Situated on a Kolkheti Plain and 25 km north of Batumi Kobuleti is distinguished by a unique microclimate which benefits cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous system unlike any other on Georgia's Black Sea coast.
A pleasant subtropical climate, fresh air, plenty of sunshine, warm sea and Adjarian Mountains nearby create one of the most desirable holiday destinations in Georgia.
Kobuleti became the elite resort in the second half of the XIX-th century. Although the first mention about this place concerned only the seaside part, which according to the direction of the Russian Emperor Alexander II was given as a present to the best Commander-in-Chiefs, who showed themselves in the Russian-Turkish campaign.
Influential high-rank officials shortly appraised the value of the gift and started to build luxury villas, where they spent summer and winter vacations together with their family members.