The desert coast. Rare birches stand out among pine forests. Strawberries, sand, boulders and, of course, the Gulf of Finland. It's a nice start to the day.
Another hiding place on the south coast. In addition to a fairly clean beach, here you can find a Soviet secret base, where submarines were fueled. Now the place is more like a ruin, on which you can climb and admire the view carefully.
Lunch in Kronstadt. Strong coffee and a variety of desserts. Responsive and responsive staff.
The road to the estate of the hero of Russian realism goes through a deciduous forest and a small pond. The artist himself grew a garden here, built a pergola, a well, reconstructed his house in parts. It turned out to be a pretty private place. A funny tambourine at the entrance to the house to notify the owner of the arrival of guests. Repin's workshop occupied the second floor of the veranda. The tomb of the painter is also within walking distance.
On the beach we are met by sculptures from the 60s. It's amazing that nothing has changed here since then, but it looks modern. Pure sand, Baltic pines. Through the "seagulls" we look into the sea distance.
Summer terrace. The smell of pines, you can hear the Gulf of Finland. The menu is not limited to pizza, there are Japanese and Russian cuisine.