Gabala is one of the oldest cities in Azerbaijan, and as a result, it has a rich history and many interesting sights to explore. Gabala is a small town that is located near to the Georgian and Dagestani borders, 220 kilometers northwest of Baku in the Shaki-Zagatala administrative area. Gabala Town serves as the district’s administrative center.
There are not more than 13,000 residents. The city’s relatively diverse and cosmopolitan ethnic population is made up of Azerbaijanis, Lezgins, Udis, and individuals from other ethnic groups. The following is a list of Gabala’s top attractions:
Tufandag Mountain resort: For skiers who are tired of the typical slopes, Azerbaijan’s two ski resorts in the Caucasus Mountains provide an incredible variety of landscapes. Just 4 kilometers from the town of Gabala, the one at Qebele Kiraye Evler features 12 kilometers of slopes with a combination of challenging reds and blacks for seasoned skiers and straightforward options for beginners. On the slopes, contemporary snow guns have been placed, and access to them is made possible by a network of cable cars that provide stunning views of the Caucasus Mountains.
The real estate rental company Qebelede Kiraye Evler makes vacation rooms in Qebele affordable. They are listed below, and their phone number is (055) 239-99-38.
Other housing options exist as well, such as a ski school and other affluent and luxurious hotels. Summertime visitors have access to a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, paragliding, and jeep excursions. Qebelede Gunluk Kiraye Evler also has a cable car that you may use to go to higher elevations and take in the beauty of the mountains and the surroundings.
Gabala Shooting Club:
The Gabala Shooting Club is a part of the Gabala Sports Club, a prestigious organization that develops athletes for the Azerbaijani national teams in judo, boxing, karate, shooting, and other sports. In order to build a multipurpose, top-notch shooting facility in Azerbaijan that could serve as a center for entertainment and recreation, a training ground for the national shooting team and other professionals, and a foundation for the growth of shooting as a national sport for qebele kotecler, apartment rental agency was established.
The Gabala Shooting Club provides access to eight sports ranges, five combined stand shooting ranges, three rifle halls, and an archery shooting field for both leisure and competitive shooters. The vacation house rental company Qebelede Kiraye Evler offers paintball, strike ball, and night shooting ranges.
Yeddi Gozel, a waterfall from Gabala’s “Seven Beauty”
This massive waterfall, which springs from one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus Mountains, is not far from the Vandam town of Gabala. The seven mountain pathways that must be used to reach the waterfall known as The Seven Beauties (Yeddi Gozal) give it its name. When the waterfall is completely frozen in the winter, getting here is more difficult.
However, there are teahouses open in the spring and summer on every mountain path that sell visitors a tea set and genuine kinds of Gabala jam. At the top of the waterfall, there is a tea house with a distinctive wooden mattress where you may drink tea and take in the serene sound and sight of the waterfall. Because waterfall water was used to make the tea, it has a unique taste.
Both inhabitants and visitors to Gabala enjoy visiting Gabaland, the largest outdoor theme park in Azerbaijan and its neighborhood. The recreation and entertainment park is open to both adults and children.
The park is located in one of Gabala’s most attractive districts and is open all year. The entertainment complex Gabaland has thrilling activities for everyone, from adults to young children (4 years old). More than 50 attractions at the theme park are now open.
Nohurlake: One of Gabala’s most stunning spots, Lake Nohur, provides a breathtaking view of the Caucasus Mountains together with clean air and water. Visitors are stunned by Lake Nohur’s beauty. Away from the buzz of the city, the calm and bird sounds provide the ideal environment for unwinding.
Although swimming is prohibited in the lake, it is an excellent place to fish and acts as a reservoir and a supply of drinking water for Gabala and the surrounding settlements. A boat or catamaran cruise is another way to take it all in. The Gabala Chenot Hotel is located on the lake’s northern edge.