Shekvetili is a village and sea resort in Ozurgeti Municipality, Guria, Georgia, located on the eastern Black Sea coast, at the mouth of the Natanebi river. Shekvetili is a 3 km seaside strip dominated by the forest of pine trees, at 2 m above sea level. Shekvetili beach sands like Ureki beach contain high concentrations of magnetite. The composition of the beach sand includes magnetite in the form of black fine fractions emitting a weak magnetic field. For those who decided to improve their health in Ureki, the list of indications for treatment with magnetic therapy using sand: cardiovascular disorders; diseases of the nervous system; bone diseases. The resort is located 45 kilometers from Batumi, 333 kilometers from the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi and 100 kilometers from Kutaisi International Airport.
In the vicinity of Shekvetili, you can visit:
• Tsitsinatela amusement Park – three dozen attractions for children of all ages.
• Miniature Park-reduced copies of Georgian attractions in one place. It is located next to the Tsitsinatela Park.
• Black Sea Arena is the largest indoor concert hall in the Caucasus.
• Musicians Park – At the park territory there are squares, where Georgian and foreign musician’s statues are situated. Visitors have an opportunity to listen to more than 30 famous musician’s songs and melodies.