|Main source||central Corsica|
|River mouth||Mediterranean Sea
|Length||66 km (41 mi)|
The Taravo is a river on the island of Corsica, France. Its source is in the mountainous middle of the island, southeast of Monte Renoso. It flows generally southwest, through Palneca, Cozzano and Guitera-les-Bains. It ends in the Mediterranean Sea in Serra-di-Ferro, west of Propriano. Its entire course is in the Corse-du-Sud département.
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