Pitsunda CathedralBuilt in 10th century by King Bagrat III of Georgia in honor of the Apostle Andrew. Until the late 16th century it served as the seat of the Georgian Orthodox Catholicate of Abkhazia. The building itself is notable for its impressive size, reaching 29 m high (including the dome). It also has vestiges of 15th century frescoes. Unfortunately, cathedral does not function any longer, although it hosts concerts of opera singers and choirs.
Sculpture "Divers"address: Pitsunda waterfrontFamous sculpture created by Tsereteli which symbolizes a swimming season.
Lighthouseaddress: Pitsunda waterfrontThis iron tower were helping sailors for decades, but now it's just a local landmark and does not function any longer.
Pitsunda relict pine ReservePine grove stretches along the coast for 4 km from Pitsunda to Lidzava (Ldzaa) and covers an area of about 200 hectares. Age of the trees reaches 200 years.
Мuseum of local loreHere you can see the original frescoes from Pitsunda Cathedral, icons and paintings of the ancient Greeks, images of fish and animals that were found during archaeological excavations in Pitiunt.
Museum of Battle Glory
Ldzaa villageVillage in 4 km from Pitsunda.
Merchant's house-museumDisplays stuffed animals, models of rural houses, antique household items, collection of samovars, postcards and photographs, folk artists, etc.
House-Museum of Khetsurianiphone: +7 940 9941592address: 3 Adamia st.Museum is named after its founder, the collector and folk artist George Khetsuriani, which devoted his life to collecting original historical and ethnographic items. There is even a "Mercedes" chaise, which was owned by the Prince of Oldenburg - founder of Gagra. It also features a few large bas-reliefs and forged items. Besides, museum also houses an "Old Mill" tavern and a guest house.
Central BeachSwim or sun bath at this several km long wide pebble beach.
Pension "Golden Fleece"