Selinountas (river)

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Selinountas
Native name Σελινούντας
Country Greece
Basin
Main source Achaea
River mouth Gulf of Corinth near Aigio
38°13′40″N 22°8′57″E / 38.22778°N 22.14917°E / 38.22778; 22.14917Coordinates: 38°13′40″N 22°8′57″E / 38.22778°N 22.14917°E / 38.22778; 22.14917
Physical characteristics
Length about 40 km (25 mi)

The Selinountas (Greek: Σελινούντας) is a river in Achaea, Greece. Its source is on Mount Erymanthos, near the village Kato Vlasia in southern Achaea. It flows in generally northeastern direction, through the municipalities Kalavryta and Aigialeia. It flows into the Gulf of Corinth in the village Valimitika, near the town Aigio.