Many newcomers may be shocked to find that the majority of Georgia’s shoreline is rocky (with large pebbles) making it essential to carry suitable footwear and maybe even a yoga mat. Rocky beaches also tend to have steep slopes from the waterline which often gets deep enough to completely cover you in just 10-15 steps from the shore. The water is only slightly salty, so swimming is a real pleasure. It’s also quite safe to play in as the only sea life you’ll have to watch out for is the occasional jellyfish. If you don’t feel like making a stony start to your holiday it might be comforting to know most beaches in Georgia are usually adjacent to green rolling hills that allow visitors to appreciate a fine view while sunbathing.
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It is our favourite beach, because of its peaceful location and especially good ambience. People come to this place (mostly) because of Rakushkebi, a bungalow created and designed 15 years ago by the Adjarian artist Natia AKA Frida (she looks like the famous Mexican self portraiture Frida Kahlo). Everybody knows and loves this place because of its cozy atmosphere, delicious menu with affordable prices, and homemade lemonades and original cocktails. The water here is warm and clean and the beach is peaceful and relaxing.