Dimitra (Greek: Δήμητρα) is a small village located next to the plains of Elis. It is part of the municipality of Vartholomio and is 4 km N, Distance from Kyllini is 9 km SE and about 5 km W of GR-9/E55. The village centre lies on a hilly setting located 100 m from the plain of Elis. The population is about 200. The village was known as Troube until somewhere in the 19th century when it changed its name. Its geography is near some mixed farming in the north while the west and south is covered with olive and some citrus groves.

Dimitra's nearest communes are Machos in the west, Neochori in the northwest, Regleika and Strousi in the north, Kardiakafti in the east and Vartholomio in the south. The village centre includes a plateia/square with a church. The main road to Kavassila for 200 m is covered with large trees with a height of around 5 m.

The other small communities include Reglaiika, commonly Regleika with a tiny population and a few houses. It is now connected by a gravel road to Strousi and Myrsini. The area to the northwest, between Dimitra and Neochori, is largely forested


  • Location:
    • Latitude: 37.8835 (37°53'7') N
    • Longitude: 21.22 (21°13'21) N
  • Postal code: 270 50
  • Elevation: about 15 m
  • Dialing code: +11+30-26230-2 (030-26230-2)

It is one of the fastest growing village in the prefecture with a doubling time of 9 years between 1981 and 1990. It grew enormously at 113.95%. But declined in 2001.

Year Village Population Communal population
1981 172 -
1991 368 -
2001 307 283

See also

Communities of Ilia

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