Not everyone likes the “noisy” and “crammed” beaches of Batumi, someone wants peace, tranquility and good rest with a view of the mountains and, for example, a mosque. Yes, yes, don’t be surprised. There is such a place in Georgia. The village is located right on the border of two countries – Georgia on the one hand, and Turkey on the other. It is remarkable only, perhaps, for a couple of sights: a small church of St. Andrew the First-Called and a waterfall with a statue of the Saint directly mentioned above. By the way, both buildings have been adorned in Sarpi since relatively recently, since 2008. The village is small, with less than 1,000 indigenous people living in it (approximately 850). According to some data, during the Soviet Union, it was inaccessible not only for tourists, but also for locals who did not live in Sarpi. Therefore, it is not surprising that in the territory of the settlement, in addition to the bizarre customs building, in fact, there is nothing interesting.
The flight is carried out to the nearest airport in Georgia - Batumi. Here, too, everything is simple. From Batumi to Sarpi there is a bus and several minibuses. Also, before sending, you must provide a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19
There are street cafes and restaurants in the village, but the prices for food in the border Sarpi are noticeably higher than in Batumi. The average check for two is from 30 GEL. Mineral water and chocolate are sold at almost twice the price. For dishes and wine you will pay 2-4 GEL more than in the city.
Now in Sarpi (Georgia) there are several hotels and guest houses, most of which are owned by residents. We analyzed them and tried to choose the most optimal hotels / hotels in terms of price-quality ratio according to various criteria here