Alcanadre is a town and municipality in La Rioja province in northern Spain. The town is located along the Ebro River, between Logroño and Calahorra. Alcanadre has a temperate, Mediterranean climate. Its major agricultural products are wine, olive oil, almonds, and grain. The town is home to the shrine of Saint Aradón, ruins of a Roman aqueduct from the 1st century and the church of Santa María de la Asunción.
The Alcanadre River is a river in northern Spain. A tributary of the Cinca River, it runs through the province of Huesca. The source of the Alcanadre is in the Sierra de Galardón and the river flows into the Cinca near the municipality of Ballobar.
Its main tributaries are the Isuala, the Barranco de Mascún, the Flumen and the Guatizalema.
Category:Rivers of Spain Category:Rivers of Aragon