THE PARK complex
The palace is surrounded by the park that stretches on the area more than 30 hectares. The park making has begun in 1824 under the direction of German gardener Charles Kebaha. The lines inherent to the largest landscape parks of Europe successfully combine with features of a mountain relief of Alupka.
Uncountable blocks of diabase were included to romantic corners of the Upper park, the abundance of mountain sources is used for creation of artificial lakes and numerous cascades. Picturesque views to the mountains open from spacious glades.
The Pavilion in style of the classicism, later named the Tea small house has been constructed in the Lower park, near the sea in 1834.