The Islet of Strongili seen from Southwest
|Area||0.9 km2 (0.35 sq mi)|
|Population||9 (as of 2001)|
|Density||10 /km2 (30 /sq mi)|
Strongyli Kastellorizou (Greek: Στρογγυλή Μεγίστης), also called Strongili or Ipsili, is a Greek islet which lies in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, about five nautical miles south-east of the island of Kastelorizo. The island is about 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles) long, and up to 700 metres (2,300 ft) wide. It covers an area of about 0.9 square kilometre (0.3 sq mi). It is rather flat and covered with macchia. The islet has no permanent residents.
Strongyli is the easternmost Greek Territory. Administratively it is part of the Municipality of Megisti. The 2001 Greek census showed a population of nine inhabitants. It has a lighthouse, which has the characteristic of being the easternmost building in Greece. The Turkish name for the island is Çam Adası.
- Official website of Municipality of Megisti (English) (Greek)