Bike Route Batumi - Mirveti - Batumi



Route type: circular
Total length: 50 km
Road type: asphalt (the major part), dirt road (the small part)
Difficulty level: medium
Distance from Batumi: 27 km
Distance to Batumi: 23 km
Altitude: at the starting point of the route - 3 m, at the ending point of the route - 50 m
The number of bicycle parking locations: 2
Sites for picnic: 1

Batumi - Mirveti Village - Batumi cycling route makes it possible to escape the hustle and bustle of the city life and enjoy nature at its best. While travelling along this route, you can see Batumi sights, unforgettable panorama of the sea, authentic local villages, citrus gardens, picturesque waterfalls, rivers, mountain and forest areas.

The route forward starts at the Batumi Boulevard. The bike path runs along the boulevard to the turn to the airport (6 km). Then it leads to the left on the carriageway near the airport towards Akhalisopeli through the road bridge over the Chorokhi river. Immediately after passing the bridge, the route turns left at the signs and then runs along the picturesque mountain area, on the left bank of the river and then through the Makho road bridge. After the bridge the route turns right, passing along the highway Batumi-Akhaltsikhe, and then again turns right to Machakhela Gorge and Mirveti village (directional road signs are mounted at the highway). After turning, the route immediately leads to the metal suspension bridge across the Chorokhi River. Then the cyclists ride along the country ground and after 1 km come to the destination, the village of Mirveti. There one can visit Mirveti waterfall, XII century arched bridge and boxwood lane. It’s also possible to camp, enjoy barbecue and swimming in the river.

The route backward runs along the Batumi-Akhaltsikhe highway close to the Makho bridge towards Khelvachauri. Halfway along the busy highway, turn left at the sign installed on Medjinistskali. The trail leads cyclists to the additional (paved) road at the airport intersection and continues along the original route to the destination point.

It’s possible to start the route both from Batumi and Ajaristsqali village (17 km from Batumi). If you begin a trip from Ajaristsqali village, it’s first necessary to deliver bikes using special vehicle and then go biking to the village of Mirveti.


How to reach Mirveti Village?

By municipal transport (buses). Price - 2 GEL

Kveda Chkhutuneti - Batumi 7:00 a.m.

Batumi - Kveda Chkhutuneti 4:00 p.m.   
Zeda Chkhutuneti - Batumi 9:00 a.m.;
Batumi - Zeda Chkhutuneti 12:30 a.m.
As part of an organized or individual tours
By taxi. Price - about 80 GEL or
by own vehicle


Address: №116, Pushkin str. Batumi
Working hours: 11:00-22:00
Tel: +995 555 91 64 21

Address: 3a javakhishvili str. Batumi
Tel: +995 597 87 00 47


  • The route is completed on mountain bikes, so it’s aimed more at experienced cyclists or usual riders accompanied by instructors
  • The most part of the route goes along highways with well-shaped sideways, but a group has to be very careful in narrowing places
  • Riders go one by one at a distance of about 2 meters
  • It is strictly forbidden to stretch to the width of the road
  • Better not forget the helmet
  • It is necessary to take along extra technical devices
  • It is necessary to have a small first aid kit
  • There is no special bike fixing device in the municipal transport so if you decide to travel by municipal transport it’s necessary to agree and discuss it with the driver directly.

All bridges of the village Mirveti are very narrow and it’s impossible for garbage trucks to enter the territory, so the waste must be taken out manually.

The closest recycle bin can be found at the suspension bridge of Mirveti (in a distance of 1 km from the picnic area).

For more information on transport and guides please call Tourist Information Centres

(Tel: +995 577 90 91/+995 577 90 90 93), or travel agencies, contacts of which can be found at the official website of the Department of Tourism and Resorts of Ajara –

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