Agios Serafeim (Greek: Άγιος Σεραφείμ meaning Saint Seraphim) is a village near the town of Molos in Phthiotis, Greece. It is situated by the Malian Gulf. Agios Serafeim is situated with a road linking Molos and Agios Konstantinos and the GR-1/E75 (Athens - Lamia - Thessaloniki). The 2001 population was 1,039. Agios Serafim is located about 180 km from Athens, 35 km ESE of Lamia and 6 km from Kamena Vourla. The area is famous for its olive production. It is the largest area in the municipality. It is situated in a mountainous area and the beach are surrounded by one, the rest of the area are made up of farmlands.
Agios Serafim has a large company production. In the central square, it has taverns for dinner, cafeterias, bars and at the beach, seafood restaurants. The main production other than tourism is agriculture and the population lives in rural areas. The town produces its olive oil production as well as olives and cereals. Today, the town has olive factories as well as wine productions, the area has vineyards as well as wineries. The cereals, cottons and peanuts are the other main source of agriculture. Livestock is the second main source of agriculture.
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