Batumi is a city in south-west Georgia and a port on the Black Sea near Turkey. It is a distribution point for petroleum from Azerbaijan and an industrial city. However it is also a popular health resort and boasts a subtropical climate, beaches, botanical gardens and scenic countryside. Batumi was the site of an ancient Greek settlement but was held by the Ottoman Turks from the 16th century until 1878, when it passed to Russia following the Russo-Turkish War.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.