Sagiada is a village and a former municipality in Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece. Sagiada stretches between the Ionian Sea to the west and Albania to the north. It is the westernmost point of mainland Greece. The river Thyamis flows into sea 4 km south of the village Sagiada. There are plains in the southern part of the municipal unit, and mountains on the Albanian border.
The village Sagiada is 15 km northwest of the capital of Thesprotia, Igoumenitsa, and 4 km south of the Albanian town of Konispol. The origin of the name Sagiada is most probably arabic, meaning a place where fish is in abundance.