Asprovalta is a town in the regional unit of Thessaloniki in northern Greece. It was the seat of the Agios Georgios municipality. Since the implementation of the Kallikratis Plan in January 2011, Asprovalta belongs to the Municipality of Volvi. Its population numbers 3039 people. According to a manuscript of Simonopetra monastery in Mount Athos, Asprovalta was built in the 16th century. Its first name was Aspra Valta. After the Asia Minor Disaster, 54 families from Erenköy of Troas (near the ancient city of Ophryneion) were installed in Asprovalta.
Stavros is a village and a community of the Volvi municipality.Before the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality of Egnatia, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011. census recorded 3,672 inhabitants in the village. The community of Stavros covers an area of 16.5 km2.
1st day – August 25 Arrival in Asprovalta, Nea Vrasna or Stavros. Check in at the selected hotel. Lunch. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight.
2nd day– August 26 Breakfast. Press conference. Free time for individual activities. Optional visit to Thessaloniki. Lunch. Opening ceremony. Participant groups’ performances. Dinner. Optional night out. Overnight.
3rd day– August 27 Breakfast. Info presentation. Optional trip to Kavala. Lunch. Participant groups’ performances. Closing ceremony. Dinner. Optional night out. Overnight.
4th day– August 28 Breakfast. Free time at the beach. Lunch. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Optional night out. Overnight.
5th day– August 29 Breakfast. Free time at the beach. Lunch. Optional night out. Dinner. Overnight.
6th day – August 30 Breakfast. Hotel check out and departure. End of services.