Guria is situated to the north of Ajara in the western part of Georgia on the Black Sea coast. Guria’s diverse nature and climate, which includes subtropical landscapes, coastline, lowlands, wetlands, and the high mountains of Lesser Caucasus, make the region unique. Citrus plantations, fruit gardens, tea and nuts, grapes and maize are the main crops. Wooded lowlands are covered with Chestnut Castanea sativa; False Acacia Robinia pseudoacacia; Spurge Laurel Daphne mezereum; European Bilberry Vaccinium myrtillus; Guelder Rose Viburnum opulus; Solidago or Goldenrod Solidago virgaurea and Field Clover Trifolium Campestre; Largest Masterwort Astrantia maxima; Ground-ivy Glechoma hederacea; Devil’s-bit Scabious Succisa pratensis are widely spread. There are several mountainous resorts in the region, such as Gomi and Bakhmaro resorts, which are covered with alpine wildflowers and create the ideal conditions for the transhumance of bees. Guria’s humid subtropical climate merged with mountain and sea air, creates the medicinal properties of the resorts.