In Greek mythology, Callirhoe (or Kallirhoe, Callirrhoe ) (Ancient Greek: Καλλιρό, Καλλιρρόη, or Καλλιρρόης means 'beautiful flow' or beautiful stream') was one of the Oceanids, daughters of Titans Oceanus and Tethys.
Callirhoe had consorted with Chrysaor, Neilus, Poseidon and Manes. By Chrysaor, she became the mother of the monsters Geryon and Echidna while Chione was her daughter by the river-god of Egypt, Neilus. Meanwhile, to Poseidon, she borne Minyas, founder of Minyan Orchomenus and Cotys, a king of Maeonia was her child by Manes.
Callirhoe was the naiad who became the companion of Persephone when the daughter of Demeter was abducted by the lord of the dead, Hades. She was one of the three ancestors of the Tyrians, along with Abarbarea and Drosera.
Jupiter's moon Callirrhoe is named after her.