Sapara Monastery is a Georgian Orthodox monastery in the Akhaltsikhe District of Samtskhe-Javakheti region. The monastery existed from at least 9th century. Nowadays its’ complex consists of remains of a small church and dominating building – Saba’s Church that dates back to 13th and 14th centuries. Inside the church there frescoes of high quality which belongs to the 14th century.

During the Soviet era the church was used for summer camp. However in the beginning of the Georgia’s independence restoration, Sapara was given back to Georgian Ortodox Church, recently, it has been restored and at present several monks live in the complex, in cave dwellings. Above the monastery, there is a ruin of a medieval fortress.