Kobuleti Municipality, Village Chaqvistavi, Kobuleti, Adjara
Mtirala National park
Mtirala National Park is located 40 kilometers from Batumi in south western part of Georgia, in Autonomous Republic of Achara and includes Kobuleti, Khelvachauri and Keda municipalities.
There are 2 marked and comfortable trails in Mtirala national Park. The territory offers hiking, horse riding, bird watching and adventure tours. Visitors can use with extreme and entertaining service Zip-Line and can slide on 200m rope extended from one tree to another.
At Mtirala National Park you can explore beautiful valley of Chakvistskali river, beech intact stands, 15 meters long Tsablnari waterfall. Tourist season at Mtirala National Park lasts from May to October.
Amusement Park Tsitsinatela
"Tsitsinatela" is the European standard amusement park, opened in 2006. "Tsitsinatela" in Georgian means "firefly." The park is located near the town of Kobuleti.
There are the following objects operating on the park territory: the Ferris wheel, about 40 attractions, entertainment rooms, carousels, slot machines hall, karting and bowling club, as well as a pizzeria and a coffee shop.
The park is open from 6 pm to 3 am. There is scheduled shuttle organized from Batumi to the park.
Petra Fortress - is located in the village of Tsikhisdziri in the Kobuleti district of Ajara. Built during the 6th century A.D., it held an important strategic position at the crossroads of the route linking Georgia with Iran and Armenia. The fortress is one of the most significant monuments on the entire eastern coast of the Black Sea.
Situated on a rocky outcrop beside the shore of the Black Sea, Petra was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Its name originated from the Greek word “Petra” – meaning rock, stone.
Some historians consider the fortress to be the “Hell’s Castle” referred to in the famous “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin” poem by Shota Rustaveli.
National Park Kintrishi
The Kintrishi Protected Landscape is a protected landscape in Kobuleti District, Adjara, Georgia, located at the gorge of the Kintrishi River and was established in 1959 to preserve its unique flora and fauna and famous Colchian willow trees.
The Kintrishi Protected Areas are located between the Black Sea and the mountain system of Achara-Imereti in the gorge of the Kintrishi River in Georgia’s Ajara region. It consists mainly of mountains and gorges covered with forests of beech, chestnut, hornbeam, oak, and silver fir.
Kintrishi Protected Areas covers 18 893 hectares and consists of the Kintrishi Strict Nature Reserve established in 1959 and Kintrishi Protected Landscape established in 2007.
The area is rich in rivers, some of which are spanned by medieval arched bridges.
The Kintrishi Protected Areas has two visitor trails that are open to hikers and visitors on horseback. The trails are well marked and have designated camping and picnic sites.
Approximately 28 km from Batumi, this protected area stretches over 770 hectares and comprises the Kobuleti Strict Nature Reserve (Ispani I) and Kobuleti Managed Nature Reserve (Ispani II). The Ispani Sphagnum Peatlands are on the RAMSAR Convention list of wetlands of international importance. They are also a habitat for many birds that migrate to the area during the winter.
Ispani Wonders - Sphagnum Dome
Ispani Wonders - Sphagnum Dome - The most pristine live sphagnum (commonly known as peat moss) peatland of the world lies less than 300 m from the coast in Ajara. The Sphagnum Dome is a seeming lake with a 25-45 cm layer of sphagnum that is never entirely submerged in water. Together with the water the peat moss creates a completely smooth dome without any hillocks. The dome rises 4-5 m over its surroundings.
The Ispanipeatland is an unexhausted source of oxygen and plays a great part in the cycle of carbon production. At the same time, it plays a significant role in regulating the regional and local climates. The Ispanipeatland protects Kobuleti from floods. Sphagnum moss absorbs water in a way similar to a cloud as it can contain much more water than its form would indicate. In 1964, while excavating a drainage canal, an ancient settlement dating back to fourth and third centuries BCE was discovered. Humans are supposed to have settledin the areabetween five and six thousand years ago.
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Kobuleti Museum is located in Kobuleti. Kobuleti attractions like Kobuleti Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Mtsvane Kontskhi (Green Cape), Batumi
Batumi Botanical Gardens
Batumi Botanical Garden, located at the distance of 9 km from the center of Batumi, occupies the area of 108, 7 hectare of approximately 1 km stripe of Southern-Western section of the coastline located between the river Chakvistskali estuary and the Green Cape, being spread to the height of 0-220 meters from the sea level, which not long time ago was totally covered with Kolkheti type forest (beech, chestnut, linden) and evergreen sub-forest.
Boasting one of the widest varieties of flora in the world, Batumi Botanical Garden was established in 1912 by the prominent botanist and geographer Andrey Krasnov. The garden is 111 hectares and contains flora from nine phyto-geographic areas.
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Tamari Arched Bridge
The Bridge is believed to be constructed in the 21th c. According to the legend the bridge was built with the order of the Queen Tamar. Once the queen set on to meet a genial Georgia poet Shota Rustaveli. For that tome the water in river Kintrishi was very high. That's why the servants had take the queen over the river with a palanquin. While crossing the river the queen lost her slipper in water. Despite zealous search the slipper disappeared. Then the Queen Tamar ordered to construct a bridge that would stand any flooding and flow of time.
As a result of the queen's order today we have Tamari arched bridge.
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Ancient Pinewood City
During archeological excavations in the ancient Pinewood City were found golden artifacts of V century BC. Among these magnificent artifacts are dishes, jeweler, vases and golden - figure craters. There are only several specimens of the craters in the world.
The Wine House significantly contribute to the popularization of Georgian wine, furthermore, the guests will have an opportunity to see the broad range of unique varieties of wine (spread in the region for years) which includes the farm territory of the Argo service center in Gvara.
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Kobuleti Seaside Park
Kobuleti Central park - area: 47 000 sq.m. In the central part of the park are situated a static fountain, outdoor cafes and a fish pond. There are also grown ornamental plants. In the south of the park are located Artist's House and the amphitheater built for 650 spectators.
Kobuleti, Kobuleti, Georgia
The Villages of Khelvachauri and Kobuleti municipalities form one of the narrowest for migrating birds of prey registering 800,000 birds annually.Known as the "Eastern Black Sea Migration Corridor", the Kobuleti municipality provides good conditions for bird watching. Visitors can see great variety of rare birds here.
The Village of Chaisubani is the best place for those wishing to share their interests about ecology and migration of birds of prey. Bird watching tours are also available in the Ispani wetland (Kobuleti Protected Areas) as well as in the village of Sakhalvasho.
Khino Monastery Complex (middle ages)
The Khino Complex unites a lot of boulders today. But in the past those boulders had different names. Some of them were a fence, a church, an economy-function building.
The Khino Church after John the Baptist is the most remarkable by its architectural planning from Khino buildings. Unfortunately there is nothing left except rare walls and the plant itself. Present walls are about 3 meters and have so equal height as if some enormous superhero cut them by one wag with his enormous sword.
Certainly, there was a bishop faculty in this place in the past. Other suppositions to be expressed are waiting for people who haven't seen the Khino yet.