on the Taman Peninsula, where we visited in 2011. I do not know if they are suitable for a long rest, but it was very nice to drive there. The most important thing is a very small number of people. But the sea is specific there. Photos and story here - Martian landscapes of the Taman Peninsula.
If you are already going to the sea for camping or just with a tent, then take a look at the generalized list of things, come in handy.
P.S. That's all about a savage vacation on the Black Sea. Anything to add? Write in the comments!