Meseta may refer to:

  • Meseta Central ("Inner Plateau"), the high plains of central Spain
  • Meseta (volcano), partially collapsed volcanic vent of Volcán de Fuego in Guatemala
  • Meseta, fictional currency of the Phantasy Star video game series

Other articles related to "meseta":

Geography Of Spain - External Boundaries and Landform Regions
... The majority of Spain's peninsular region consists of the Meseta Central, a highland plateau rimmed and dissected by mountain ranges ... into ten natural regions or subregions the dominant Meseta Central, the Cantabrian Mountains (Cordillera Cantabrica) and the northwest region, the Ibérico ... These are commonly grouped into four types the Meseta Central and associated mountains, other mountainous regions, lowland regions, and islands ...
Sistema Ibérico - Location & Description
... The Sistema Ibérico mountain range borders the Meseta Central on its western end and separates the Meseta Central from the Ebro valley and from the Mediterranean coast ...
Geography Of Spain - External Boundaries and Landform Regions - The Inner Plateau and Associated Mountains
... The Meseta Central ("Inner Plateau") is a vast plateau in the heart of peninsular Spain, has elevations that range from 610 to 760 m ... Rimmed by mountains, the Meseta Central slopes gently to the west and to the series of rivers that form some of the border with Portugal ... described as the "dorsal spine" of the Meseta Central, divides the Meseta into northern and southern subregions, the former higher in elevation and smaller in area than the latter ...
Castile And León - Geography - Terrain
... of the terrain of Castile and León consists of a large portion of Spain's Meseta Central, surrounded by mountainous regions ... The Meseta is a dry, arid high plain, with an average altitude of about 800 metres (2,600 ft), covered by deposits of clay soil ... Separating the northern Meseta from the southern and from Castile–La Mancha and Madrid, the Sistema Central includes the Sierra de Gata and the Sierra de Gredos in the western half and the Sierra de ...