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Lemuriysʹke Ozero

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"Lemuriysʹke Ozero," also known as the Pink Lake, is a unique destination located near the village of Hryhorivka. While the road to the lake can be challenging, it is well worth the effort to reach this extraordinary place. The lake itself is not very large, measuring about 30x30 meters, but it boasts stunning pink water that is incredibly salty. Visitors describe the experience as otherworldly, with a sense of weightlessness akin to being in outer space. Near the lake, there are also mud pits that are said to have medicinal properties. Many people find great joy in the process of applying the mud to their bodies and washing it off. For those seeking cool pictures, a short walk of about a kilometer to the sea is recommended, as the landscapes there are simply incredible. Travelers who visited "Lemuriysʹke Ozero" from the Nikolaev region found the road to be good overall, although there were some potholes and gravel sections to be cautious of. They also noted the presence of amenities such as showers, fresh drinking water, toilets, gazebos, and camping areas on the lake's premises. Visitors with various skin conditions reported positive effects from the lake's water and mud, with inflammations improving and ulcers healing in a matter of days. However, it is important to manage expectations as the lake's pink color may not be as vibrant as depicted in photos. Additionally, some visitors found the road to Grigorievka to be difficult to navigate, with a slow and bumpy journey. The rental of basic wooden structures for relaxation purposes was also deemed overpriced by some. Nevertheless, the overall impression of "Lemuriysʹke Ozero" is highly positive, with visitors recommending a visit to this unique and therapeutic destination. The lake's concentrated saltwater creates a buoyant experience, ideal for even non-swimmers. The landscape is described as lunar-like, with stunning views, especially during sunset. It is advisable to bring your own fresh water for rinsing off after swimming, and to wear appropriate footwear for walking on the reed-covered shore. While there are different paths to access the lake, it is recommended to avoid using Google Maps for navigation, as it may lead you to the Ukrainian-Crimean border. For those looking for the iconic pink hue, it is suggested to visit in the summer, preferably at the end of July. Overall, "Lemuriysʹke Ozero" offers a unique and unforgettable experience amidst its otherworldly landscapes and healing properties.
Address:Kherson Oblast



the road: to Chaplynka is relatively not bad, then 21 km to Grigorievka there are many holes, do not accelerate. from Grigorievka - gravel road, you c.. Read more »
We drove from the Nikolaev region, the road is good, about 20 km. To Chaplinka there are pits and influxes are small and after 6 km. The road is cover.. Read more »
Well, not that pink. Expectations fell short of reality. In any case, at the beginning of August 2021, this "puddle" can hardly be called the Pink Lak.. Read more »
There are different paths to the lake. The road leaves much to be desired, but for the sake of such a place it is worth going. Where we were, then our.. Read more »
The lake is very hot, there is no warm water, you wash off the salt in ice water (Thank you, I'm sick). For once it will go
Great place for rest and recuperation. The water in the lake is very concentrated so that people swim, even those who were born could not swim. He tes.. Read more »
I want to highlight the accents right away. If you just want to see the Sivash - the pink sea, it is better to go from the Ivanovka side, to the Ivano.. Read more »
So it was not possible to get to the water itself, reeds are growing. Accidentally drove to the border, so when you are driving, do not use the routes.. Read more »
The geolocation of the lake is indicated near the village of Hryhorivka, but most of the photos (especially where everything seems to be in pink) were.. Read more »
Incredible lunar landscapes, but it is better to watch it at sunset, just then the water shines with incredible colors. Swimming in the lake, feeling .. Read more »
Were in August 2020. We drove through Grigorovka. The water was pink. I liked it very much. I highly recommend visiting.
Review of this place in the summer) Very cool place! The water in the lake is not saturated pink, slightly paler, but the hotter the brighter the colo.. Read more »
What is important here is when to see these lakes. In the morning and at sunset - when they change colors in one and a half to two hours, or come in t.. Read more »
It’s a pity you can’t put a minus one star ... But it basically depends on who goes there for what purpose .. we went to show the children the beauty .. Read more »
good to see. don't know what to do there more than a couple of hours. windy and sunny place.
Were here in July 2020. ;) If you are looking for picturesque landscapes, go to Lake Lemuria from the village of Ivanivka. This village is located at .. Read more »
Were here in June 2020. I really liked: - At the entrance, after purchasing a ticket, instruct - how, where, tell a local legend (such a point can not.. Read more »
This is a great place to recuperate your health and to cure skin diseases, diseases of the locomotive organs. People come here from all over Ukraine. .. Read more »
A wonderful place and a must to visit even if you are not sick with anything. Such an unusual feeling when the water completely holds you, it's worth .. Read more »