Otava River near Vrcovice
|Basin size||3,826.8 km2 (1,477.5 sq mi)|
|Length||111.7 km (69.4 mi)|
The Otava is a river in West and South Bohemia, Czech Republic. It is 112 kilometres (70 mi) long and is a left tributary of the Vltava. The river flows through several towns, including Sušice, Strakonice and Písek. The river's name is of Celtic origin. It is a popular river for water sports. The local dialect of Prachens also uses the name "Wotāva".
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