Rivers in 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 rivers are listed by the rivers they flow into. Rivers that have their mouths in Portugal are given in italics.

The list begins in Catalonia at the French border and moves clockwise around the Iberian Peninsula.

Mediterranean Sea


  • el Ripoll
  • la Muga
  • el Fluvià
  • el Ter
  • la Tordera
  • el Besòs
    • el Congost
  • el Llobregat
    • l'Anoia
    • el Cardener
    • la Gavarresa
  • el Foix
  • el Gaià
  • el Francolí
  • la Sénia


  • el Ebro
    • Cidacos
    • Ega
    • Aragón
      • Aragón Subordán
      • Arga
      • Candanchú
    • Jalón
      • Jiloca
      • Piedra
    • Gállego
      • Aguas limpias
      • Caldarés
      • Escarra
      • Lana Mayor
      • Aurín
      • Guarga
      • Seco
      • Asabón
      • Sotón
    • Guadalope
      • Bergantes
    • Segre
      • Cinca
        • Ara
          • Arazas
        • Ésera
        • Lanata
      • Noguera Ribagorzana
      • Noguera Pallaresa
    • Queiles

Levante (Valencian Community and Region of Murcia)

  • Mijares
  • Turia
  • Júcar
    • Cabriel
    • Albaida
    • Huécar
    • Valdemembra
    • Magro
  • Vinalopó
  • Segura
    • Mundo
    • Mula
    • Guadalentín
    • Alhárabe

Andalucian Mediterranean

  • Guadalfeo
    • Trevélez
      • Poqueira
  • Guadalhorce
  • Guadalmedina
  • Guadiaro
    • Guadalevín
  • Adra
  • Andarax
  • Almanzora

Atlantic Ocean

Costa de la Luz

Portuguese Atlantic

Spanish Atlantic


External links

  • INE (Spain)
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