Gurzuf or Hurzuf (Ukrainian: Гурзуф, Russian: Гурзуф, Crimean Tatar: Gurzuf) is a resort in Crimea, Ukraine, on the northern coast of the Black Sea.
Gurzuf is a former Crimean Tatar village, now a part of Greater Yalta. It was made famous by Alexander Pushkin who visited the place in 1821. The famous ballet master Marius Petipa died here. The International Children Center Artek (former All-Union Young Pioneer camp Artek) is situated just behind the mount of Ayu-Dag (Bear Mountain). The World Organization of the Scout Movement's Eurasian Region is headquartered in the town.