Central Hopa Mosque

   The mosque is in Orta ward (meaning central ward) in the central part of the district of Hopa.  It doesn’t have an epigraph, yet it was probably built sometime towards the end of the 19. Century. It underwent major restoration between 1993 and 1994 and it is still used for worship. The mosque is rectangular but it is approximately square-shaped and doesn’t have a narthex. It has some burial areas reserved for special religious people around it.

    There aren’t any ornaments on the exterior of the mosque. However, inside it there are ornaments on the ceiling, minbar, mihrab and maksoorah. Whitewash is applied to the interior walls and the ceiling, minbar, mihrab and maksoorah are painted green. Face walls are infilled walls. Clean-cut face stones and freestones evened on one side were used in the mosque and Turkish style tiles were used on the roof. The mosque has recently been renovated and the original form of the mosque is preserved. The ceiling and the dome reflects the most distinct qualities of the original pattern. 



Çamburnu Nature Protection Zone
   This plateau is such a special area that Yellow pine (Pinus Silvestis ssp. koçhiana) can rarely be observed. Thanks to this feature, it can be said that Çamburnu  Yellow pine stances represents a reliquie character. This area is not only regarded as a scientific source for  phytology, but also is considered for tourism activities. This area is in the borders of Çamlıköy Village, Hopa. 
Yoldere Village Arch Bridge
   The structure on which has not got an epigraph was probably built in the 18th century. It is in Yoldere Village of Hopa and it is in the group of single arch stone bridges with a pitched way. Hewnstones and rubble stones were used in its arch and its walls. There is no barrier wall. Vehicles can also use this bridge today.