Karavan Sarai Salachik
The forested Iosofatova Valley beneath the Chufut-Kale plateau hides a breathtaking and spooky sight. Thousands of moss-covered...
Ten years ago Crimean Tatar handicrafts were on the verge of extinction, but Ayshe Osmanova resolved to rescue her people's culture from...
Rising 200m, this long and bluff plateau houses a honeycomb of caves and structures where people took refuge for centuries. It's...
Visiting the Khan
Not all Crimean Tatars are teetotal, despite being Muslim, and the sociable owner of this pleasant, casual restaurant can often be seen...
Lonely Planet review
Hookah pipes replace alcohol at this restaurant, in which individual gazebos with low Turkish-style seating (or topchans ) are dotted across a landscaped lawn. There are all the usual Crimean Tatar dishes, including sheker keyeks (a little bit like traditional Turkish baklava) for dessert.