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Canale-di-Verde is 19 kilometres (12 mi) to the east of Moïta, but 5 kilometres (3 mi) as the crow flies, on an escarpment hanging over the Plaine Orientale. The commune, which culminates at la punta di a Campana, extends between the sea on the one hand and the torrent of Allistro on the other, at the mouth of which is found a ruined Genoese tower of the same name. The reservoir of Peri there is used to irrigate 26 hectares (64 acres) of vines.