List of rivers of Portugal
This is a list of the rivers of Portugal. There are only rivers in Continental Portugal, and none in the islands of Madeira and the Azores.Note: List was taken from pt:Anexo:Lista de rios de Portugal....
Vez River
The Vez River (Rio Vez) is a river in Portugal. It is approximately 36 kilometres (22 mi) long.
8°26′24″W / 41.90278°N 8.44000°W / 41.90278; -8.44000
The Guadiana River ([ɡwaðiˈana], [ɡwɐðiˈɐ̃nɐ]), or Odiana, is an international river defining a long stretch of the Portuguese–Spanish border, separating Extremadura and Andalucia (Spain) from Alente...
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Bensafrim River
Bensafrim River (Rio Bensafrim) is a river in Portugal.
Alcobaça River (Portugal)
Alcoa River is a river in Portugal. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Nazaré. The two rivers, Alcoa and Baça confluent in the centre of Alcobaça passing the earlier (now arable land) sea of Pedern...
Alcobaça River (Portugal) - Wikipedia
Boco River
Boco is a river in Portugal. It flows into Ria de Aveiro.The Boco River is the location where Hitler stored his chemical warheads during the Spanish Civil War.
Abadia River
Abadia River is a river in Portugal. It flows into the Alcobaça River.
Cértima River
The Cértima River (Portuguese: Rio Cértima) is a river in Portugal that runs through the freguesia of Barrô e Aguada de Baixo, in Águeda Municipality, Aveiro District.
Algés River
Algés River flows into the Tagus River in Algés Parish, Portugal. Since Algés grew, some parts of the river where covered, and now it runs under the ground, including the final stretch to the sea. 9°1...
Algés River - Wikipedia
Tua River
Tua is a river in northeastern Portugal, flowing by the border of Vila Real District and Bragança District. It is a tributary of the Douro River. The biggest and most important city it flows through i...
Tua River - Wikipedia
Arunca River
Arunca River (Portuguese: Rio Arunca) is a river in Portugal. It is located in the municipalities of Soure and Montemor-o-Velho.
8°40′44″W / 40.14778°N 8.67889°W / 40.1477...
Arado River
Arado (plow) River in the north of Portugal. Source in Gerês Mountain, and mouth cascate in Fafião river, (41°42'10.88"N; 8° 6'33.50"W), Fafião place, Cabril village, Montalegre municipality. from Ara...
Arado River - Wikipedia
Ave River
Ave River is a river in Portugal. Vizela River flows into it. 8°44′53″W / 41.3393°N 8.74811°W / 41.3393; -8.74811
Ave River - Wikipedia
Côa River
The Côa River is a tributary of the Douro River, in central and northeastern Portugal. It is one of the few Portuguese rivers that flows south to north. It flows through the municipalities of Sabugal ...
Azibo River
The Azibo River is a Portuguese river in the Douro River basin. It has its source in the Nogueira mountains, near the place of Rebordainhos, Bragança Municipality, in the northeast of Portugal. Along ...
Gilão River
The Gilão ([ʒiˈlɐ̃ũ̯]) is a river in southern Portugal. It is approachable from the Atlantic Ocean, where it enters at the town of Tavira in the Algarve, 35 kilometres (22 mi) east of Faro. The ...
Lis River
Lis River (Portuguese: Rio Lis) is a river in Portugal. It is 39.5 kilometres (24.5 mi) long.
8°58′14″W / 39.87944°N 8.97056°W / 39.87944; -8.97056
Lis River - Wikipedia
Sado River
The Sado River ([ˈsaðu]) is a river in Southern Portugal; it is one of the major rivers in the country. It flows in a northerly direction (the only major Portuguese river to do so) through 175 kilomet...
Sado River - Wikipedia
The Douro (Portuguese: Douro [ˈdowɾu, ˈdoɾu]; Spanish: Duero [ˈdweɾo]; Latin: Durius) is one of the major rivers of the Iberian Peninsula, flowing from its source near Duruelo de la Sierra...
Douro - Wikipedia
Minho River
Minho ([ˈmiɲu]) or Miño ([ˈmiɲo], [ˈmiɲo]) is the longest river in Galicia, Spain, with a length of 340 kilometres (210 mi).The name comes from Latin minius, meaning cinnibar, lead, or vermilion,...
Minho River - Wikipedia
Cávado River
The Cávado River (Portuguese: rio Cávado) is a river located in north Portugal.It has its source in Serra do Larouco at an elevation of 1,520 metres (4,990 ft) above sea level. It runs 135 ki...
Cávado River - Wikipedia
Balsemão River
7°55′48″W / 41.00333°N 7.93000°W / 41.00333; -7.93000The Rio Balsemão ([balsˈmɐ̃w] English language: Balsemão River) is a small stream that originates in the mountain range of...
Balsemão River - Wikipedia
Arda River (Douro)
The Arda River is a river in Portugal. It flows into the Douro River. 08°22′38″W / 41.04889°N 8.37722°W / 41.04889; -8.37722
Fontão River
Fontão is a river in Portugal.
Nabão River
The Nabão ([nɐˈbɐ̃w̃]) is a river in Portugal. It rises in Ansião and passes through the city of Tomar before joining the Zêzere River — a course of about 66 kilometres (41 mi). It was known to t...
Nabão River - Wikipedia
Antuã River
Antuã is a Portuguese river, located in the Aveiro region. It is the most important tributary of the Ria de Aveiro after the Vouga River. Its name is linked to the former name of Estarreja: Antuão or ...
Alviela River
Alviela River (Portuguese: Rio Alviela) is a river in Portugal. It is 51.16 kilometres (31.79 mi) long.
8°36′58″W / 39.29444°N 8.61611°W / 39.29444; -8.61611
Mira River (Portugal)
The Mira River is a Portuguese river in southwestern Alentejo. It is 145 kilometres (90 mi) long.It has its sources on the northern slopes of the Serra do Caldeirão and pursues a southeast–...
Mira River (Portugal) - Wikipedia
Vizela River
Vizela River is a river in Portugal. It flows into Ave River.
Alva River (Mondego)
Alva River (Rio Alva) is a river in Portugal. It flows into Mondego River. 8°14′46″W / 40.29583°N 8.24611°W / 40.29583; -8.24611
Alva River (Mondego) - Wikipedia