When most people plan a beachside holiday, Russia is probably the last country they think of. This is a shame, because on its vast shoreline lay many hidden gems, and Khalaktyrsky Beach is one of them. Being located on Kamchatka’s eastern coast means that Khalaktyrsky Beach is as remote as it gets, but that also means that its pristine black volcanic sands remain virtually untouched by the likes of tourists and visitors. Aside from its natural beauty, the Khalaktyrsky’s main attraction are its amazing waves, which make it a world-class surfing spot, with conditions being excellent year round.
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