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Next to a picturesque fortress, down at the lake shore.
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Lovely place, very calm, few dogs , bark’s kindly! We recommand.Report Check-In
Lot of Georgian people and there is a lot of litter. But I liked it. It was good for a swim and the mountains are beautiful. For me it was the perfect stop on the way to Kazbegi. I just parked my Campervan on the edge of the parking lot. For tents it is not so nice since both the parking lot and the beach are rocks.Report Check-In
For us it was a disappointment. A lot of litter and it’s very touristic (already in April..). Better to go to Gudauri.Report Check-In
good Place for one night. Drinking water from a well. Short way to the castle.Report Check-In
We were here for two nights. Some locals here during the day and very quiet at night. Its very easy for big rigs to access, just drive through town, there‘s even a paved road. Picture attached of the route. We drove further, over the bridge (it holds big rigs). Very nice place to campReport Check-In
Lots of peoe out for the weekend. no chance for a decent camp by the lake. Challengig for big rigs on way down by the entrance to the fort.Report Check-In