On the Strymonikos Gulf, Asprovalta has grown into a popular tourist destination, attracting thousands of visitors throughout the summer months.
It is located on the border of three prefectures: Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, and Kavala, and it is characterised by a harmonic combination of green mountains and blue sea.
Asprovalta may be reached easily through Thessaloniki, Drama, Serres, and Kavala, the latter of which is just approximately 75 kilometres away.
The region offers a unique sort of tourism, with archaeological, cultural, environmental, and religious sites of great archaeological, cultural, and environmental significance.
There are several intriguing excursions and short journeys to nearby locations to choose from.