In Kerch, a list of beaches planned for the opening of the holiday season has been approved (and it starts tomorrow and will last until September).
«Official» beaches of Kerch:
- Beach No. KE-3 «Geroevka» (shoreline near the village of Geroevskoye);
- Beach No. KE-4 «Moskovsky» (Moskovskaya St.);
- Beach No. KE-5 «Nimfey» (coastal strip in the area of the Arshintsevskaya Spit);
- Beach No. KE-6 «City Beach No. 1» (the coastline in the area of the Arshintsevskaya Spit).
In addition, according to the list provided, the Kerch inspection department of the Center for GIMS of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in the Republic of Crimea identified the following places for unorganized recreation of people on the water, dangerous places for swimming:
68 coastal strip along the boarding houses «Dolphin» and «Priboy», located in the tract «Mayak», the area of the village. Podmayachny — landslide zone, strong multidirectional currents; the coast of the Kerch Strait near the village 68 along the street. Kolkhozny city of Kerch — landslide zone; the coast of the Kerch Strait in the area of ul. Nizhneprimorskaya; recreation area on the street. Smorzhevsky — landslide zone; recreation area «Turtle» on the street. Kirov — storm drain on the territory; recreation area «Duck» in the area of st. Embankment (end of the city embankment) — ship’s passage in 20 meters from the coastline; city embankment in front of the house No. 1 at st. Embankment (popularly called «Three steps»); unfinished water station located opposite the village 15 on the street. Admiralteisky proezd — private territory, the ban on swimming is controlled by the owner; the coast of the Kerch Strait in the area of st. Black Sea — landslide zone, bank protection work is currently underway; the coast in the area of u200bu200brecreation centers and boarding houses in the village of Geroevskoye; the coast on the Arshintsevskaya Spit — strong currents.
The city administration urges everyone to refrain from swimming in these areas, in order to avoid injury or death. Note that there are almost three times more “forbidden” zones than “official” beaches.