|Native name: Κυρά Παναγιά|
|Coordinates||39°20′N 24°04′E / 39.33°N 24.07°ECoordinates: 39°20′N 24°04′E / 39.33°N 24.07°E|
|Highest elevation||302 m (991 ft)|
|Highest point||Mt. Panagias|
|Postal code||370 05|
Kyra Panagia (Greek: Κυρά Παναγιά [ˈcira paˈnaʝa]) is a Greek island in the Sporades. It is administratively part of the municipality of Alonnisos in the Sporades regional unit. The island is also known by the name of Pelagos and rarely Pelagonisi. . A bay in the south west of the island is named Agios Petros. Kyra Panagia has belonged to the Athonite monastery of Megisti Lavra since it was granted the island by the Byzantine emperor Nikephoros II Phokas in 963. There is a monastery, currently (2011) under restoration and inhabited by a single monk, on the east coast of the island. As of 2011, the resident population of the island was 2. Kyra Panagia is in Zone B of the Alonnisos Marine Park.
Nearest islands and islets
- "Detailed census results 2011" (xls 2,7 MB) (in Greek). National Statistical Service of Greece.
- Kyra Panagia (Pelagos) on GTP Travel Pages (English) (Greek)
- Official website of Municipality of Aloníssos (Greek)