The length of the beach is three kilometers, and its width is about 30 meters. The beach has black magnetic sand. Together with the humid subtropical air, pine groves and sea water it creates a natural healing environment - especially for those who suffer from cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, and musculoskeletal system diseases. These sands are also effective for strengthening the bones and joints of children and adults alike.
It represents a good vacation spot for families with children, as the water depth is low, and the shore is clean.
Seasonal family hotels are dotted along the coastline with furnished rooms, green yards, parking spaces, and swimming pools.
Here, at the confluence of the Natanebi River and the Black Sea, you can fish for Vimba, Tobi, and Northern pike as well.
There is a unique dendrological park on the territory of Shekvetili, covering 60 hectares, where you can see hundreds of species of exotic flora including rare giant trees, pink flamingos, and exotic birds.
Black Sea Arena, the largest concert hall in Transcaucasia, which can accommodate more than 10,000 spectators, is located in Shekvetili. The Musicians' Park - a recreation space featuring the singing monuments of Georgian and foreign musicians - is situated nearby.
For kids of all ages, Shekvetili offers an amusement park Tsitsinatela and the nearby Park of Miniatures which showcases miniature models of iconic architectural monuments of Georgia.
From Batumi and Kutaisi International Airports, you can reach Shekvetili by car within 50 and 90 minutes respectively. You can also take a taxi from the railway stations of Ureki and Kobuleti.