Autonomous Republic of Crimea
Here you can admire pubescent oak forests with areas of Greek juniper (Juniperus excels) and Cyprus turpentine tree (Pistacia mutica), forests of Crimean pine (Pinus nigra), Рinus kochiana Klotsch (near Gurzuf) in combination with European red pine (Pinus sylvestris) and typical beech forests, occupying plane areas, as well as relict forests with Greek juniper. At the top of the elevated plain there are peculiar meadow steppes, which are replaced by groups of shrubs on steep slopes, and by meadows in karst depressions
Warning! The reserve is located in the territory of Crimea, occupied by the troops of the Russian Federation since 2014. International organizations have declared the occupation and annexation of Crimea illegal, condemned Russia's actions and imposed sanctions against it. Crimea is Ukraine! See you after the liberation of the peninsula from the aggressor.