Latest photos of Yevpatorian beaches came into the disposal of QHA. Photos taken by local residents confirm data from statistics on the reduction of the tourists flow in the peninsula.

Notably, the tourist flow in the Crimea at the beginning of the season in 2017 fell by 15-20%. The occupying authorities of the peninsula recognized that tourists are scared off by the current level of prices, as well as the dynamics of their growth. Over two years life in the Crimea has risen in price by 50%.

Recently, photos of the empty beaches in the Crimean city of Alushta also appeared on the Internet.

Earlier, QHA reported that in 2017, the Russian-occupied Crimea which earlier had leading position of the TOP-20 most popular tourist requests in the Russian segment of the Google search engine slid to the 14th place.