|• location||Laguna del Navajo, Montes de Toledo|
|• elevation||822 m (2,697 ft)|
|Tagus, near Algodor|
|460 m (1,510 ft)|
|Length||102 km (63 mi)|
|Basin size||1,250 km2 (480 sq mi)|
|• average||1.93 m3/s (68 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Tagus→ Atlantic Ocean|
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.
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, and the smaller 8 hm³ Embalse del Castro reservoir built in 1974 near Villamuelas.
All the Algodor's tributaries are small rivulets except for the Bracea River on its left margin.
- Algodor confluence with the Tagus in Google Maps
- Estado del Embalse de Finisterre
- Estado del Embalse del Castro
- Confederación Hidrográfica del Tajo