Rybachiy Peninsula is the northernmost part of Russia, located on the Lapland coast of the Arctic Ocean. It actually consists of two peninsulas: the actual Rybachiy and Sredniy. They are connected by a small isthmus about a kilometer long. And very often, unless special specifications are required, both peninsulas are called by the same name - Rybachiy. You can choose to visit any of the 2 peninsulas.
Excursions to choose from:
1. Rybachy peninsula: to Cape Nemetsky, the northernmost lighthouse of the continental European part of Russia, and also around the Vaida-Guba to the cape of Kekursky, Kyi littoral, and others.
2. Around the peninsula Sredniy, with a stop on the "Red Stones", the most beautiful place on the peninsula, to the natural monument "Two Brothers", to the place of the legendary battery of Panachevny, 152-mm artillery guns.