Crimea presented tourism clusters at the international forum in Sochi

At the plenary session on the opening day of the international tourism forum SIFT, which takes place in Sochi, the Minister of resorts and tourism of the Republic of Crimea Vadim Volchenko spoke about the formation of five tourist and recreational clusters in the framework of the Federal target program for the development of the region. The press service of the Ministry of Health. Clusters are created in Yevpatoria, Saki, Feodosia, Leninsky and black sea regions.

Thus, in 2018, the cluster "children's rest and recovery" in Yevpatoria has already completed construction and installation work on two objects:

  • reconstruction of the streets of the tourist route of the medieval city center "Small Jerusalem",
  • reconstruction of the territory near St. Nicholas Cathedral and Juma-Jami mosque.

Within the framework of the FTP, 11.4 billion rubles were allocated from the budget to perform this task. In total, it is planned to carry out works on 13 capital construction projects in the cluster.

Also, work continues on the cluster "Medical and health recreation" (Saki), where construction and installation work on 9 capital construction projects is underway. Within the framework of the FTP, 6.5 billion rubles were allocated from the budget to perform this task. "The main recreational resources of the region are the Primorsko-steppe climate, sea water, sandy beaches, therapeutic brine and mud of Saka lake, mineral waters. This determined the importance of the city as a climatic and balneological resort. Based on the characteristics of the resort, the purpose of the cluster is to create the infrastructure of the mud resort of the Russian Federation", – said Volchenko.

According to the Minister, the Crimea also prepared 29 investment sites for the creation of campsites in Alushta, Yevpatoria, Feodosia, Sudak, Razdolnensky, black sea, Saka and Leninsky districts.


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