| Ionian Sea|
| Monte Lauro
986 m (3,235 ft)|
Necropolis of Pantalica, Ciane, Riserva naturale orientata, Hyblaean Mountains, Riserva naturale Fiume Ci
The Anapo (Sicilian: Ànapu) is a river in Sicily whose ancient Greek name is similar to the word for "swallowed up" and at many points on its course it runs underground. The Greek myth of Anapos is associated with it.
The river springs from the Monte Lauro in the Hyblaean Mountains (hills), near Palazzolo Acreide, crossing the whole territory of Syracuse, where it flows into the Ciane.
Historically, its waters were used to feed the aqueduct of Syracuse, built in 480 BC by the tyrannt Gelo and running for 22 kilometres (14 mi). Its waters now power the hydroelectrical station near Solarino.