Экскурсионные Resorts, Cities and Tourist Locations
Saint Helier (French language: Saint-Hélier, Jèrriais: St Hélyi) is one of the twelve parishes of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands in the English Channel. St. Helier is the capital of the Island (although Government House is situated in St. Saviour). Saint Helier is named for Helier (or Helerius), a 6th century ascetic hermit. The traditional date of his martyrdom is AD 555. His feast day, marked by an annual municipal and ecumenical pilgrimage to the Hermitage, is on July 16. Saint Helier is located in the south of Jersey on the bank of a small gulf.
Aegina is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece in the Saronic Gulf, 27 km from Athens. The capital with the same name Aegina. The beaches are also a popular tourist attraction. Aghia Marina - the biggest organised sandy beach on the island with shallow water. You can hire sunbeds with umbrellas, paddle boats and canoes or play volley in the water! There are various places on the beach where you can drink your Greek coffee, eat delicious food or listen to great music. This beach is ideal for families with kids. Aiginitissa Beach - organised sandy beach located in the beautiful large bay of Aiginitissa, surrounded by huge trees, on the road to the village of Perdika. Popular bay for yachts and the place to be for young people during the summer holidays. Avra Beach located in Aegina town on the left side of the Hill of Kolona and ,any others.
Baku (Azerbaijani: Bakı), sometimes known as Baqy, Baky, Baki or Bakou, is the capital, the largest city, and the largest port of Azerbaijan and all the Caucasus. Located on the southern shore of the Absheron Peninsula, the city consists of two principal parts: the downtown and the old Inner City (21.5 ha). Baku is one of the oldest and biggest cities in East for antiquity, territory and population. Baku is divided into eleven administrative districts (Azizbayov, Binagadi, Garadagh, Narimanov, Nasimi, Nizami, Sabail, Sabunchu, Khatai, Surakhany and Yasamal). he city center is in style of amphitheatre, has an access to the sea from both sides. The city was built in right-angled direction. Streets are narrow and crooked in Icheri Sheher (Old City). There are Absheron resort and beaches in the city. Absheron is located in 28 m lower than world ocean level, summer is hot and winter is mild here.
Plan de Corones, in German Kronplatz, is a high mountain of the Alps 2.275 metres s.l.m. It is on the south of Val Pusteria,in Alto Adige, 3 kilometres to South of Brunico. The origin of the massif with shape of panettone, whose higher point calls Spitzhörnle, is volcanic. Panoramic site, it offers a spectacular sight on the surrounding mountains, of the Dolomites (the most faraway visible mountain is the Marmolada) up to the tops of the Alps in Val Venosta.
The Ukrainian Carpathians is a mountainous range in western Ukraine stretching along four counties: Zakarpatska, Ivano-Frankivska, Lvivska and Chernivetska. The Carpathian region borders Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland. It is here in the Ukrainian Carpathians where the geographic center of Europe is located. The Ukrainian Carpathians cover the area of 24 thous. sq.km. The length from the Upper Sian to the issue of the Suchava accounts for 280 km, the width is about 100 km. The absolute heights of the mountain system change from 120-400 m near the foothills to 500-800 m in the intermontane ravines and 1500-2000 m along the main ranges. The Carpathian lowland and mountain parts are represented by the mountain massifs of the Eastern Beskydy, Horhany and Pokutsko-Bukovynsky Carpathians. Lowlands and ravines of the Vododilna-Verkhovynska area form the central zone of the mountains. Behind them there is an orographic core of the Polonyno-Chornohorsky Carpathians that include the highest peak of the Ukrainian Carpathians - Mt. Hoverla (2061m). Next to the southern west the ancient Rakhivsko-Chyvchynskyi crystal massif has been preserved. The development of the region has been heavily influence by the many cultures of the different countries which through the ages have called the Carpathians their own, like the Galicia-Volyn principality, Rzeczpospolita, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Western Ukrainian People’s Republic, Poland and the Soviet Union, all of them representing an important milestone in the history of the area. Ecologists maintain that the Carpathians remain a place where the rivers and the air are uniquely clean and clear. The tourists, who have visited this region, will tell you many fascinating stories about the historical places, unique museums, splendid nature, and surely the hospitality of the locals. Naturally, seeing is believing! So it is recommended that one see for themselves how beautiful and unique the Carpathians are rather then depend on the assumptions of others. So we welcome you to have a trip to the Carpathians offering their guests any type of rest in any season. You may choose a historic, recreation or extreme program to enjoy the Carpathians