Saint Petersburg is located on the shores of the Baltic sea. The length of the sea coast is more than 60 kilometers, but at this distance there are only about 5 official beaches. The coastline is either an industrial landscape, or completely wild nature. But the townspeople master the seashore year after year, creating unofficial places of rest. This territory is located at the intersection of the interests of citizens, business, and government. Groups are fighting for their interests on these patches of land. Citizens want beaches within the city limits, businessmen are trying to build up the entire coastal area with residential complexes and city authorities often prefer business, but they can not completely ignore the wishes of citizens. The coast finds itself in a state of quiet war, the outcome of which is still uncertain