The southernmost region of Ukraine washed by the Black Sea. It includes the south of mainland Ukraine and the Crimean Peninsula. A land where shipping, tourism, and sailing are developing. The favourable climate in Tavria allows for growing crops unusual for the rest of Ukraine: cherries, watermelons, peaches, figs, and grapes. Numerous reservoirs and reeds on the region's mainland have become nesting sites for migratory birds. Dzharylhach, the largest island in the Black Sea, lies in Karkinitska Bay. And in the southeastern corner of the Dnipro Estuary, the Stanislav-Adzhygol Lighthouse, the highest in Ukraine, illuminates the coastline every night. Tavria owns the second-largest sand massif in Central and Eastern Europe, the Oleshkivski Pisky National Nature Park.
Dzharylhach is the biggest uninhabited island in Ukraine. It has a prolonged shape just like a natural wave cutter. This quite and primeval corner of Tavriya is perfect for camping and tenting.