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Ranked lists of Spanish provinces

This is a list of the provinces of Spain by population and area.

Population and geography

Province Autonomous community Population
as of 1 January 2023[1]
Population
as of 1 January 2013[2]
Area
(km2)
Coastline
(km)
Madrid Madrid 6,848,354 6,495,551 8,028
Barcelona Catalonia 5,793,840 5,540,925 7,728 161
Valencia Valencian Community 2,659,592 2,566,474 10,807 135
Seville Andalusia 1,958,754 1,942,115 14,036
Alicante Valencian Community 1,952,291 1,945,642 5,817 244
Málaga Andalusia 1,751,159 1,652,999 7,306 208
Murcia Murcia 1,552,240 1,472,049 11,314 274
Cádiz Andalusia 1,254,775 1,238,492 7,440 285
Balearic Islands[a] Balearic Islands 1,207,319 1,111,674 4,992 1,428
Biscay Basque Community 1,154,695 1,156,447 2,217 154
Las Palmas[a] Canary Islands 1,144,979 1,103,850 4,066 815
A Coruña Galicia 1,123,024 1,138,161 7,950 956
Santa Cruz de Tenerife[a] Canary Islands 1,067,039 1,014,829 3,381 768
Asturias Asturias 1,006,188 1,068,165 10,604 401
Zaragoza Aragon 987,568 978,638 17,274
Pontevedra Galicia 947,325 955,050 4,495 398
Granada Andalusia 933,468 919,319 12,647 81
Tarragona Catalonia 846,425 810,178 6,303 278
Girona Catalonia 809,013 761,632 5,910 260
Córdoba Andalusia 773,619 802,422 13,771
Almería Andalusia 749,679 699,329 8,775 249
Gipuzkoa Basque Community 727,574 713,818 1,980 66
Toledo Castilla-La Mancha 728,709 706,407 15,370
Navarre Navarra 671,855 644,447 10,391
Badajoz Extremadura 666,640 693,729 21,766
Jaén Andalusia 620,832 670,761 13,496
Castellón Valencian Community 604,135 601,699 6,636 139
Cantabria Cantabria 588,253 591,888 5,321 284
Huelva Andalusia 532,405 520,668 10,128 122
Valladolid Castile and León 521,334 532,284 8,110
Ciudad Real Castilla-La Mancha 491,251 524,962 19,813
León Castile and León 448,297 489,752 15,581
Lleida Catalonia 447,028 440,915 12,172
Cáceres Extremadura 387,817 410,275 19,868
Albacete Castilla-La Mancha 387,419 400,007 14,924
Burgos Castile and León 357,407 371,248 14,292
Álava Basque Community 336,732 321,417 3,037
Salamanca Castile and León 327,305 345,548 12,350
Lugo Galicia 323,855 346,005 9,856 144
Orense Galicia 304,856 326,724 7,273
La Rioja La Rioja 322,294 322,027 5,045
Guadalajara Castile-La Mancha 274,496 257,723 12,214
Huesca Aragon 226,754 226,329 15,636
Cuenca Castilla-La Mancha 198,486 211,899 17,140
Zamora Castile and León 166,651 188,270 10,561
Ávila Castile and León 158,600 168,825 8,050
Palencia Castile and León 157,593 168,955 8,052
Segovia Castile and León 154,802 161,702 6,921
Teruel Aragon 134,984 142,183 14,810
Soria Castile and León 89,583 93,291 10,306
Melilla Melilla 85,664 83,679 13
Ceuta Ceuta 82,884 84,180 19
Spain 48,047,631 47,129,783 505,992 7,850
  1. ^ a b c Insular province

Economy

All provinces and islands of Spain by GDP and GDP per capita in 2015.[3]

Province 2015 GDP

(in mil. of Euro)

2015 GDP

(mil. of US$ PPP)

2015 GDP per

capita (in Euro)

2015 GDP per

capita (in US$ PPP)

A Coruña 24,437 36,590 21,695 32,484
Lugo 7,069 10,585 20,943 31,359
Ourense 6,176 9,248 19,501 29,200
Pontevedra 18,644 27,916 19,693 29,487
Asturias Province 21,219 31,772 20,297 30,392
Cantabria Province 12,196 18,262 20,886 31,273
Álava 11,482 17,192 35,744 53,521
Gipuzkoa 21,788 32,624 30,791 46,105
Biscay 33,212 49,730 29,242 43,786
Navarre Province 18,564 27,797 29,146 43,641
La Rioja Province (Spain) 7,856 11,763 25,084 37,559
Huesca 5,615 8,408 25,368 37,985
Teruel 3,324 4,977 24,284 36,361
Zaragoza 24,504 36,691 25,412 38,050
Madrid Province 203,602 304,861 31,789 47,599
Ávila 2,999 4,491 18,209 27,265
Burgos 9,335 13,978 25,831 38,677
León 9,386 14,054 19,652 29,426
Palencia 3,972 5,947 24,068 36,038
Salamanca 6,614 9,903 19,437 29,104
Segovia 3,306 4,950 21,037 31,500
Soria 2,192 3,282 24,019 35,965
Valladolid 12,450 18,642 23,664 35,433
Zamora 3,396 5,085 18,584 27,826
Albacete 7,227 10,821 18,345 27,469
Ciudad Real 9,704 14,530 18,980 28,419
Cuenca 4,065 6,087 19,800 29,648
Guadalajara 4,587 6,868 18,029 26,996
Toledo 11,852 17,747 17,154 25,686
Badajoz 10,815 16,194 15,804 23,664
Cáceres 6,653 9,962 16,469 24,660
Barcelona 151,145 226,315 27,787 41,607
Girona 19,941 29,858 26,911 40,295
Lleida 12,184 18,244 28,343 42,439
Tarragona 22,265 33,338 28,098 42,072
Alicante 33,472 50,119 18,168 27,204
Castellón 13,202 19,768 23,047 34,509
Valencia 54,101 81,008 21,461 32,135
Ibiza and Formentera 3,470 5,196 22,029 32,985
Mallorca 22,116 33,115 25,145 37,650
Menorca 1,752 2,623 18,802 28,153
Almería 12,808 19,178 18,464 27,647
Cádiz 19,917 29,823 15,954 23,888
Córdoba 13,306 19,924 16,757 25,091
Granada 15,574 23,320 16,959 25,394
Huelva 9,027 13,517 17,297 25,899
Jaén 10,851 16,248 16,711 25,023
Málaga 27,727 41,517 16,948 25,378
Seville 35,841 53,666 18,474 27,662
Murcia Province 28,212 42,243 19,256 28,832
Ceuta Province 1,595 2,388 18,838 28,207
Melilla Province 1,456 2,180 17,196 25,748
El Hierro 178 267 16,682 24,979
Fuerteventura 2,298 3,441 20,695 30,988
Gran Canaria 15,812 23,676 18,491 27,688
La Gomera 394 590 18,515 27,723
La Palma 1,423 2,131 17,112 25,622
Lanzarote 3,203 4,796 22,490 33,675
Tenerife 17,615 26,376 19,421 29,080

See also

References

  1. ^ "ageinggreen".
  2. ^ "Instituto Nacional de Estadística. (National Statistics Institute)". www.ine.es. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06.
  3. ^ Regions and Cities > Regional Statistics > Regional Economy > Regional GDP per Capita, OECD.Stats. Accessed on 16 November 2018.
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