Sagiada (Greek: Σαγιάδα) is a village and a former municipality in Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Filiates, of which it is a municipal unit. Its 2001 population was 897 for the village and 2,160 for the municipality. The seat of the municipality was in Asprokklisi. Sagiada is connected with the GR-19 that connects Preveza by the way of Paramythia, Filiates and Konispol, Albania. Albania is 5 km to the north. Sagiada is situated on a bay of the Ionian Sea and offers views to the island of Corfu and the mountains to the northwest. Sagiada is located west of Ioannina, northwest of Filiates and the Greek capital city of Athens, north of Igoumenitsa and south of the Albanian city of Konispol.
The municipal unit Sagiada is subdivided into the following communities:
Its geography consists of almost entirely mountainous with several valleys The forest are in the central part, the grasslands are also dominant and grasslands to the north and the northwest corner. Sagiada is the westernmost municipality and the westernmost point on the Greek mainland.
Sagiada has schools, a few lyceums (middle school) a gymnasium (secondary school), churches, banks, shops and a square (plateia). Its nearest university is east in Ioannina, the University of Ioannina.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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