Sykologos (Greek: Συκολόγος), is a village in the prefecture of Heraklion, in Crete, Greece. It is the last village that can be found in southeast of Heraklion prefecture. Its population was 359 in 2001 . It is 81.5 km from Heraklion , 16 km from Ano Viannos , 28 km from Ierapetra and 7.5 km from the coastline of the Libyan Sea at Tertsa. Today it is a part of Municipality of Viannos. Olives and bananas are the main crops. Some people from Sykologos reside in Psari Forada and in Tertsa. The village name stems from an ancient word for "fig collector".
Population over the last 50 years
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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