Rybachy Peninsula is the northernmost part of continental European Russia. Its name is translated as "Fisher Peninsula". It is connected with the Sredny Peninsula, "Middle Peninsula" by a thin isthmus. So the peninsula is in fact nearly completely surrounded by water. Administratively, it is included into Pechengsky District of Murmansk Oblast and is within several hours of ride from Murmansk.
Main occupations of the population are reindeer herding and petroleum drilling.
Coordinates 69°44'3.038" N 32°29'56.193" E