The Volp is a 40 km long river of southwestern France. It is a right tributary of the Garonne, which it joins upstream of Cazères, Haute-Garonne. A flood in 1993 ruined a marginal amount of cropland.
In 1912 ice-age cave paintings were discovered in a cave along the length of the Volp.
Places along the river include:
- Ariège: Sainte-Croix-Volvestre
- Haute-Garonne: Le Plan