Geography of Georgia
Georgia is a small country on the crossroads of Europe and Asia, in the Caucasus. Its capital is Tbilisi. Georgia is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russian Federation, to the south-east by Azerbaijan and to the south by Armenia and Turkey. Although the area of the country is only 69 700 km2, it is distinguished by the great diversity of the landscape. Here you will find peaks, alpine meadows, open plains, deserts, seas and dense forests. 8.62% of the total territory is covered by protected areas, so you can enjoy the wild, untouched nature here.
Georgia is located on the verge of subtropical and temperate climatic zones, so there are different types of climate (Humid subtropical, moderately humid, moderately dry and dry-continental). Summer is sunny here, temperature ranges from 29 °C to 33 °C, and in winter from -2 °C to 4 °C. Due to the peculiarities of the climate and abundance of mineral waters there are many climatic and balneological resorts in Georgia. The sea and the golden sun, winter resorts wrapped in white blankets, hiking on peaks or alpine lakes, relaxation in the forest cottage, colored deserts, magical caves, waterfalls, canyons, extreme sport or comfortable unloading in calmness.
Here people with different desires and interests will find a place where they can feel happy and receive unforgettable impressions. The beauty of Georgia's nature leaves no one indifferent and has often become a source of inspiration for artists.