The resort village of Dzhubga: attractions, entertainment and recreation. What to see in Dzhubga?
Not all of us have heard of such an amazing settlement as Dzhubga. Sights of this city, unfortunately, are not included in the list of the most visited places of our country.
And, it must be said, absolutely in vain, because this resort, in addition to the unique and curative climate, can actually boast an exciting history of origin, mysterious legends and unusual objects attracting the attention of travelers not only in our country but also abroad.
This article will tell in detail about the village of Dzhubga, whose attractions and entertainment can not but become the object of close attention from future travelers. In addition, the reader will receive valuable information about geography, climate, history, legends and interesting places of the resort.
It Dzhubga, whose sights are generally modest and at first glance inconspicuous, first meets guests on the Moscow route on the way to the main resorts of the Krasnodar Territory.
The settlement is located in Tuapse region, about 60 km from Tuapse and in 110 km from Krasnodar. The urban settlement, part of the recreation area, is the closest resort to the regional center of the resort on the coast.
Here, locals and townspeople like to spend their weekend, as well as many tourists who are attracted by the natural scenery of Dzhubga, mild climate, warm sea and spacious beaches.
Geography and climate
Universal map of Dzhubga (with sights and access roads) shows that the settlement is located at the mouth of the river of the same name on the shore of the bay of the Black Sea, surrounded by mixed forests.
From Krasnodar to the village are highways (M4 and M27), both having a length of about 110 km each. The road passes through Adygeysk, Goryachy Klyuch and the Caucasian passes.
It should be noted that the beaches in the resort are sandy and sandy-pebbly. All of them are wide enough, therefore it is convenient to rest on them even by the big companies.
The climate is subtropical, Mediterranean type. In summer it is dry and hot, and the winter is warm and humid.
As a rule, autotourists, going on vacation in the village of Dzhubga, the attractions are interested no more than the availability of camping sites and caravan.
The ideal accommodation, according to many travelers, is the hostel for motorists "Zarya", offering summer houses and buildings for 700 seats (in the winter - 425).
Here, on the coast, also operates a boarding house "Dzhubga", which has its own equipped beach.
How to get to the resort
In Dzhubga there is no railway connection, and the nearest airport is located in Krasnodar. From the bus station "Krasnodar-1", located near the railway, to the village shuttle buses run. The journey takes about 2,5 hours. The cost of the ticket depends on the route (100-150 rubles).
From other cities (Tuapse, Hot Keys, Rostov, Sochi, etc.), direct bus services run. From Krasnodar, Tuapse and Hot Keys, taxis are also sent (tariffs practically do not differ from bus routes).
It is best to travel to Dzhubga by private transport, which is convenient to travel to beaches and coves. The quality of roads is good, and on the road it's easy to navigate. Only in a season it is necessary in advance to specify presence of parkings near habitation as at this time in a resort it is a lot of machines.
History of the village
Talking about the interesting places in Russia, we can not fail to mention the village of Dzhubga. Sights, excursions and trips around this city are somehow connected with its history.
And the very name of the settlement came from old times, in translation from the Adyghe language it means "valley of winds". Although there are other translations: "flat place", "the place where the fog spreads" and even "night beauty".
The village of Dzhubga was founded at the mouth of the river in 1864, after the eviction of the indigenous inhabitants - Shapsugs. The village was the headquarters of the Shapsugsky coastal battalion.
Initially, there lived about 360 people (65 families). Now on these places there is a microdistrict Stanichka. After the liquidation of the battalion in 1870, the settlement was renamed the village of Dzhubga, which later became a village.
By 1905, the village consisted of 74 courtyards of Russian peasants. The main impetus for the development of the village was the construction of the port of the Crimean-Caucasian steamship company. In the settlement there appeared customs, post office, telegraph and visiting tourists.
In 1935 years in Dzhubga a holiday home was opened. At the same time, a park was built, which is also adorned with the village today. And in 1966, the village was given the status of a resort village.
The coast of Dzhubga lies between the cape Shapsuho and the town of Hedgehog, which, according to the plan, actually looks like a prickly animal.
Inal Bay itself received its name in honor of the first Christian preacher, who appeared in the V century on the Black Sea coast. Little is known about his fate.
Features of local hotels
The choice of accommodation for vacationers is quite diverse: from the private sector to ordinary hotels and guest houses. The difference in price depends, first of all, on the level of service provided and equipment.
Private sector and hotels can be located at a distance from 300 m to 3 km from the sea. Housing near the sea should be booked in advance.
Choosing a place to stay, do not rush to pay. It is better to inspect the rooms or read reviews and photos. Cheap housing options can be found far from the coast. But even here there are advantages: silence, clean air and low prices.
What to see in Dzhubga? The city's attractions
It should be noted that the locality is more famous for its natural beauties than architecture, monuments and museums. Numerous travelers come here just to enjoy the silence, the singing of birds and the deserted coast.
True, the resort has its own water park with many different water attractions for adults and children. The entertainment complex of the same name with an area of 20 ha is located in the open air. Open water park from 10 morning to midnight, in the evening there are often held youth foam discos. Due to the heat in the afternoon, the price of tickets from 14.00 to 19.00 is slightly cheaper than in the morning. However, we can not but pay attention to the fact that in the cold season the water park does not work.
In summer, youth-entertainment activities take place on local beaches at night.
In the vicinity of the village you can see an ancient dolmen, about which many legends and mystical stories have long gone.
To make an excursion to Colonel waterfalls, on a dry beam or in the Guam gorge is recommended for active travelers. However, the organizers warn that it is worthwhile to take care of comfortable footwear and a sports uniform.
From the top of the mountain Hedgehog a picturesque panorama of the coast opens up. Here at any time of the year you can see romantic tourists and photographers hunting for stunning pictures overlooking the sunset or sunrise.
In addition, the attractions of Dzhubga, photos of which can be found in the guidebooks of the region, can not be imagined without the Museum of Wooden Sculpture, where carvings made of natural material by the local master Gzheliaka AM are exhibited. The exhibition is called "Fads of the Forest".
The beautiful legend of Dzhubga
There is a sad legend about the name of the Dzhubga River. In ancient times in these parts lived a noble shapsug, who had a beautiful daughter Dzhubgu. The father allowed the girl to walk around the garden only at night, so that no man could see her dazzling beauty. Many wooed to her, but all the grooms father refused. One day the young man made his way to the garden and stole the beauty. A couple in love disappeared into the mountains. But the father tracked them down and killed her husband, and Dzhubgu forcibly took him away. Heartbroken "night beauty" rushed from the cliff into the river, which became known as her name.
According to the ancient legend, the village of Dzhubga, whose sights are now known far beyond the borders of the region, arose after the ceasefire of the feuding Adyghe tribes. In honor of this, a feast was held, on which the elder broke the pitcher for happiness. According to his decree, a village appeared on this place, named Bzhid ("broken vessel").