Neto River

The Neto near Santa Severina
Country Italy
Region Calabria
 - left Lese, Vitravo
 - right Arvo, Ampollino
Source Sila Mountains
 - location Timpone Sorbella
 - elevation 1,850 m (6,070 ft)
Mouth Gulf of Taranto
 - location Fasana
Length 80 km (50 mi)
Basin 1,070 km2 (413 sq mi)
 - average 36 m3/s (1,271 cu ft/s)

The Neto is a river in Calabria, southern Italy. It is the second largest river of Calabria after the Crati.


The Crati rises in the central Sila Mountains in the province of Cosenza. It starts at as the Timpone Sorbella at an elevation of 1,850 meters, near the Botte Donato, the highest peak in the Sila Mountains.

It enters the province of Crotone at Cotronei; other communes crossed by it include Scandale and Rocca di Neto, after which it enters the Ionian Sea near the locality of Fasana.

Coordinates: 39°12′21″N 17°08′53″E / 39.2057°N 17.1480°E / 39.2057; 17.1480

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