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List of postal codes in Greece

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List of postal codes in Greece

This is a list of the first 3 digits and the regions of the postal codes in Greece.

Contents

  • 100s: Athens Metropolitan Area 1
  • 200s: Peloponnese and the southern Ionian 2
  • 300s: Central Greece, the Sporades and Lefkada 3
  • 400s: Thessaly, Epirus and Corfu including southeastern Grevena 4
  • 500s: Central, Northwestern, Western and Southern Macedonia excluding southeastern Grevena 5
  • 600s: Central, Eastern, Northern, Southern Macedonia and Thrace 6
  • 700s: Crete 7
  • 800s: Kythira and The Aegean 8
  • References 9

100s: Athens Metropolitan Area

200s: Peloponnese and the southern Ionian

300s: Central Greece, the Sporades and Lefkada

400s: Thessaly, Epirus and Corfu including southeastern Grevena

500s: Central, Northwestern, Western and Southern Macedonia excluding southeastern Grevena

600s: Central, Eastern, Northern, Southern Macedonia and Thrace

700s: Crete

800s: Kythira and The Aegean

  • The 900s are omitted.

References

  • Hellenic Post official website (Greek) (English)
  • Greek Yellow Pages (XO.gr) - Greek Postal Codes' Finder (ZIP Codes of Greece) (English)
  1. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 23065
  2. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 70005
  3. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 73003
  4. ^ http://english.kwdikes.gr
  5. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 73010
  6. ^ http://english.kwdikes.gr
  7. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 81103
  8. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 81108
  9. ^ Greek Yellow Pages 81110
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