Published in Georgia for Expats
is situated on the South-Western Black Sea coast of Georgia. Its Southern border is shared with Turkey and runs along the Shavsheti Mountain Range. It is a fascinating and unique area, where the sea collides with the mountain range. Adjara is the place for bird-watchers - many come here from around the world to observe rare species. The region brings together the warm sub-tropical climate, the mix of sea and mountain air, revitalizing and healthy sea and spa waters, and some of the best and brightest nightlife on the Black Sea. Vibrant nightlife sometimes may disturb these visitors, who seek more of rest and tranquility, so if you are one of these, be sure to ask about the noise level at the hotel and its surroundings before booking :-). Otherwise, Adjara is a very intriguing region with an interesting history, tasty cuisine and many impressive places to see.