Perama (Greek: Πέραμα) is a port city and a suburb of Piraeus, Greece that lies on the southwest edge of the Aegaleo mountains. It creates the western terminus of the Port of Piraeus (Athens' port) and there is also a port that provides ferry services to Salamis. The town has only one main road connecting Lambrakis and Ralli Avenues, along with the rest of Athens. Much of the community is rocky and mountainous.
Perama has schools, lyceums, gymnasia, banks, a police station a post office, a secondary soccer team named Peramaikos F.C and squares (plateies).
Perama is the part of mainland Greece where the Battle of Salamis took place. There was no community there at that time, only the rocky mountain Aegaleo, so there was no name for this territory. The name Perama comes from the greek word "perasma" which means passage.