|- location||Mount Lykaion|
|- location||Ionian Sea|
|Length||31 km (19 mi)|
The Neda (Greek: Νέδα) is a river in the western Peloponnese in Greece. It is 31 km (19 mi) long, and its drainage area is 278 km2 (107 sq mi). It is unique in the sense that it is the only river in Greece with a feminine name.
The river begins on the southern slope of Mount Lykaion, near the village of Neda in northern Messenia. It flows to the west through a varied landscape of barren rock and forests. From near Figaleia until its mouth it forms the border of Messenia and Elis. There is a well known waterfall near the village Platania. The Neda flows into the Gulf of Kyparissia, a bay of the Ionian Sea, near the village Giannitsochori.
Places along the river
- Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment, Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, p. 38
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