The Órbigo River is a river in northwestern Spain. Its source is produced by the union of the Luna and Omaña rivers. It runs from north to south of the province of León and flows into the Esla River in the province of Zamora.
It has a very fertile fertile plain, which is irrigated thanks to the Luna reservoir, where the star product grown is hops, as well as corn and sugar beets. This river is also very popular with fly fishing enthusiasts.