The Ukraine coastline is 2,782 kilometres long and offers a variety of landscapes washed by the Black Sea and Azov Sea. The coastline begins at the Danube river delta on the Romanian border. From there you can enjoy a string of coastal lakes, sand beaches and ruins of ancient settlements. Further along, Crimea offers a near-idyllic climate and dramatic mountains rising up behind the shoreline. Beaches become pebbled. Further north you can see huge vineyards sprawled across the semi-arid coastal areas, then miles of windswept steppes with an occasional brine lake or mud volcano. For the tourist, the openness and warmth of the Ukrainian people is unmistakable. After years of isolation, Ukraine's people are as curious about you, as you are about them. For the traveler there has been no better time to experience first hand the impact that Soviet style communism has left on this Nation of 48 million, and at the same time witness a most profound moment in history.
Regions in Ukraine
The territory of Crimea was conquered and controlled many times throughout its history. The Cimmerians, Greeks, Persians, Goths, Huns, Bulgars, Khazar... READ MORE
Polesia is one of the largest European swampy areas, located in the south-western part of the Eastern-European Lowland, mainly within Belarus and Ukra... READ MORE
Administratively, Sevastopol is a municipality excluded from the surrounding Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The territory of the municipality is 863.5... READ MORE
Zaporizhia Oblast is an oblast (province) of southern Ukraine. Its capital is Zaporizhia. This oblast is an important part of Ukraine's industry and ... READ MORE