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Places of interest

Pāvilosta harbour promenade
Pāvilosta Big Stone (Sea Stone). The largest sea stone on the Latvian coast, located in the Baltic Sea, 100 metres from the shore. Total height is 3.5 metres, circumference about 15 metres. 

Pavilosta Museum

The foundation stone of the building was laid on 21 May 1879, during the opening ceremony of the port. The museum building is the first stone house in Pavilosta. The building was used as a pilot house, tavern, alcohol warehouse, barracks for German soldiers, customs house, library and collective farm office. The museum houses an exposition of the history of Pāvilosta and Sava region. In 2007, the museum building, the boathouse and the pavement of the Sava River bank were included in the list of State Protection Monuments as an architectural monument of local significance.

House of Culture

Located on Baznīckalns, where a house of prayer was built in 1908, which was destroyed by fire in 1936. In 1939, archaeological excavations were carried out near the House of Culture and several Mesolithic and early Neolithic flint objects were recovered.
The 50th Anniversary Park of Pavilosta. The oak tree planted by Gustavs Zemgals in 1929, as well as oaks planted in November 1928 by the Chairman and the Board of Aizpute County, representatives of the Sakas municipality, the Pāvilosta organisation and schoolchildren.
The Pāvilosta Lutheran Church. The church was built between 1930 and 1939. The pulpit was established in 1958.
Centenary Park. The park was created on the occasion of the centenary of Pavilosta. In the middle of the park there is the Pāvilosta Centenary Stone, brought from the seashore.