Much cooler than Yerevan in August. Great for a swim. I recommend the northern or southern shores within 40 minutes from peninsula with the churches. Explore for yourself.
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That is the biggest Armenian water reservoir so no wonder that there are located places for a summer vacations and that places are crowded in the season. The lake itself is very nice located. Blue water sorrounded with mountains.
shores are full of people, no sandy beaches/grass to chill by the water; a lot of concrete thou and if you want to lay down you need to pay for the chair we didn't enjoy it at all and it was one of the worst...More
An excellent summer retreat. When it gets too hot in Yerevan, head to this place and you can immediately make out the difference in temperature in both the places. Lots of things to do. Take a nice idyllic boat cruise across Lake Sevan. The lake...More
Lake Sevan is the symbol and the most celebrated natural treasure of Armenia. The more disappointing it is to see how the Armenians themselves treat it. All the shores are filled with decomposing and rusty "touristic" structures, such as benches and changing rooms, that look...More
Just go there, enjoy the view, listen to the stories, go up the stairs and take pictures. And when you come back home, tell your friends to visit it too. This is Armenia.
Attended a music festival and was honestly wowed by the local talent playing there on the public beach. Sadly, the public restrooms were just short of atrocious.
Lake Sevan is a huge lake situated in the North-Western part of Armenia. It is a beautiful place to be, for walking, swimming, or a boat trip. There are a lot of interesting places to visit alongside the lake, such as the Sevanavank monastery. A...More
The most important and largest lake in Armenia is called Lake Sevan and is located just one hour drive by car from Yerevan. I had seen it on my first trip to Armenia in 2011 and I had to see it again on this current...More