Abkhazia is an unrecognized country in the Caucasus region, internationally recognized as part of Georgia. Located between the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea, Abkhazia is a paradise of both nature and history.
Abkhazia is located on the Black Sea, situated between Russia and Georgia. Abkhazia covers 3,300 square miles along the eastern shores of the Black Sea and the Caucasus mountains. Roughly three-fourths of Abkhazia is mountainous, which contrasts against the sea to create outstanding scenery and landscapes.
The region is famous amongst Russians for its excellent seacoast resorts. Once known as the 'Soviet Riviera,' Abkhazia attracted prominent figures such as; Josef Stalin and others, who made Abkhazia their summer home during the years of the Soviet Union.