Location of Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands.
Aheloy Nunatak (Ахелойски Нунатак, Aheloyski Nunatak, [axɛˈlɔjski ˈnunatak]) is a rocky 390m peak in the upper Huron Glacier in Livingston Island. The peak forms the northeast extremity of a minor ridge which also features Erma Knoll and Lozen Nunatak, and is linked to Zograf Peak by Lozen Saddle. The peak was first visited on 31 December 2004 by the Bulgarian Lyubomir Ivanov from Camp Academia, and was mapped in the Bulgarian Tangra 2004/05 topographic survey. The peak was named after the Black Sea settlement of Aheloy, Bulgaria.
The peak is located at 62°38′23.3″S 60°07′53.5″W / 62.639806°S 60.131528°W which is 1.6 km east-southeast of Kuzman Knoll, 2.48 km south by east of Maritsa Peak, 1.6 km north-northeast of Zograf Peak and 270 m north-northeast of Erma Knoll.