Saronida in antiquity was an area of the region of the Attic Saronic Gulf that was located on the coastal tertias, according to the administrative division of Kleisthenes. Today it is a popular holiday resort of Southeastern Attica built on the shores of the Saronic Gulf, in the wider residential complex of Lavreotiki. Administratively, it belongs to the Prefecture of Eastern Attica. The administrative boundaries of the community extend from the Lagonissi coastal zone to the mountain range of Mount Olympus, along the coastal zone of Southeastern Attica. The area is located at a distance of some 45 kilometers southeast of Athens and 10 kilometers west of Lavrion. The 6,670-acre district stretches at an altitude of just 10 meters from sea level, surrounded by mountains. In the 2011 census there was a population of 2584 inhabitants, a number that increases during the summer months when the Athenians visit their holiday homes. The building density is 315 inhabitants per square kilometer of land. The center of the community is located in front of the Saronic Sea, at the junction of Sounion Avenue and Saronida, where the area becomes accessible. Saronida has an organized urban plan that consists of semi-circular streets that start from the hill and meet on the seaside. The area, formerly called "PEFKA GIOURDA", was renamed "SARONIS" in 1965. The name derives from the Saronic Gulf, where the settlement is overlooked. Until 1979 it was administratively governed by the Anavyssos Community and has since been recognized as an independent Community of Saronida.
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