Enipeas at Xylades, Farsala.
|- location||Phthiotis, Greece|
|Length||84 km (52 mi)|
|Progression||Pineios→ Aegean Sea|
The Enipeas (Greek: Ενιπέας) or Enipeus (Ancient Greek: Ἐνιπεύς) is a river in central Greece, tributary of the Pineios near Farkadona. It is 84 km (52 mi) long. Its source is in the northern part of Phthiotis, on the plateau of Domokos. It course runs through several of the tetrades of ancient Thessaly, from Achaea Phthiotis in South through Phthia to finally flow into the Pineios in Histiaeotis.
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