Lao river runs from Basilicata, exactly from the slopes of Monte Serra del Prete and, after entering Calabria between the villages of Laino Borgo and Laino Castello, flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea, not far from Scalea, after a journey of more than 50 kilometres. Thanks to its particular shape, that ensures an important flow of water (Lao river has a catchment area of 606 square kilometres and an average rate of nearly 10 cubic meters per second) throughout the year and thanks to the wonderful scenery of its location has become a well known destination for passionate people who love of immersion in nature, canoeing and rafting.
- Author: redazione
- Date Posted: Dec 12, 2016
- Category: Environmental resources
- Address: Papasidero