Large, lovingly renovated historic hammam with newly marbled floors and attractive ceiling patterns. If closed, ask at the caretaker's house by the entrance road.
Above a bend in the Aras River, this restored caravanserai has some wonderful views of the eroded red mountains of Iran and across the border to the Nakhchivan enclave of Azerbaijan. Be careful where you point your …
Two ancient bridges span the Aras downstream of the Khodaafarin Dam. Only one, dating from the 13th century, remains more or less intact. The bridges are about 10km from the Kaleybar road junction.
Crumbling mud and eroded stone battlements tumble down a rocky hill next to the road, a poignant reminder of a disastrous 19th-century war with Russia.
Little remains of the actual castle other than some crumbling stone walls following the ridgeline south from the road, but the views are amazing.
This small shepherd's chapel has a commanding view of the Aras River. Don't be caught taking photos, though.
Locals love this popular wooded picnic area near a drippy, moss-covered grotto.