Abdia is a village in Damghan County, in the Semnan Province of Iran. The village is on the outskirts of the central city Damghan.
The village has a subterranean water supply. The economy is based on agriculture and cattle. The old name of this village was watery. Watery is the name of the son of the Achaemenid kings who reigned for many years before the Damghan.
After many years, the name of this village was changed to Dya (Odia), and then changed again to Abdia, which is still used today. Abdia village rests 175 meters above sea level.