Comprehensive civil development of the district of Balaklava Bay as an international tourism center
Balaklava, its bay and surroundings have an amazing variety of natural conditions, rich in historical and cultural heritage, which creates a huge tourist and recreational potential, which is currently significantly underestimated and undeveloped. Currently, according to preliminary estimates, the Balaklava Municipal District is visited annually by more than 440 thousand guests, while this number can reach 1 million people. The uniqueness of the bay and the beauty of the surrounding seascapes, taking into account the underdevelopment of the Black Sea, makes Balaklava a huge attraction for the development of various areas of tourism, including yachting. An important condition for development of the district is to create a comfortable urban environment and new jobs for residents.
The project is being implemented in pursuance of subparagraph b of paragraph 3 of the list of instructions of the President of the Russian Federation of October 13, 2016 No. Pr-1970GS following the meeting of the Presidium of the State Council of the Russian Federation on September 15, 2016 and paragraph 3 of the list of instructions of the President of the Russian Federation of September 7, 2017 No. Pr-1772 based on the results of a working trip to Sevastopol on August 18-20, 2017.
The project provides for:
I. Construction marina vessels 600 from 6 to 75 m, including:
II. Implementation of off-budget investment projects with a total investment of about 14 billion rubles, including the establishment of:
construction / reconstruction of hydraulic structures and improvement of the embankment;
- construction / reconstruction of engineering networks, including the construction of local treatment facilities;
- dnoochischenie / dredging Balaklavskaya bay;
- reconstruction or restoration of two buildings, etc .;
- improvement of a single pedestrian promenade and surrounding territories.
Which will result in:
recreational and hotel areas;
- ship repair complex;
- multipurpose public-shopping center with a park area;
- cable cars.
Head of the priority project: Tamara Gayvoronskaya, head of the priority project of the Department of Economic Development of the city of Sevastopol.
Project curator: Litovko Maria Alexandrovna, Deputy Governor - Chairman of the Government of Sevastopol.
Functional Customer: Department of Economic Development of Sevastopol.
creation of new jobs;
- creating a comfortable urban environment;
- increase in tourist flow up to 1,000 thousand people per year by 2030;
- an increase in placements in Balaclava;
- improving the environmental situation in Balaclava;
- the creation of a tourist and recreational cluster of yacht tourism, which will include not only the marina in Balaklava, but also the entire yacht infrastructure of the region and the Crimean peninsula;
- development of inbound and outbound tourism.