Ağva is close to Istanbul and arrived there along the forest route. It is deep in nature and situated between the Yesilcay and Goksu rivers that flow into the Black Sea. I took most of the river pictures in a boat cruising up and down on the Goksu River.
Ağva Beach was formed by coastal and river currents on the river mouth. Sandspit structure was said to be developed through these waves seen on the right tip of the beach. That sandspit closes the river mouth and prevent discharge of the river to the sea during summer. The reason for this is the lowering of wave intensity and transition from storm profile to the normal shore profile at summers (Coşkun C.)