Rivers in Greece
Greek Rivers: the biggest ones28-01-2013 12:44Here are the biggest Greek rivers, all gathered in a list according to their length. By their number, you can get an idea of the waters and the verdurous lands that Greece is full of, as well as the outdoor activities you can enjoy…
- Aliakmonas: 297 km
- Acheloos: 220 km
- Pineios (or Thessalikos): 205 km
- Evros: 204 km over Greek land (480 km in total)
- Nestos: 130 km (243 in total)
- Strimonas: 118 km (392 km in total)
- Thyamis (or Kalamas): 115 km
- Alfeios: 110 km
- Enipeas (or Thessalikos): 84 km
- Evrotas: 82 km
- Louros: 80 km
- Spercheios: 80 km
- Evinos: 80 km
- Tavropos (or Megdovas): 78 km
- Axios: 76 km over Greek land (380 in total)
- Aoos: 70 km (260 in total)
- Gallikos: 70 km
- Ladonas: 70 km
- Mornos: 70 km
- Pineios: 70 km
- Kompsatos: 68 km
- Loudias: 60 km
- Kifissos (or Viotikos): 60 km
- Lissos (or Filiouris): 58 km
- Asopos: 57 km
- Vozvozis: 55 km
- Kosinthos: 55 km
There are more rivers, smaller though. In the future you’ll have the chance to read more details about each of them, so… return to www.touristorama.com!
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