Pserimos

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Pserimos
Native name: Ψέριμος
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The island of Pserimos
Pserimos is located in Greece
Pserimos
Pserimos
Location in Greece
Geography
Location Aegean Sea
Coordinates 36°56′0″N 27°8′0″E / 36.93333°N 27.13333°E / 36.93333; 27.13333Coordinates: 36°56′0″N 27°8′0″E / 36.93333°N 27.13333°E / 36.93333; 27.13333
Archipelago Dodecanese
Administration
Greece
Administrative region South Aegean
Regional unit Kalymnos
Municipality Kalymnos
Demographics
Population 80 (2011)

Pserimos (Greek: Ψέριμος Δωδεκανήσου) is a small Greek island in the Dodecanese chain, lying between Kalymnos and Kos in front of the coast of Turkey. It is part of the municipality of Kálymnos, and reported a population of 80 inhabitants at the 2011 census.[1]

The main industry is tourism, with Greek and other European holidaymakers attracted by its remote location. There are several beaches and a number of taverns, some of which offer accommodation.

Pserimos is served by a daily ferry from Pothia, on the island of Kalymnos, and is a destination on the itinerary of a number of cruise boats in the area.

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