Isle (river)

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This article is about the river in south west France. For the river in Somerset, England, see River Isle.
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Isle River in Périgueux
Origin Plateau de Millevaches
Mouth Dordogne
44°54′56″N 0°14′57″W / 44.91556°N 0.24917°W / 44.91556; -0.24917 (Dordogne-Isle)Coordinates: 44°54′56″N 0°14′57″W / 44.91556°N 0.24917°W / 44.91556; -0.24917 (Dordogne-Isle)
Basin countries France
Length 255 km (158 mi)
Avg. discharge 90 m3/s (3,200 cu ft/s)
Basin area 7,700 km2 (3,000 sq mi)

The Isle (Occitan: Eila) is a 255-kilometre (158 mi) long river in south-western France, right tributary of the Dordogne. Its source is in the north-western Massif Central, near the town Nexon (south of Limoges). It flows south-west through the following départements and towns:

It flows into the Dordogne River in Libourne. Among the tributaries of the Isle are the Auvézère, the Loue, the Beauronne and the Dronne.