The villages of Transcarpathia

Shayan village-resort capital of Khust

Due to the fact that the resort village of Shayan is almost surrounded by the slopes of the Carpathians, it has a unique microclimate, which is characterized by almost complete absence of wind. The main wealth of Shayan is the sources of mineralized silicon hydrocarbonatnonatryevoy water (such as "Borjomi" and " Vichy-Celeston»)

Krasia ski resort

Krasiya ski resort is a favorite place of recreation for Uzhhorod residents and guests of the region. It is located in the village of Vyshka, in the district of Velikiye Luki, at a distance of 65 kilometers from Uzhgorod.

Dragobrat ski resort

The popular Dragobrat ski resort is located at a distance of 18 kilometers from Yasin. It is listed in the book of records of Ukraine as the highest sports facility in the country (height of 1450 meters). The base is located in the eponymous tract on the North-Eastern slope of the Svidovets ridge at the foot of Stog mountain (1707 meters) and Bliznitsa massif (1883 meters), at the junction of coniferous forests and the Alpine zone. Thanks to its unique location, where the horseshoe mountains protect the Dragobrat tract, a unique microclimate has been formed here, which is almost ideal for skiing. The season runs from November to may, and in 1993 it lasted until July 15.

Village resort Pigeon

It was near Golubin in 1878 that the counts of Schoenborn began to extract water from the springs "Margit", "Luga-erzhebet"and" Pannonia-jofia". In those days, this water was used to treat diseases of the upper respiratory tract, intestines, kidneys and gall bladder, as well as diabetes.

Izki ski resort

The village of Izki is located along the road from Volovets to Mezhgorye, just behind the village of Pilipets. It has a population of just over 800 people. Once the village of Pilipets was not a separate locality, but was a part of Izok

The village-resort of solochin

The village of solochin in svalyavsky district was first mentioned in 1430. The village has a population of 1250 inhabitants. It stretches between the mountains of Kraha and Tetanic. The name of the village alludes to the saline soil rich in mineral waters. There are more than a dozen springs near the village. For example, at the foot of mount Tesanik there is a hydrogen sulfide spring, and in The belasovitsa tract there is a source of "Volkov kvas", named after the name of the owner of this source in the Austro-Hungarian period, when local water was traded throughout the Empire.