Probably the oldest attraction in Batumi, construction of the boulevard began in 1881, when the Governor of the Batumi District assigned the German gardener, Reseller, to create a park alongside the seashore of Batumi Old Town. Nowadays, Batumi Boulevard has reached a length of around 7 kilometers…
Batumi Boulevard is one of the main attractions for the town’s visitors. The wide boulevard follows the seaside and is full of beach bars, café-lounges, restaurants, amusement rides for children and various colorful and dancing fountains. In addition to unique vegetation, you will find in Batumi…
very long and beautiful boulevard. There are a lot of restaurants, cafes. Many tourists are hiking there. There is very beautiful nature , A lot of green parks, entertainment places with children. There are places where you can rest .
“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.”
“Heritage museum with various artifacts & exhibits tracing the region's natural & social history.”
“Situated near Magnolia building. There are different sections.In the first floor you find some cafe,mobile service and supermarket Goodwill . Batumi Mall is features more than 50 shops and other entertainment facilities for kids or adults. Free Wi-Fi and parking is available on sight. ”
“Founded in 1881, the country's oldest park includes a zoo & dolphinarium, plus kids' rides & a lake.”
“Mtirala National Park is a protected area in Adjara region, Georgia. Covering approximately 15,698 hectares in Municipalities of Kobuleti, Khelvachauri and Keda in the western Lesser Caucasus, it is situated between the Black Sea and the Adjara Mountains. It also adjoins Kintrishi Protected Areas. ”