Locals have long been accustomed to the huge number of travelers who stay at the resort all year round. The attitude of the indigenous population to tourists is restrained and quite benevolent; the key to successful communication with locals will be elementary courtesy. For those who do not imagine rest without bright parties and discos, it is worth considering that nightlife in Anapa is not as stormy as, for example, in Sochi. There are clubs and discos here, but they are focused on tourists. A significant part of the local restaurants, bars and clubs closes at midnight.
Another important feature of Anapa is the local cuisine. In popular cafes, visitors are offered dishes of Caucasian and Tatar cuisine prepared according to classical recipes. Without any doubt, we can say that more than half of the gastronomic establishments consider pilaf or shish kebab their own signature treats. Also, a pleasant surprise awaits those who prefer fish dishes. Local chefs are great at preparing fish and other seafood on charcoal. It should be noted that since ancient times Tatars and Caucasians prefer to cook food exclusively on open fire. Despite the obvious influence of modern trends, many cooks even now do not change the good traditions.
Females should take a closer look at the choice of attire for a walk, beachwear here will be appropriate only on the beach. Also, it should be taken into account that in Anapa there is a rather strict attitude to smoking, especially for women - smoking in a public place will certainly cause a lot of discontent.