Agva, Hittite, Phrygian, Roman and Ottoman was a transitional point of many civilizations such as a belt. B.C. 7th-century ruins of history, can be found in the surrounding villages due to Agva. the Romans Pen village church ruins and gravestones, the Hacilli village in the 3rd century break - 4th century Gürlek cave at their head, Fortress ruins of a castle on the hill, Sungurlu mountain grinder important finds in the neighborhood.
Agva the second half of the 14th century, Konya, Karaman and Turkmen tribes settled from Balikesir. Today Ağvalı Turkmen tribes of the children are the same.
Agva, Latin for "village set between two rivers" and "water" means. north of Istanbul, a coastal town in the middle of Goksu and Yesilcay River.
Goksu and Yesilcay Ağva cross the streams pouring into the Black Sea. Yeşilçay space of fishing vessels. On the coast there are hotels Goksu. Creek in a canoe or a bicycle ride by the sea can be made. with a motor boat rides can be organized for a few hours. 12 km. Hacilli remote village, famous for its caves and waterfalls. Kilimli and Galley bays, very convenient for walking.
Agva has a population of around 3000. But in summer, especially on weekends, this figure comes to 10,000.
Agva resort, Rome, Genoa, entered the Byzantine rule. There was a significant Greek population of the Ottoman period.
In the centuries before Christ, 5th and 7th century, were uncovered evidence that settlement in and near Ağva.
Ruins; Hittite and Phrygian were also indicates that lived in the area. Particularly in the surrounding villages, including Yenikoy, it is possible to find the remains of the Roman and Byzantine periods. The first guests have been known in the history of Agva Hittites.
Then Phrygian, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans came. History dating back to the 7th century Agva remains of Hittite and Phrygian, Roman and Byzantine era also left the remains of the church, it is possible to see the tomb stones.