Makhuntseti arched bridge was built in the XII century. It is located 30 km from Batumi, in the Makhuntseti village (Keda municipality). The bridge is 19.5 m long and made of rock. Over the centuries, the bridge has been repeatedly restored and strengthened. Today it is the most visited bridge of this type. In 2006, the bridge was assigned the category of cultural monument of national importance.
How to get there:
By Batumi-Keda minibus: the minibus departs every half hour from the old Batumi bus station (1, Mayakovsky st.). Fare 2-3 GEL.