|Length||53 km (33 mi)|
|Basin area||422 km2 (163 sq mi)|
The upper reaches are known as the Sosio, becoming the Verdura after it is joined by the Lisandro. It is 53 kilometres (33 mi) long, with a catchment area of 422 square kilometres (163 sq mi). There are two hydroelectric dams, at Cristia and Favara. The fertile valley produces navel oranges, almonds, wine and olive oil.
- Fulco di Verdura, jeweller, and the last person to bear the now-defunct Sicilian ducal title of Verdura.
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