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Rosturizm recommends: stay in Dagestan


Stay in Dagestan — a promising tourist destination that you want to develop assured in tourism. Wellness and sightseeing tours, active, ski and beach holidays on the Northern Caucasus will be interesting and convenient for travelers from the Russian Federation, especially given the lack of beach resorts directly on the territory of Russia.

In the Federal tourism Agency noted that the coast of the Caspian sea region are a great reserve for the Russian tourism — a warm clean sea, gently sloping shorelines and broad, sandy beaches offer excellent conditions for a quality family holiday. The only question which requires solution is the lack of tourist infrastructure in most parts of the Caspian coast. This problem plan to solve at the expense of investment and subsidies — the development of the new field of Russian tourism interest not only to the state but to private investors.

For example, work is continuing on a new year-round ski resort in Chechnya — “Veduchi”, the opening of which was scheduled for the winter season 2015-2016 as well as the winter resorts “Arches” and “Elbrus”.

Many interesting attractions, ancient city and fortress, amazing traditions and customs of the Caucasus combined with breathtakingly beautiful scenery, clean mountain air, healing mineral springs and healing mud resorts.

More than half of the coastal strip of the Caspian coast  — it's sandy beaches. The duration of the bathing season in Dagestan is about 120 days a year, the average temperature of the sea water — 21°C.

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Date of publication: 21.03.2016

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