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AMMOULIANI (IEM), Island, CHALKIDIKI

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AMMOULIANI Island CHALKIDIKI

Overview

Ammouliani is the only inhabited island with a permanent population (approx 600 residents) in Halkidiki. It is situated in the gulf of Mount Athos, at a distance of approx.130 kilometres from Thessaloniki and is connected to the mainland with a ferry boat service with the opposite coast of Tripiti. The itineraries of the boats are in regular time intervals throughout the day. It has an extent of 4,5 kilometres. There are lots of hills and small valleys on the island which have blended in with the olive trees and low vegetation but there are no systematic cultures so the ecosystem remains untouched. The coasts present a variety of small shaped creeks with splendid sandy beaches. Weather conditions are not characterized by intense and we should remark that although an island, there are no strong winds especially during the summertime.The residents occupy themselves mainly with fishing and tourism.

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Population Census

Year Population
1991 606
1981 502

Geographical Data

Type of location: Port, Village, Tourist resort
Other Names: EMILIANI (Known as:), AMOLIANI (Alternative)
Postal Code: 63075
Tel +30 23770
Altitude: 5 meters
Longitude: 23o 55' 17.88" E
Latitude: 40o 19' 55.8" N

Located at/in/on:
Northeast (NE) part of: AGION OROS GULF, Gulf, CHALKIDIKI , GREECE

Distances:
219 Nautical miles South-Southwest (SSW) the port: PIRAEUS, Town, ATTIKI , GREECE

Ancient sites within Municipal's District:
AKANTHOS, Ancient city, CHALKIDIKI , GREECE
ASSIRA, Ancient city, CHALKIDIKI , GREECE
STOLOS, Ancient city, CHALKIDIKI , GREECE

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