Grevena (Greek: Γρεβενά) is a prefectures of Greece. Its capital is the city of Grevena. Much of the prefecture is mountainous. Grevena is the least populated prefecture in Greece. It was recreated in the 1960s from the old Kozani prefecture of which it was a part. Grevena has no provinces. It is bounded with the prefectures of Ioannina (Epirus) to the west, Kastoria to the northwest, Kozani to the north and east, Larisa to the southeast and Trikala to the south.
The mountains include Lygio to the west, Chasia to the southwest and the south anf Vourinos to the northeast. The longest river is Aliakmon which flows to its east, the central part and the northern part.
The region's economy relies on farming and agriculture, ecotourism, forest industry and the ski resort of Vasilitsa, which is a popular destination for winter holidays.
- Greece Interstate 15, S, Cen., N
- Greece Interstate 26, SE
- Via Egnatia (superhighway)/E90, SW, Cen., NE
|Municipality||YPES code||Seat||Postal code||Area code ((0)30-)|
|Irakliotes||0907||Agios Georgios||510 30||24620-41|
|Kosmas Aitolos||0909||Megaro||511 00||24620-73|
|Theodoros Ziakas||0908||Mavranei||511 00||24620-83|
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- See also: List of communities of Grevena