38.0225 (38°1'25") N 201.3875 (21°23'17") E
| Population: (2001)|
Percent of the municipality
stream (around 10 m)
around 30 m
approximately 60 to 70 m (southeastern part)
|Postal code:||GR-270 52|
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Psari (Greek: Ψάρι meaning fish in Modern Greek), older forms: Psario and Psarion is a Greek settlement located 3 km southeast of the municipal seat of Vouprasia, Varda. Psari is also a part of the Varda municipal district. Its population in 2001 was 500. Psari is linked with a road linking Varda and Borsi as well as the Pineios Dam (not a main route from Patras due to several road difficulties especially before the pavement of the road in the 1990s) and its curves.
Psari are linked with a road linking to Neapoli and Spata. The old and the new GR-9 (Patras - Pyrgos - Kyparissia) is linked less than 2 km north. The power transformer powering hydro with one line to the island of Zakynthos and Kefalonia and the western Peloponnese is to the south.
The geography consists of farmlands which includes olive groves, pastures, fruits and vegetables and other crops and forests covers the remainder of the area. The stream which includes a ravine which flows from the mountains is to the north. Much of the area are forested and the area are hilly.
The residential area lines up within the two main roads and features a water tower that can be seen to the northern portion and from Varda.
|Year||Municipal population||Change|| Percent of the|
| Percent of the|
|1991||359||+201 or +5.24%||-||-|
|2001||500||+141 or +39.3%||11.34%||44.62%|