Olympos (Greek: ) is a municipality in the Larissa Prefecture, Greece. Population 3588 (2001). The seat of the municipality is Kallithea which in Greek means a nice view. The municipality is named after the nation's tallest summit, Mount Olympus. Olympos is linked with the GR-3 or the E65 and the GR-13 (Elassona - Katerini). One of the municipalities bounded is Elassonas to the southwest. The Pieria prefecture along with Kato Olympos is to the northeast.
The municipality are made up of mountains covering the area with forests in the western and the central parts as well as grasslands. The eastern part are barren and unvegetated with Mount Olympus to the east. Kallithea is situated in a valley area, forests dominate much of the area, farmlands and groves dominate the valley areas as well as most of its hilly areas. Greece's tallest point, Mount Olympus is to the northeast
Kallithea Elassonos also features a Panhelladic Motocross.
Olympos has a schools, the only lyceum (middle school) and gymnasium (high school), banks, churches, a post office, a police station, a health centre and a pharmacy and a square (plateia).
Division of the municipality
Pythio (old Form Pythion)
Kallithea, Olympos mountain in the background
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