Flogita is a waterfront village, built amphitheatrically and overlooking
Thermaikos Bay. It has a population of 1501 inhabitants, which increases to
several thousands in summertime.
Its organized sand beach is embellished with approximately 600 palm
trees. The beach of the village is one of the loveliest and cleanest in the prefecture.
The main occupations of its inhabitants are agriculture and tourism. History: Flogita was built by refugees who came to Greece from Cappadocia.
It was in Flogita (Russian monastery dependency) that the
first hospital operated until 1934. The hospital offered hospitalisation to
refugees and local inhabitants of southern Kalamaria.