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Azov Sea

Rest on the Azov Sea

Geographical Position of the Azov Sea

The Azov Sea itself is an inland body of water that washes the shores of the Crimean Peninsula, the coast of the Zaporozhye and Donetsk regions, the Rostov region and part of the Krasnodar Territory. There are no forests on the coast of the Azov Sea, mostly steppes, in some places there are floodplains and estuaries. The shores of the Azov Sea are gently sloping sandy-shell beaches or steep ledges consisting of yellow loams. The coastline gently bends, only in some places long sandy spits protrude into the sea, which are one of the typical features of Azov.

The Sea of Azov is shallow, the maximum depth is about fourteen meters, and depths of less than five meters occupy more than half of its area. The length of the Azov Sea from west to east is about four hundred kilometers, from north to south - about two hundred, the total length of the coastline is more than two and a half thousand kilometers. The Sea of Azov has long been known for its fish resources. A large number of different fish species live in the sea - beluga, sturgeon, stellate sturgeon, pike perch, pilengas, Azov goby, and herring is found in the Kerch Strait, which connects the Azov Sea with the Black Sea.

Rest on the Azov Sea

The holiday season on the Azov Sea begins in May and lasts until the end of September, since the Sea of Azov is the warmest not only in Ukraine, but almost all over the world. The climate of the Azov Sea is temperate continental; the features of the sea are traced. Low humidity and weak winds make it easy to endure the summer heat, and the steppe and sea air with a high content of iodine, as well as the healing water of the Azov Sea warmed by the sun, have a positive effect on the health of vacationers, especially children. The weather on the coast of the Azov Sea creates favorable conditions for a good rest at sea, taking sun, air and sea baths. Of course, the Azov coast is not as picturesque as the Black Sea, but there are many places for an interesting vacation on Azov.

The Azov Sea is shallow, warm, of shallow depth, rich in its biological content. The Azov Sea captivates everywhere with its unique beauty, its irresistible charm and huge attractive force are felt everywhere. Any person who has visited the Sea of Azov will forever have a memory of its discreet, but soul-stirring beauty. The Azov Sea is a peculiar and remarkable body of water in many respects.

Therapeutic Factors of the Azov Sea

The Azov Sea is rich in healing factors that allow it to develop in the medical and resort direction. The air saturated with healing elements such as bromine and iodine, as well as the aroma of herbs from neighboring steppes, is very useful in the prevention and treatment of respiratory diseases, the unique mud of the Azov coast is indispensable in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, and the warm climate of the Azov Sea and temperate solar radiation made Azov a great place for sunbathing and sandbathing. In addition, on the coast of the Azov Sea there are sources of underground sodium chloride and iodine-bromine mineral waters used in the treatment of many diseases in the sanatoriums of the Azov Sea.