Gagra (Georgian: გაგრა; Abkhaz and Russian: Гагра) is a town in Abkhazia, sprawling for 5 km on the northeast coast of the Black Sea, at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains. Its subtropical climate made Gagra a popular health resort in Imperial Russian and Soviet times.
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5 based on 175 reviews
The waterfall is at the end of a very very bumpy road, at is normally at the end of the tour, so be ready for a sore bum.
It is impressive and worth making the effort for. It's possible to get a beer for 100RUB and enjoy the view at the end of the day there.
4.5 based on 861 reviews
Beautiful piece of nature in the heart of Abkhazia. It takes some curvy road to reach it, but then you'll just marvel at the gorgeous views all around you. And as a bonus, hidden from the sight from the lakeside, one of the small side roads will lead you to Stalin's dacha - one of his retreats in Abkhazia. Depending on the will of the current president, it might be open or it might be closed. The entrance fee is nothing and you will get access to a fascinating insight into Stalin's private life.
4 based on 143 reviews
That's the visit card of Gagra! Stay and fix it with your camera! Nice views! But too many people. Nice pics in the opposite side - marble lions!
4 based on 151 reviews
This park must have looked glorious at the times of its heyday. It's still lovely and green at present, but obviously not enough care is put into it, which is a great pity. Nevertheless a nice place for a stroll.
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4.5 based on 30 reviews
Когда то эту древнюю крепость почти разобрали по камешку и при принце Ольденбургском построили отель. Но осталась церковь Св. Ипатия Гагринского. Очень красивая и намоленная. Многие жители города и гости Гагры с удовольствием заходят и помолиться и подумать и отдохнуть. Не многие знают, что на соседней горе есть древняя грот-келья Святого Ипатия, место не часто посещаемое туристами, поэтому сохранившее еще большую таинственность и красоту.
4 based on 55 reviews
Did not impress. Simply a small waterfall with an attractive name. A good thing is that it's located right on the way to the Lake Riza.
3.5 based on 117 reviews
The waterfll is faaar behind the colofull ribbons placed everywhere. People are not interested in the waterfall itself but to wrap a ribbon around a tree or another object.
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