Guadalmina Alta

The river Guadalmina is a short coastal river of the Mediterranean basin in southern Spain that runs entirely within the province of .

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
is the local name for the remains of some Roman baths near in , Southern . Photo: Ikusitaikasi, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Archaeological site
The is a church in , southern . Photo: Ikusitaikasi, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Photo: MarcasDeCoches, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is situated 3 km east of Guadalmina Alta. Photo: Vanbasten 23, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Alcántara lies on the main coastal road the N340/A7 as well as the toll motorway the AP7, 10 km west of in Andalucia, Southern . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.5.

is a marina located in the area of Nueva Andalucía, to the southwest of , Spain on the . Photo: LANOEL, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a mountain between , , and , 7 kilometers from the coast. is situated 7 km northwest of Guadalmina Alta. Photo: Tyk, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Guadalmina Alta

36.472° or 36° 28' 19" north
-5.0037° or 5° 0' 13.4" west
Open Location Code
25 metres (82 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 267951698
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Guadalmina
  • Dutch: Guadalmina
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر چوادالمينا
  • English: Guadalmina
  • English: Guadalmina Baja
  • English: Guadalmina River
  • German: Guadalmina
  • Irish: Abhainn Guadalmina
  • Sorbian, Upper: Guadalmina
  • Spanish: Guadalmina
  • Spanish: Rio Guadalmina
  • Spanish: Río Guadalmina
  • Welsh: Afon Guadalmina

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