Japanese garden in the Aivazovskoye park

Aivazovskoye Park

Japanese garden in the Aivazovskoye park
by Sanatorium Aivazovskoye
On the steep slopes of Partenitskaya Valley, between the Cape Plaka and the Cape Tepeler, in Partenit, stretches the Aivazovskoye Park, a pearl in the necklace of Crimean sights. The Aivazovskoye Park, a monument of garden art, is rightfully considered to be one of the most modern and beautiful gardens in Europe. The great variety of flora, the healing sea air, and the low humidity create a unique microclimate favorable to the treatment of respiratory, circulatory, and nervous system diseases throughout the year.

Discovering Paradise

South Crimea
All year
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In this heavenly place, unofficially named, Paradise Park, the composition of the greenery is chosen so that visitors can enjoy the blossoms all year round.

The park’s treasures are exotic species of vegetation, brought in from various parts of the world. The territory is decorated with Atlas cedars, giant sequoia, Numidian and Greek firs, Italian and Aleppo pines, cork oaks, strawberry trees, magnolias, and many other plants.

Mountain streams and natural hills are decorated with waterfalls and colonnades and statues. Gardens with figures of ancient gods, heroes, and nymphs set a romantic mood. The park offers different gardens.

In the park “Aivazovskoye”, history is intertwined with modernity, here myths and legends come alive. The park is artistic, natural, and mystical. You will definitely want to come back here again, walk along skillfully made paths, inhale the aroma of the sea, and contemplate the beautiful views opening from the snow-white pavilions.

View of the Aivazovskoye Park
View of the Aivazovskoye Park by Sanatorium Aivazovskoye
Stairs in the Aivazovskoye park Paternit
Stairs in the Aivazovskoye park Paternit by Irina Sharapova

The Art Nouveau garden

The Art Nouveau garden features flowing lines, asymmetrical flowerbeds, and winding paths.

The Japanese garden

The Japanese garden is characterized by the waterfall, the spring, and stream to which it gives rise, the lake, hills, built up from earth excavated from the basin for the lake, islands, bridges, and the natural guardian stones.

The Mexican garden

The Mexican garden is a fragment of the pre-Columbian American landscape. Huge, octopus-like agaves attract attention here.

The Spring garden

The Spring garden is small, stony with tulips, daffodils, violets, daisies, forget-me-nots, and magnolias. Flora, the goddess of spring flowers, takes center stage here.

The Fragrances garden

The garden of fragrances is laid out along the road leading to the beach. Here are planted essential oil plants and fragrant spicy herbs, the aroma of which improves the mood and well-being.

The Terrace garden

The Terrace garden, on the waterfront, is a modern version of the Hanging Gardens of Semiramis. Exotic vegetation is planted here. This garden symbolizes the medieval era in the history of Partenit.

Olive grove

The Olive grove is the main attraction of the park. It’s an antique olive grove that was planted in the middle of the 17th century and later belonged to the Raevsky family.

To the memory
Some places are devoted to the history of Taurida (Crimean's ancient name), Alexander Pushkin, Ivan Aivazovsky, and peoples of Crimea.

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