Historical objects from fights and households, and other trifles, whose history dates back to the 6th century AD, were found here. New archaeological research is still underway here.
The Caucasus barrier protects the whole of Georgia from the cold air from the north, and therefore, the country is largely open to the effects of warm weather and humidity from the Black Sea.
Western Georgia, including Adjara, has humid subtropical weather with heavy rainfall in spring and autumn, mild winters, and a pleasant coastal climate in summer.
In addition, Kobuleti is protected by mountains from all sides and the region has a specific microclimate with healthy air.
Eastern Georgia, on the other hand, is drier and subtropical. Mountains higher than 2000 meters above sea level make a complete exception and excel in typical alpine weather with snow until late spring.