Tourism and health resort treatment
Crimea combines favourable climatic conditions, unique natural phenomena, age-old historical and cultural heritage.
In 2017, 5.4 million people visited the Republic of Crimea, and in 9 months of 2018 is more than 6 million. This year, the most popular has been the Western coast of the region, namely the city of Yevpatoria, Saki district, Chernomorsky and Razdolnensky districts.
The length of the coastline is 900 km, half of the distance is suitable for beach holidays. During the summer season, more than 400 beaches are available for recreation.
Mineral waters, therapeutic muds, beaches, warm climate, wide variety of landscapes, maritime and mountain air is favorable to health-resort recreation.

In the Republic of Crimea, there are almost 800 health resorts and Spa hotels with health resort treatment or other health treatments with a capacity of 157 thousand seats.
According to the level of service, it can be selected a boarding houses "Mriya Resort & SPA", "Crimean breeze", "Palmira palace", "Respect Halls", "Porto Mare".

There are about 500 tourist companies working in the Crimea, 90 of them are registered in the Federal register. The transition to cluster development of the health resort and tourism sectors of the economy will allow the formation of 6 tourist and recreational clusters in Yevpatoria, Saki, Koktebel, in the villages of Kurortnoe, Olenevka and Bakhchysarai district with the appropriate infrastructure.
For investment activities in the region, there is a wide range of state support and a large selection of investment platforms. Only in 2017, the industry provided support in the amount of 1.2 billion rubles. Key areas: creation of tourist clusters, infrastructure development, development of tourist products, training. About 120 investment projects worth 62 billion rubles are being implemented in the Republic of Crimea, mainly involving the creation of new hotels, health-resort facilities, rest homes and campsites.

Priorities for investment
Construction and development:
"luxury" hotels
"all inclusive" hotels
campsite networks
Areas of tourism:
cultural and cognitive