Bermejales Dam Contraembalse
Bermejales Dam Contraembalse – Cacin
Bermejales Dam or Pantaneta de Cacin was built in 1973 on the bed of the Cacin River, in the Andalusian municipality of Cacin, Granada province, Spain.
Bermejales is a movable dam type with a height from foundations of 19 meters and a crest lenght of 42 meters.
The Bermejales Contraemblase belong to the Gualdalquivir River Basin and has a capacity of 0,500 hm3.
Uses of the Reservoir
Cacín, Comarca del Poniente Granadino
Cacin is a town situated on the right bank of the river Cacín, which in its descent from the Bermejales Dam & Reservoir is one of the most interesting river gorges of the Penibética range. It is part of the northern slope of Sierra Tejeda, a large mass of reddish-brown stone surrounded by vineyards, yew and pine. Cacín is a small quiet town where you can enjoy nature just 25 minutes from Granada. Read more…..