Without a foreign passport and a visa, but not to the Crimea: where to go to the sea in summer
You can also swim and sunbathe in the Far East, for example, in the Sea of Japan: the beach season opens in mid-July, when the water warms up to +21 ℃. The most accessible recreation areas are located in the vicinity of Vladivostok – Shamora Bay in the picturesque Ussuri Bay, framed by wooded capes, Pogranichnaya Bay with emerald water and white sand, and the famous Glass Bay, the coast of which is strewn with pieces of multi-colored glass. Far from big cities, there are wild and hard-to-reach beaches that amaze with fantastic landscapes – Yezhovaya, Petrov and Triozerye bays. The Pacific coast with high waves is a paradise for surfers.
3. Kaliningrad Region
Fine light sand, calm sea and developed infrastructure — the beaches of the Curonian Spit in the Kaliningrad region are rightfully considered the best in Russia. The widest and most comfortable beaches in the region are in the town of Yantarny: in 2016, one of them even received the Blue Flag for impeccable cleanliness. But in Zelenogradsk and Svetlogorsk, only a narrow strip of sand stretches along the sea. The most beautiful beach is in the village of Donskoye. Here you can swim at the foot of a high steep bank, overgrown with pine forests.
The season on the Baltic Sea is short: the water warms up properly only by the end of July – beginning of August and cools down in mid-September. In the shallow Curonian Lagoon, you can swim longer, sometimes already from the middle of May. /f550x700/9s/ka/9skarpl7cv8ks848404c8g0s4.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>