Slepikovskiy Cape is located about 29 km north of Kholmsk. It got its name after the famous partisan unit leader – B.V. Grotto-Slepikovskiy – who fought bravely during Russo-Japanese War at the South Sakhalin.
In 1934, when Sakhalin used to be a part of Japanese Empire, a 27—meter high lighthouse was built at the cape, and even nowadays it shows the way to the sailors, travelling along Sakhalin shores.
You will have a unique opportunity to see this unique building with your own eyes, talk to lighthouse keeper, who has been on service for more than 20 years and probably he is the one to open the doors for you into the very heart of the old lighthouse.
If, while travelling to the Cape, we catch a good weather, you can swim in Tatar Strait and enjoy sunset at Kholmsk Pass.
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