Ranked first in length in Europe, the alley is one of the most important sights of the city
The visiting card of Tuapse and part of the natural monument - the Kadosh forest park. The picturesque rock attracts attention with its smooth sheer wall reaching 46 meters above sea level. The famous fishing scene from the comedy “The Diamond Arm” was filmed at this location.
The control tower received the popular nickname “chupa-chups” because of its unusual shape: a hexagonal concrete pillar topped with a large blue glass ball. The sixty-meter structure was erected in 2003 by order of the Ministry of Transport.
The mountain is located in the Pontic littoral nature reserve, where wild boars and raccoons live. This place is great for those who enjoy climbing and trekking. Due to the abundance of precipitation in winter, the rocks are covered with snow from December to March.