Stavros is a seaside village near Asprovalta and Nea Vrasna. Stavros is located in the beginning of Halkidiki area at the North East and is 65 km away from the city of Thessaloniki.
Stavros Beach has also been awarded the Blue Flag, certifying its excellent waters.
Stavros is at an altitude of 10 meters and population is about 3,672. The postal code of Stavros is 57014 and its telephone access code is (+30) 23970. The community of Stavros covers an area of 16.50 km².
Stavros is a coastal summer destination, with unique natural beauty combining green mountains and the endless blue sea.
In clear water you can enjoy swimming, fishing, diving and all water sports. The entertainment of the area covers all the needs of the visitor, younger and older. You can find various Taverns and Restaurants at the seaside area, with Greek and European cuisine, coffee-bars and clubs.
24,25,26/7 – Four-days of music and the “Festival of the Sea” every year in the event for Agia Paraskevi celebration.
You can taste various special sardines by the sea and music.
Where to Stay
Asprovalta and Nea Vrasna are not belong in geographical area of Halkidiki, but is very close to East Halkidiki and located it at North-East in Strymonikos bay.
Asprovalta – Strymonikos Bay
Asprovalta is an important tourist resort in the region, hosting thousands of visitors from Greece and abroad during the summer season. Located just at the border of three prefectures (Halkidiki, Thessaloniki and Kavala), combining harmoniously the green mountains and blue sea.
Thessaloniki in unique destination that will pleasantly surprise you and offer you an unforgettable experience!
As a modern European metropolis Thessaloniki is ideal for every museum and history lover offering more than 22 museums and several archaeological sites in the city center alone! In addition, the city’s nightlife will amaze you while it’s most important commercial avenues like Tsimiski and Mitropoleos are considered a shopping paradise!