By Moscow - Sukhumi train which goes two times a week in a winter and daily in a summer.
Museum "Abazgia"Consists of four exhibition halls: two of them dedicated to the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, one - to archeology and the last one - to ethnography.
Out of town
Natural cavesaddress: at the origins of the river Mchishta
Abahvatsa fortressaddress: Abahvatsa villageFortress walls surround an area of about 600 square meters. The height of the walls in some places reaches up to three meters, being 1 m thick. There is a seriously damaged four-storey tower standing on the edge of the cliff. In the northwestern part of the fortress there is a destroyed underpass and a cave. Fortress itself was built not later than XIII century.
It once was a capital of Abkhazia and an official residence of Abkhazian supreme prince from 1808 to 1864.
Lykhny templeConsists of a bell tower and a dome temple (X - XI cc.) featuring XIV century frescoes. Inside the church there is a tomb of prince George Chachba-Shervashidze. And it's a still working church.
Ruins of a palaceRuins of a X century complex which consists of Abkhazian kings' summer palace and a summer residence of the ruling princes Chachba.
Glade LyhnashtaIt's a historical field in the center of the village, the place of traditional meetings of the Abkhazian people.