Lištica (also: Jasenica) is a sinking river in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is listed as the second coldest river in Europe and is prone to constant flooding mostly during winter. The Lištica River connects to the Borak spring at the base of the mountainside of Široki Brijeg. The city of Široki Brijeg was named Lištica after the Lištica River during the SFR Yugoslavia (1945–1990) but changed its name when the country dissolved back into Bosnia. Today the river is primarily used to turn the water mills that grind wheat and it serves as a sightseeing attraction for the tourists of Široki Brijeg.
The Lištica sinks in the area of Mostarsko Blato seasonal lake and appears in Rodoč suburb of Mostar as the Jasenica, and after short course it empties into the Neretva near Ortiješ, south of Mostar.