|⁃ elevation||206 m (676 ft)|
|Length||82.5 km (51.3 mi)|
|Basin size||675 km2 (261 sq mi)|
The Vendée (US: //, French: [vɑ̃de] (listen); Occitan: Vendèa) is a 82.5 km (51.3 mi) long river in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Pays de la Loire regions in western France. It a right tributary of the Sèvre Niortaise.
Its source is near L'Absie, in the west of the Deux-Sèvres department. For a few kilometres, it forms the border between the departments of Vendée (named after the river) and Charente-Maritime, before it flows into the Sèvre Niortaise, near Marans.
It flows through the following departments and towns:
- Deux-Sèvres: Saint-Paul-en-Gâtine
- Vendée: Mervent, Fontenay-le-Comte, Velluire, L'Île-d'Elle
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