The Khasansky District is located on the very edge of the southern part of Primorsky Krai and stretches in a narrow strip from north to south along the western coast of Peter the Great Bay. The territory of the region includes more than 20 islands and islets located in the adjacent water areas, among which the largest are Bolshoi Pelis, Furugelma, Stenina, Antipenko and Sibiryakov.
There are about 20 unique natural monuments in the region. Due to the warm and humid climate, melliferous plants actively emit nectar and honey from the Khasanovsky district. It is surprisingly tasty and aromatic, thanks to cherries, cherries, bird cherries, apple trees, pears, wild grapes, raspberries, and rose hips flowering so freely during the honey harvest. In addition, there are more than 3 types of linden in the Khasanovsky district, which gives the lime-tree honey of the seaside special versatility.