Women spend time at a private beach in Yalta, Crimea, earlier this year. Photographer Didier Bizet documented the tourism on the peninsula, which was annexed by Russia in 2014. "I would say that the tourism (in Crimea) is like 95% Russian people," Bizet said. "I did not meet any Italian, English, French. I was the only French guy in Crimea."
Various sights in Crimea reminded Bizet of Russia's past, from outdated cable car equipment to the clothing people wore.
People ride golf carts at a Crimean resort.
The Swallow's Nest castle is a Neo-Gothic monument and one of the most visited places in Crimea, Bizet said.
A child rides on a cable car.
People ride on a boat in the seaside resort of Gurzuf.
A woman checks her phone at a beachside lounge in Yalta.
A hotel in the city of Haspra, close to the Swallow's Nest castle.
Tourists use blankets to shield themselves from the wind as they return from the Ai-Petri peak in the Crimean Mountains.