These places look as if they were made especially for harmonious rest. Not without reason here was the Czar Health resort.
Eco-resort “Letnyaya Zolotitsa” is an island among the taiga with natural borders –river, stream, sea. The White Sea. Pines. Sandy beaches, juniper fields, stone fields. Forest with relict trees, ant-hills as high as human and outlandish plants. Mushrooms, berries. Forest lakes. No industry. Crystal clear air. The silence of primordial nature. Clear spring water. The snow of inexpressible whiteness. The total absence of highways, industrial and other polluters.
The tremendous energy, and it is not by chance. First, in 40 km there are Solovki and Anzer island - the Russian Golgotha. Secondly, numerous traces of late Stone Age - labyrinths, seids, barrows - special "places of force" are found here.
Despite its remote location, “the White Sea House” offers the most interesting tours in nonconventional touristic sphere all the year round.
There is a possibility of any excursions to any island of Solovetsky archipelago with the unique complex of sights, to Kuzova archipelago with the traces of legendary Hyperboreya, to lakes with unscared fish, to the places that white whales have chosen for giving birth and nursing their breed, and to Êonyukhova inlet, where the ringed seals sunbathe on stones, and it is possible to catch a plaice with the help of... legs!.. Our hovercraft "Ìarina" and amphibious vehicles "ARGO" will provide an opportunity of trips.
Every year during 3 weeks in March the Wildlife Discovery Club organizes visits to white-coat seals, the new-born harp seal pups in their natural surroundings. And you may not just watch – you can palm them, take pictures. Their mothers – wild animals! – allow that, if they do not feel aggression. The feeling is fantastic!
Situated not far from “Letnyaya Zolotitsa” there are the weather-worn Chesmensky lighthouse that resembles a medieval castle; the famous Zhizhginsky lighthouse, 1842, the French lighthouse on Zhuzhmuy island, 1871. In the nearest surroundings the sites dated 2000 B.C. were discovered in the villages of Pushlakhta, Letnyaya Zolotitsa, Letniy Navolok, and on the Paraninsky stream.