Asprovalta

  • Aspra Valta

Village in Central Macedonia

A panoramic photo depicting the houses of Asprovalta with the sea and the mountains as a background.
photo: Knop92

Attractions, Beaches & Things to Do in or near Asprovalta

Promenade of Asprovalta

Wide cobbled-stoned pedestrianized road constructed by the sandy beach that hosts many restaurants and cafés and is ideal for an evening walk.

Umbrellas and sunbeds lying on the beach of Asprovalta.
↗ NE   < 1km

Asprovalta Beach, Volvi Thessaloniki

At the center of Strymonikos gulf coast, the sand & pebble beach of the homonymous settlement offers quality infrastructure and amenities.

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Numerous umbrellas and sunbeds lying on the beach of Vrasna in the area of Volvi of Thessaloniki.
↓ S   ≈ 4.8km

Vrasna Beach, Volvi Thessaloniki

The mixed "sandy with few pebbles" beach belongs to the settlement located in the foothills of the mountain between Asprovalta and Stavros.

A traditional stone-built building that houses a taverna opposite to the central square of Vrasna.
← W   ≈ 6.9km

Old Vrasna Village

Old village built on the slope of Strymonikos gulf standing for its traditional architecture, the delicious local dishes and the amazing views.

A photo depicting people, umbrellas, and sunbeds at the Stavros of the Volvi area of Thessaloniki.
↓ S   ≈ 8.2km

Stavros Beach, Volvi Thessaloniki

Main beach of Stavros located next to the small fishing port. It's sandy with pebbles clusters and its shallow waters make it ideal for kids.

A photo of the Platani beach of Stavros showing the lush vegetation reaching the sea.
↓ S   ≈ 8.4km

Platani Beach, Stavros Volvi

Εxtremely shallow and crystal-clear waters of a beach located west of Stavros by a small oasis of plane trees that offer natural shadow.

A picture taken from the sea showing the beach and the settlement of Stavros during the sunset.
↓ S   ≈ 8.6km

Stavros, Thessaloniki

Town located in the western part of the Strymonic Gulf with a famous seafront that attracts many tourists during the summer season.

An panoramic photo showing the hill and the remnants of the Rentina Castle surrounded by mountains and vegetation.
↙ SW   ≈ 13.9km

Rentina Castle

A spot with traces of human presence from the Neolithic era that became a crucial fortification from the Byzantine until the Ottoman period.

A picture showing the exterior of the church of Agia Marina surrounded by the green beautiful landscape.
↙ SW   ≈ 15.5km

Agia Marina Church, Rentina

Impressive post-Byzantine church with an exceptional and distinctive architectural style with the rock to be the main constructional material.

A close up picture of the waterfalls of Varvara in Halkidiki.
↓ S   ≈ 18.7km

Varvara Waterfalls

Hidden in an area of natural beauty and dense vegetation is a unique and stunning destination that attracts many relaxation seekers.

The marble statue of Amphipolis placed on a pedestal surrounded by the green lush vegetation of the area.
photo: dragoku
↗ NE   ≈ 20.6km

Lion of Amphipolis

The trademark of the prefecture of Serres, a monument that dates from the 4th century BC and was honoring a famous person or acts of glory.

A photo of the Olympiada Beach of Halkidiki.
↘ SE   ≈ 21.6km

Olympiada Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki

Sandy beach with pebbles while entering the water, while it offers numerous food and drink choices.

The coastal promenade next to the beach of Olympiada.
↘ SE   ≈ 21.7km

Olympiada, Chalkidiki

Settlement that was founded by Greek refugees from Asia Minor and bears the name of the mother of Alexander the Great.

The waters of the lake reflecting the blue skies, one fishing boat lying at the shore and another is in the lake.
↙ SW   ≈ 21.8km

Lake Volvi, Thessaloniki

The largest in Macedonia and the second largest natural lake of Greece that is a significant natural reserve for the whole area.

The remnants of the Stagira archaeological site with the deep blue of the Aegean Sea as a background.
↘ SE   ≈ 22.2km

Archaeological Site of Ancient Stageira

The remnants of an ancient city that is exceptionally famous due to the fact that it is the homeplace of the ancient philosopher Aristotle.

A picture of the interior of one room with displays and exhibits at the Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis.
↗ NE   ≈ 23.5km

Archaeological Museum of Amphipolis

Includes items from the broader ancient city that extend from the Prehistoric to the Byzantine era.

The statue of Aristotle, an interactive instrument, and the mountain behind the Aristotle's Park.
↓ S   ≈ 29.8km

Aristotle's Park, Stagira

An absolutely worth-visiting theme park that educates the public about Aristotle's physics rules through interactive appliances.

An overview of the settlement of Stratoni that includes Stratoni Beach.
↘ SE   ≈ 35.1km

Stratoni Beach, Aristotelis Halkidiki

A well-organized public beach that stands for its sand and takes advantage of the amenities and the infrastructure of the local settlement.

A picture taken from the Nea Apollonia spa facilities showing the view of the shore of Volvi lake.
← W   ≈ 37.1km

Spa of Nea Apollonia, Loutra Volvis

The currently closed spa facilities of Nea Apollonia which were famous for the healing properties of their thermal springs.

A typical street of Arnaia and houses with the traditional architecture.
↓ S   ≈ 37.1km

Arnaia

Traditional settlement of the mountainous Halkidiki that is famous for the local architecture and the picturesque surrounding landscape.

The green landscape and the dense vegetation of the Holomontas Mountain region.
↙ SW   ≈ 46.2km

Mount Cholomon, Chalkidiki

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Breathtaking natural landscapes that cover the biggest part of the central and east Halkidiki.

Questions & Answers about Asprovalta

Why Visit Asprovalta?
  • Very easy access through the Egnatia Motorway.
  • Attracts thousands of tourists especially from the Balkan countries.
  • The town's population during the summer months raizes to a great extent.