Dave and Gerry's Alonissos Island Information Site
 

Islands of the Marine Park

There are around two dozen islands in the Marine Park which range from large islands to tiny bits of rock in the sea.  Although the large inhabited island of Alonissos is the most important from a human perspective, it must be remembered that the Marine Park is about the animals that inhabit the environs as well.  We have compiled a list of all the islands we currently have information about, along with their geometric coordinates.  The list starts with the most northerly island Psathoura and ends with the most southerly island Koraka and stretches from the most westerly island Alonissos to the most easterly island Piperi.
 
Island Latitude (Degs, Mins, Secs) Longitude (Degs, Mins, Secs)
Psathoura 39 30' 0 N 24 10' 60 E
Miga (Psathouropoula) 39 28' 60 N 24 10' 60 E
Gioura 39 23' 23 N 24 9' 59 E
Pappous 39 21' 0 N 24 7' 0 E
Piperi 39 20' 54 N 24 19' 18 E
Grammeza (Prasso) 39 20' 34 N 24 8' 8 E
Sfigia 39 19' 60 N 24 4' 60 E
Kyra Panagia (Pelagos) 39 19' 41 N 24 4' 21 E
Melissa 39 17' 60 N 24 4' 60 E
Moro Moules 39 16' 0 N 23 58' 60 E
Pelerissa 39 15' 0 N 24 1' 60 E
Lechousa (Lykorema) 39 13' 52 N 24 0' 0 E
Alonissos 39 13' 0 N 23 55' 0 E
Peristera (Xero) 39 11' 17 N 23 58' 13 E
Kambria 39 8' 60 N 24 0' 0 E
Adelfopoulo 39 7' 42 N 23 59' 5 E
Adelfi 39 6' 52 N 23 58' 37 E
Polirikhos 39 4' 60 N 23 56' 60 E
Skantzoura 39 4' 43 N 24 6' 41 E
Prasso 39 4' 22 N 24 5' 46 E
Gaidharos 39 4' 0 N 23 56' 60 E
Skantili 39 2' 60 N 24 4' 60 E
Koraka 39 2' 8 N 24 3' 45 E
 
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