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Luy de Béarn
Origin Plateau of Ger
Mouth Luy
43°37′50″N 0°46′12″W / 43.63056°N 0.77°W / 43.63056; -0.77 (Luy-Luy de Béarn)Coordinates: 43°37′50″N 0°46′12″W / 43.63056°N 0.77°W / 43.63056; -0.77 (Luy-Luy de Béarn)
Basin countries France
Length 77 km

The Luy de Béarn is a left tributary of the Luy, in the Southwest of France.



The source of the Luy de Béarn is at the base of the plateau of Ger, east of Pau. It flows north-west through the Chalosse region and joins the Luy de France to form the Luy below the castle of Gaujacq.

Départements and towns

The Luy de Béarn flows through the following departments and towns:

Main tributaries

  • (L) Aïgue Longue, from the moor of Pont-Long in the north of Pau.
  • (L) Uzan, in Uzan, also from Pont-Long.
  • (L) Aubin.
  • (L) Oursoû, from the nord of Orthez.



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