The river’s source is in the province of Málaga, in Cañete la Real, at the foot of the Sierras de Blanquilla, Mollina and Borbollones.

The River Corbones reservoir, which flows into the River Guadalquivir, belongs mostly to the town La Puebla de Cazalla.This reservoir belongs to the Guadalquivir Hydrographic Confederation (Seville) and was built in 1994.It has a surface area of 300 km2, a volume of 74 Hm3, and a surface area of 330 hectares.It is a compacted concrete dam, with 71-m tall enclosures and a crown length of 220 m. It was built to supply water to several Sierra Sur towns, regulate the river’s flow and supply irrigation water.

The climate is mild with Mediterranean influence, and has natural vegetation, consisting of scrub land and thickets.Holm oak trees can be found in some areas but olive groves predominate.

Several aquatic activities are carried out on the reservoir and hiking, mountain biking and horse riding are possible in its surrounds.





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