Asprovalta is now a major tourist resort on the Strymonikos Gulf, hosting thousands of visitors during the summer season.
Located right in the boundaries of three prefectures of Halkidiki, Thessaloniki and Kavala, harmoniously combining green mountains and blue sea.
Access to Asprovalta is easy via Thessaloniki, Drama, Serres and Kavala, one of which is just about 75 km.
The area offers alternative type of tourism, sites of intense archaeological, cultural, environmental and religious interest. There are many interesting excursions and short trips to the near by areas.
The city of Thessaloniki, the beautiful beaches of Halkidiki, the archaeological site of Amfipolis the picturesque town of Kavala, tour by boat to Mount Athos etc.
The market includes various shops such as supermarkets, health center, pharmacies, fast food, taverns, restaurants, cafes, bars etc.
Asprovalta beach is laureated by the prestigious Blue Flag award, which is granted only to top quality beaches in the European Union.
Besides gold sands and crystal clear water, Asprovalta Beach is surrounded by three mountains, which additionally contribute to its attractiveness.
The beach is 200 meters wide and a couple of kilometers longer than you got used to, which prevents overcrowding even during the peak season.
A myriad of bars, restaurants and confectionery shops can be found along the seaside promenade, and water sports enthusiast can find a variety of water sports on this exceptional beach.
This Blue Flag awarded beach is dotted with umbrellas and sun beds that can be used without a charge and the beach is exceptionally maintained.
The restaurants offer various culinary specialties for quite reasonable prices. Besides water sports, Asprovalta Beach features playgrounds, courts for beach volleyball, showers and cabins.