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Piperi (Greece)

Native name: Πιπέρι
Piperi (Greece) is located in Greece
Piperi (Greece) (Greece)
Archipelago Sporades
Highest elevation 324 m (1,063 ft)
Region Thessaly
Regional unit Sporades
Municipality Alonnisos
Population 6 (as of 2011)

Piperi (Greek: Πιπέρι meaning pepper) is a Greek island in the Northern Sporades. It is administratively part of the municipality of Alonnisos and, after Skyros, is the Sporades' easternmost island. As of 2011, the resident population of the island was 6.[1]


  • Nearest islands and islets 1
  • References 2
  • Sources 3
  • External links 4

Nearest islands and islets

Its nearest islands and islets are Gioura to the west and Psathoura to the northwest. The island of Piperi is the core of the Park and is strictly protected. Its approach by any vessel without special permission is forbidden. The aim of the restrictions is the protection of the important habitat of the monk seal, and also of the birds of prey which live and reproduce on the inaccessible rocks of the island, which are also home to some rare plant species. Piperi has precipitous, rocky shores and its vegetation is dominated by pine forests, although there are also some holly, frygana and chasmophytes to be found on the cliffs. There are 33 species of birds and it is estimated that the island is home to about 350 - 400 pairs of Eleonora's falcon (Falco eleonorae).


  1. ^ "Detailed census results 2011" (xls 2,7 MB) (in Ελληνικά). National Statistical Service of Greece. 


  • National Marine Park Zone A

External links

  • Piperi on GTP Travel Pages (in English and Greek)
  • Official website of Municipality of Aloníssos (Greek)
  • Piperi island info on (in English and Greek)

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