Unforgettable landscapes, salty sea winds, steep cliffs and cozy bays meet those who arrive on the Russky Island named so in honor of those Russians who broke new ground.
One can swim and fish, dive and wander along the picturesque forest slopes on the Russky Island. Obligatory occupation here is a visit to the famous Voroshilov Battery built in the 1930s to protect against the Japanese fleet. A unique coastal artillery battery with two three-story underground towers, where ammunition depots, residential and technical premises were located, could withstand an air bomb weighing one ton! Now it has a museum with the exposition "Russky Island-Artillery”. One can get to the Russky Island by the Russky Bridge, the largest cable-stayed bridge in the world with a central span of 1104 meters. It was put into operation in 2012. There is a fourlaning traffic on the bridge. In sunny weather it opens a completely breathtaking view!