21 km far from Batumi resort town of Kobuleti is located, which in translation from the Georgian “kobuli” means a pen for lambs. In the times of the USSR Kobuleti had the status of one of the best Soviet resorts on the Black Sea. The central street of the city was considered the longest street – about 10 km. Pedestrian embankment, evenly over these ten kilometers rising above the beach. In the city there are only 2 streets, which stretch in length and are parallel. Along the embankment, the buildings of the most diverse breeds, color, and age were lined up. Something in this everything is piscatorial – small houses with rows of clothes hanging in the wind, windows looking out to sea. And next to private houses are tall, brightly colored hotels.
Among the natural attractions in the area are waterfalls (in Chakvistavi and Kintrishi). As well as ancient fortresses (the Greek fortress of Petra on the beach near the village of Tsikhisdziri, a fortress in the village of Alambari and a fortress in the village of Achkvistavi). Also, the attention of tourists is attracted by the preserved ancient churches or their ruins. In the city of Kobuleti, in the village of Dagva, in the village of Gvara, in the village of Achi, the Legva temple, the Kakuti temple, the Hino monastery in the village of the same name, and the only mosque in the village of Kvirike. The ancient bridges also pay attention to themselves, that on the way to Hino on the river Kintrishi: Kobalauri and Chkemovani.