Agva is a small town located on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, about 100 km east of Istanbul. It is known for its natural beauty, including the Agva River and the surrounding forests. The town is a popular tourist destination, offering outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, and rafting. Agva is also known for its traditional wooden houses and its local cuisine, including fish dishes and traditional Turkish desserts. Visitors can also enjoy boat trips on the Agva River and take day trips to nearby towns and villages.