The Vis River
|River mouth||Hérault River
|Basin size||332 km2 (128 sq mi)|
|Length||57.9 km (36.0 mi)|
The Vis is a 57.9-kilometre (36.0 mi) long river in south-central France, in the Languedoc-Roussillon région, right tributary of the Hérault River. Its source is in the Cévennes, near the village of Alzon. It flows between the Causse du Larzac and the Causse de Blandas into the Hérault département and the Gard département. The Vis flows into the Hérault River near Ganges.
Origin of the name
Towns along the river
The Vis flows through the following communes :
Hydrology and water quality
The Vis takes its source on the Saint-Guiral mount.
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- (English) Cirque de Navacelles and the gorges of the Vis
- (French) Banque Hydro - Station Y2035010 - La Vis à Saint-Laurent-le-Minier (Synthèse)
- (French) Site du SANDRE
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