The Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia is a coastal region located in the northwest corner of Georgia. Abkhazia is a very mountainous. 75% of the area is covered by mountains and foothills with 195 km coastline. Here the climate is warm, humid and subtropical, average annual temperature is +15 degrees Celsius. In this land the sun shines more than 220 days a year. At 4046 meters, Dombai is the region’s highest mountain range and marks the beginning of Caucasus. The nature of Abkhazia is characterized by forest resources and vegetation, with more than 133 plants endemic to Abkhazia. The region is home to 2000 species of flora, of which more than 250 are medicinal. Forest cover is 52%. Honey is obtained from native species such as: Sycamore Acer pseudoplatanus; Ground-ivy Glechoma hederacea; Honey Clover Melilotus albus; Creeping Savory Satureja laxiflora; Weaver’s Broom Spartium junceum; Devil’s-bit Scabious Succisa pratensis; White Clover Trifolium repens.