Adjara - officially known as the Autonomous Republic of Adjara is a historical, geographic and political-administrative region of Georgia. Area: 2,880 km²- 4.2% of Georgia. The population is 411000 (2014) and above 140000 (2014) live in Batumi, the capital of Ajara. Adjara is subdivided into six administrative units: City of Batumi, Kobuleti, Khelvachauri, Keda, Shuakhevi, Khulo Districts. One of the most important priorities of Ajara is Tourism. And it has been developing at a high speed in the region. Number of tourists increases every year in the region.
YOU WILL VISIT:
v Makhuntseti waterfall - is located near the town of Keda, at 335 meters above sea level. Near the waterfall several picnic sites are available for visitors. While visiting the waterfall it is also possible to visit nearby tourist attractions, including the ancient Arched Bridge of Queen Tamara Bridge.
v Arched Bridge of Queen Tamara in Mahuntseti - In one version the bridge was built by Venetian and Genoese builders, and in another version – it was built even until the reign of Queen Tamara, in the XII century.
v “Adjarian Wine House” - The most popular wine tour in Adjara region is associated with Shateau type, which was established in 2010 on the ruins of historical winery of 18th century in Adjara at the entrance of Keda district. Wines produced with Chkhaveri and Tsolikauri grape species picked in the highlands of Adjara. Wine Tour includes: Visiting the Adjarian Wine House, Exploring the Winery and Wine Cellars, Learning About The Wine-Making Process, Interacting with Wine Makers, Lunch and Tasting of local Wines, Live Music.
v The Church of Zvare - The church is located at the top of the mountain, offering spectacular views of the surrounding church.
v Keda Historical Museum - The museum collections cover archaeological materials, numismatic, different things of Adjarian life and ethnography, geology collection, paintings and craft works of local artists, different documental materials and photos.