Cebollatí River

The Cebollatí River is a Uruguayan river that rises in Cuchilla Grande (Big Ridge), flows southwest to northeast and forms a border between Treinta y Tres and Rocha.

Cebollatí River
Physical characteristics
Length235 kilometres (146 mi)

Features and locationEdit

At roughly 235 kilometres (146 mi), it is one of the longest rivers in Uruguay.

It forms in Cuchilla Grande, then joins the Rio Olimar Grande and flows into the Merin Lagoon in Treinta y Tres.[citation needed]

In October 2009 the National Hydrographic Institute of Uruguay started operating a free raft service across the Cebollatí River; this service allows commuters to cross from Treinta y Tres to Rocha in a wooden raft between the localities of Cebollatí and Charqueada.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 33°09′21″S 53°38′18″W / 33.15583°S 53.63833°W / -33.15583; -53.63833