The psycho-lexical approach was used to identify virtues in a Spanish population. A total of 209 descriptors were identified as virtues and administered to 485 participants, who were instructed to indicate the extent to which each virtue term applied to them. Principal Components Analysis revealed seven factors: Self-confidence, Reflection, Serenity, Rectitude, Perseverance & Effort, Compassion, and Sociability. The results showed that there was no simple one-to-one correspondence between these factors and those obtained in previous studies. However, the results are congruent with those obtained in other studies as far as the relation between virtues and personality traits is concerned.