Holiday All-Year Round
Sochi is the only Russian city located in the subtropics. More than 80% of the resort area is occupied by parks and gardens. The largest and the most beautiful park is "Arboretum". The holiday season lasts all year round in Sochi. The average summer temperature is 26,5° and the average winter temperature is 8° above zero. Clean and spacious beaches stretch for 145 km of the Black Sea coastline. There are more than 500 hotels from two star to five stars. The unique healing sulfur water, ’Macesta’ provides worldwide fame to the region. Krasnaya Polyana is the most popular ski resort in Russia. Modern hotels for more than 5000 guests were built here for the 2014Winter Olympics. There are totally 44 tracks of varying difficulty categories of overall length of 62 km. Architectural and historical monuments, natural monuments, national parks and caves, waterfalls, unique historical sites are located in the vicinity of the resort. There are more than 50 excursion programs. There is a wide range of entertainment choices for adventure-seekers: camping of any difficulty category, mountaineering and climbing, mountain biking, pot-holing, skiing, canyoning, horse riding and jeeping, trekking, rafting on mountain rivers ashore, windsurfing, diving, sailing, seaplane, jet ski on the water, paragliding, parachute jumping and host of other things in the air. The Oceanarium, dolphinariums, water parks, circus, parks with numerous exciting attractions, concert halls and theaters, nightclubs and open-air discos, specialty restaurants - everyone will find entertainment based on one’s own preference. Sochi is among the top ten Russian cities regarding cultural and business events. Numerous festivals, tours of Russian and foreign artists, world-class meetings are held in the city. During an excursion to the "Tea Houses" you will see the northernmost tea plantation. At the "Tea Houses" you can taste and buy the tea as well as acquaint yourself with the history and characteristics of this tea cultivation at the northern most point on this planet Earth.
Welcome to Sochi!