List of rivers of Spain
This is an incomplete list of rivers that are at least partially in Spain. The rivers are grouped by sea or ocean. The rivers flowing into the sea are sorted along the coast. Rivers flowing into other...
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List of rivers of Catalonia
The rivers of Catalonia can be classified into four groups according to their source.The Llobregat deserves a special mention because of its importance: its basin covers most of the province of Barcel...
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Rivers of Galicia
The rivers of Galicia form part of a dense hydrographical network in the Spanish autonomous community of Galicia. For the number and density of watercourses the region was described by Otero Pedrayo ...
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Trevélez (river)
The Trevélez River is a river in the province of Granada, Spain. It flows through the town of Trevélez in the western part of the Alpujarras region. The Trevélez river rises in the Sierra Nevada to th...
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Sil (river)
The Sil is a river in León (Castile and León) and Galicia, Spain, a tributary of the Miño. Its total length is 225 kilometres (140 mi). The source of the Sil is in the Cantabrian Mountains in the...
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Noguera Pallaresa
The Noguera Pallaresa ([nuˈɣeɾə pəʎəˈɾɛzə], [nuˈɣeɾɛ paʎaˈɾeza]; Occitan: Noguèra Palharesa, [nuˈɣɛɾɔ paʎaˈɾezɔ]) is a river in Catalonia, Spain. Its source is at Era Font d'era Noguereta in the ...
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Izki River
The Izki (Spanish: Río Izki) is a river of Spain. It is a tributary of the river Ega in the Ebro basin, flowing through Álava province. It flows into the Ega near Santa Cruz de Campezo. 2°23′16″W&...
Ambroz
The Ambroz is a river for which Valle del Ambroz, an area in Spain north of Extremadura, near the border of Portugal, was named. The area is home to eight villages: Hervás, Baños de Montemayor, Abadía...
Tormes
The Tormes is a Spanish river, that starts in the Prado Tormejón, the Mountain range of Gredos, Navarredonda de Gredos, province of Ávila. It crosses the provinces of Avila and Salamanca, ending at th...
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Cadagua
The Cadagua or Kadagua River drains the Biscayan area of Encartaciones (Basque: Enkarterriak), from the Castilian valley of Mena to Barakaldo and Bilbao, where it forms the border between these m...
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Noguera Ribagorçana
The Noguera Ribagorçana ([nuˈɣeɾə riβəɣurˈsanə] [noˈɣeɾa riβaɣoɾˈsana]) or Noguera Ribagorzana ([noˈɣeɾa riβaɣorˈθana]) is a river in northern Spain.For much of its course of 130 km it forms the ...
Trabancos (river)
The Trabancos is a river in Spain that flows between the Zapardiel and the Guareña rivers, and is a tributary of the Duero river. The source of the Trabancos is in Moraña, a region in the north of the...
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Asón (river)
The Asón is a river in Northern Spain, flowing through the Autonomous Community of Cantabria. It source is in the Collados del Asón Natural Park. It flows into the Cantabrian Sea in the town of Colind...
Piedra River, Spain
The Piedra (Spanish: Río Piedra) is a river in the Iberian System area, Spain. It is a tributary of the river Jalón. The waters have a high concentration of calcium carbonate which is deposited on...
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Cinca River (Aragon)
The Cinca ([ˈθiŋka]; [ˈsiŋkə], [ˈsiŋka]; Aragonese: A Cinca, [a ˈθiŋka]) is a river in Aragon, Spain. Its source is in the Circo de Pineta, in the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, in the Arag...
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Jarama
Jarama is a river in central Spain. It flows north to south, and passes east of Madrid where the El Atazar Dam is built on a tributary, the Lozoya River. It flows into the river Tagus in Aranjuez. The...
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Foix (river)
The Foix ([ˈfoʃ]) is a river in Catalonia in the province of Barcelona, northeastern Spain. Its source is near La Llancuna in the Comarca of Anoia 800 m above the sea. Later it runs through the Comarc...
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Guadalquivir
The Guadalquivir ([ɡwaðalkiˈβir]) is the fifth longest river in the Iberian peninsula and the second longest river with its entire length in Spain. The Guadalquivir is 657 kilometers long and drains a...
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Isábena (river)
The Isábena is the principal tributary of the river Ésera, itself a tributary of the Cinca, which flows into the Ebro and thence to the Mediterranean Sea. Its head is 2,400 metres above sea level at a...
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