|Number of subdivisions:|| 3 (Ampeli and|
38.008 (38°0'5") N 21.273 (21°16'34") E
| Population: (2001)|
Percent of the municipality
| 640 m (centre)|
near the settlement
|Postal code:||360 71|
|Car designation:|| |
Stathas (Greek: Σταθάς), is a small mountainous village of Greece. It is located in the north west part of Greece and belongs to the Aetolia-Acarnania prefecture. The village was known as Dounista (Greek: Δούνιστα or Ντούνιστα) until the late 20th century. The village belongs to the Inachos municipality (Valtou province). Its population is estimated about 467 inhabitants for the municipal district and 168 for the main village. The altitude of the main village is 640 meters above the sea level. The nearest major cities are Agrinion, Amfilochia and Arta.
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The population of the village dropped between the years 1981-1991. Many young people left the village looking for better living conditions to other parts of Greece and even abroad.