Algodor River

Bridge of the N-401 road over the Algodor near Los Yébenes.
Physical characteristics
 • locationLaguna del Navajo, Montes de Toledo
 • elevation822 m (2,697 ft)
 • location
Tagus, near Algodor
 • elevation
460 m (1,510 ft)
Length102 km (63 mi)
Basin size1,250 km2 (480 sq mi)
 • average1.93 m3/s (68 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionTagusAtlantic Ocean
Tagus Basin

The Algodor is a 102 km long river in Central Spain. It is a left hand tributary to the Tagus.


Its source is at the Laguna del Navajo in the Montes de Toledo, within the Retuerta del Bullaque municipal limits, Castile-La Mancha. It flows roughly northwards across the Province of Toledo into the Tagus at Aceca, a place near Algodor, the village within the Aranjuez municipality limits that gives the river its name.[1]

The Algodor River has two dams, which form the 133 hm³ Embalse de Finisterre reservoir built in 1977, located between Tembleque, Mora, Villanueva de Bogas and Turleque,[2] and the smaller 8 hm³ Embalse del Castro reservoir built in 1974 near Villamuelas.[3]

All the Algodor's tributaries are small rivulets except for the Bracea River on its left margin.

See also


  1. ^ Algodor confluence with the Tagus in Google Maps
  2. ^ Estado del Embalse de Finisterre
  3. ^ Estado del Embalse del Castro

External links

  • Confederación Hidrográfica del Tajo

39°54′N 3°52′W / 39.900°N 3.867°W / 39.900; -3.867

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