Heraclean Peninsula is rich in archaeological monuments of antiquity. On the way to Yuharina gully, the remains of ancient Greek buildings are found at almost every step. Some lie in ruins, others are more fortunate - professional archaeologists had a hand in them, excavated and partially restored. The most famous of these objects is the antique estate of the 4th-2nd centuries BC. e. It was excavated and investigated by a joint archaeological expedition of the reserve “Chersonese of Tauris” and the University of Texas. A small shrine is found here, supposedly dedicated to Hercules. At the moment, the ancient Greek manor is conserved, it can be visited and plunge into the atmosphere of two thousand years ago.