Gallocanta landscape on a foggy morning, Gallocanta natural park, Teruel, Aragón, Spain.
The Gallocanta Lake (Spanish: Laguna de Gallocanta) is an endorheic lake located just to the south of Gallocanta village, between the Aragonese comarcas of Campo de Daroca and Comarca del Jiloca, Aragon, Spain. This lake is situated on a high continental plain at an altitude of almost 1,000 m.
It lies in a 53,600 ha natural basin known as El Campo de Bello, encircled by the Iberian System mountain ranges of Sierra de Santa Cruz and Sierra de Pardos in the north, Sierra Menera in the south and Sierra del Caldereros in the east. It is an intermittent rain-fed lake, largely dependent on abundant autumnal and spring rains if it is to maintain a sizeable amount of water into the hot summer months.