Sochi’s Black Sea Beach
One of the charms, and (biggest surprises to foreigners) of Sochi is the miles and miles of Black Sea Coastline which can be found here. And it is only minutes from, Krasnaya Polyana (the wintertime playground for wealthy Russians and skiing enthusiasts).
This is what makes Sochi is a special, unique place. Here at the so-called ‘Russian Riviera’, visitors can enjoy two different seasons at the same time and do not have to choose between a beach or skiing holiday. In late spring, snow-capped mountains make for perfect skiing conditions while the sea by the Black Sea Beach is still warm enough for a relaxing dip.
Just minutes away from the pleasures of the Black Sea Beach, visitors can find five star accommodation in Sochi which offers guests every comfort and amenity they could desire. Guests can unwind in the spa, work up a sweat in their rooms or enjoy the on-site bar and restaurant.
Beach life in Sochi
After a dip in the sea at the Black Sea Beach, visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the promenade, eating ice creams and candyfloss while spotting famous Russians trying to blend in to the crowd and dipping in and out of the charming shops dotted along the way.
For a more active day, there is scuba diving, windsurfing, yachting, fishing, sailing or even spear-fishing to try.
The Radisson Hotel, Rosa Khutor
With so many internal events planned in Sochi and its increasing popularity with Russian holidaymakers, getting around Sochi has never been easier.
Visitors can easily go from sunning themselves on the Black Sea Beach to breathing fresh, cool mountain air at 1700 meters above ground at the Khmelevsky Lakes or enjoying the slopes near the Radisson Hotel, Rosa Khutor in the heart of Krasnaya Polyana.