|Coordinates: 37°27′15″N 22°34′04″E / 37.4541°N 22.5678°ECoordinates: 37°27′15″N 22°34′04″E / 37.4541°N 22.5678°E|
|• Population||394 (2011)|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (EET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+3 (EEST)|
Elaiochori (Greek: Ελαιοχώρι [eleoˈxori]) is a mountain village in Arcadia, Greece. It lies near the border of Argolis. It was historically called Masklina (Greek: Μάσκλινα [ˈmasklina]), a Slavic name meaning "olives". The Korinth-Kalamata railway runs through the village. Elaiochori has a population of 394 (2011 census) and is part of the municipal unit of Korythio. Its name comes from its considerable production of olives and olive oil.