A good day should start with good things. Morning warm-up on the beach, and perhaps swimming, will give you strength to do what you want to do.
One of the key places of our trip is the Lotus Valley, located in Akhtanizovsky estuary. Leaving the car in the parking lot, you need to get on a boat, which will take us through the Cossack yerik (a special channel dug by the Cossacks) to the thickest lotuses. A little lifefhack for the pictures: It's forbidden to tear lotus flowers, but you can rip its large leaves and make them into hats in the style of Strangers, the photo looks funny 😊. I want to note that the lotus blossom season is from mid July to mid August. So, you should consider this fact when planning your trip!
Near the parking lot is a cozy dining room with hot food. Here very tasty shish kebab and tea from dried lotus leaves are served. There are also many souvenir pavilions nearby, where you can buy jam from young pine cones, cornel and the most delicious, in my opinion, - from walnuts.
Half an hour on the road, and we're at Poseidon Beach. This place is remarkable not only for its beach, but also for the mud baths. All the buildings are made in pseudo-Greek style, including the baths themselves, so there are interesting photos. Besides balneotherapy, here you can try lying in a bath with young wine or fresh beer as a bonus. There is a mini-oceanarium, a contact zoo and a tasting room on the beach.
I suggest we stop at an interesting place on the road called "Goat Khutor". The owners of the goat farm can conduct an interesting excursion around their lands, talk about all kinds of cheese and give them a taste. And also it is possible to stroke and be photographed with beautiful and tender animals!
On the way back to Krasnodar, I suggest stopping for dinner in the cafe "Sarov". Friendly owners of the cafe will not leave anyone unattended. A portion of salmon or pork, cooked on fire, with a side dish of young potatoes is large enough, and is inexpensive. This is a great option! Nearby is located Kuban bahcha, where without margins for tourists, you can buy watermelon or melon.