Many rivers flow through Greece, of which none is navigable. In some of the largest rivers, the deltas formed by the outflow towards the sea are important wetlands, such as Haliacmon and Evros. Rivers such as the Pineios in Thessaly, provide water to large areas of agricultural land with the help of channels, while in other cases artificial lakes for the operation of hydroelectric plants have been created.
The longest river is Haliacmon. Below you will find a table with the longest rivers in Greece. The length shown is that running through Greek territory.