In the early nineteenth century coastal lands of today's camp "azure" was in the possession of the landowner Usein Abduramanova. In 1829, a retired Lieutenant of Alexander the Crimea weights purchased from W. Abduramanova about 20 acres - raw land (1 desyatina -1,09 ha) in Suuk-su.
Alexander Crimea Giray (1788 – 1846),
Sultan, a nobleman, Lieutenant. On his land he built a two-storey house (now the cottage "eagle's nest), planted vineyards and fruit garden. After the death of A. I. Crimea the city's owners of the estate are his children.
In 1874, the heirs of Crimea the city's sold the estate to the "Suuk-su" sisters Golitsyn – the widow of the Colonel of guards to Princess Sophia Alexandrovna Yermolova and the Baroness Maria Alexandrovna Shipping first marriage Perfilieva.
In 1897 the actual state Councilor Vladimir Ilyich Berezin acquired the estate of "Suuk-su" at the Princess Sophia Alexandrovna Yermolova and Baroness Maria Alexandrovna Shipping for 47 thousand rubles in silver (as evidenced by the deed dated September 13, 1897).
From 1898 to 1899 years Vladimir Ilyich Berezin increases the ownership of "Suuk-su" , prikopa from local residents plots of land. Berezin devotes himself to creating a resort "Suuk-su" .
1 Aug 1903 resort "Suuk-su" is opened.
After the October revolution resort "Suuk-su" was nationalized, with the 1923 opening of a new house of the CEC (Central Executive Committee ) of the USSR.
17 November 1936 rest house of "Suuk-su" was given to "Artek". Thus began a new era of resort "Suuk-su" - the era of "Suuk-su" children's camp "azure".