Ranked lists of Spanish municipalities

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Municipalities of Spain. 2004
Madrid, capital of Spain

This article includes several ranked indicators for Spain's municipalities.

By population[edit]

Spanish municipalities by population.

# Municipality Autonomous community Pop. (2009)
1 Madrid  Community of Madrid 3,255,944
2 Barcelona  Catalonia 1,621,537
3 Valencia  Valencian Community 852,208
4 Seville  Andalusia 703,206
5 Zaragoza  Aragon 674,317
6 Málaga  Andalusia 568,305
7 Murcia  Region of Murcia 436,870
8 Palma  Balearic Islands 401,270
9 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria  Canary Islands 381,847
10 Bilbao  Basque Country 354,860
11 Alicante  Valencian Community 334,757
12 Córdoba  Andalusia 328,428
13 Valladolid  Castile and León 317,864
14 Vigo  Galicia 297,332
15 Gijón  Asturias 277,554
16 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat  Catalonia 257,038
17 A Coruña  Galicia 246,056
18 Vitoria-Gasteiz  Basque Country 235,661
19 Granada  Andalusia 234,325
20 Elche  Valencian Community 230,112
21 Oviedo  Asturias 224,005
22 Santa Cruz de Tenerife  Canary Islands 222,417
23 Badalona  Catalonia 219,547
24 Cartagena  Region of Murcia 211,996
25 Terrassa  Catalonia 210,941
26 Jerez de la Frontera  Andalusia 207,532
27 Sabadell  Catalonia 206,493
28 Móstoles  Community of Madrid 206,478
29 Alcalá de Henares  Community of Madrid 204,574
30 Pamplona  Navarre 198,491
31 Fuenlabrada  Community of Madrid 197,836
32 Almería  Andalusia 188,810
33 Leganés  Community of Madrid 186,066
34 Donostia-San Sebastián  Basque Country 186,066
35 Santander  Cantabria 182,700
36 Castellón de la Plana  Valencian Community 180,005
37 Burgos  Castile and León 178,966
38 Albacete  Castile–La Mancha 169,716
39 Alcorcón  Community of Madrid 167,967
40 Getafe  Community of Madrid 167,164
41 Salamanca  Castile and León 155,619
42 Logroño  La Rioja 152,107
43 San Cristóbal de La Laguna  Canary Islands 150,661
44 Huelva  Andalusia 148,806
45 Badajoz  Extremadura 148,334
46 Tarragona  Catalonia 140,323
47 Lleida  Catalonia 135,919
48 Marbella  Andalusia 134,623
49 León  Castile and León 134,305
50 Cádiz  Andalusia 126,766

By population density[edit]

Spanish municipalities by population density (2009).[1]

# Municipality Autonomous community P. density
(inhab./km2)
1 Mislata  Valencian Community 18,853.5
2 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat  Catalonia 17,725
3 Badia del Vallès  Catalonia 17,653.8
4 Benetússer  Valencian Community 17,425
5 Barañáin  Navarre 17,231.5
6 Santa Coloma de Gramenet  Catalonia 16,535.6
7 Barcelona  Catalonia 16,518.5
8 Premià de Mar  Catalonia 15,477.8
9 Portugalete  Basque Country 13,275.1
10 Tavernes Blanques  Valencian Community 13,152.9
11 Villava/Atarrabia  Navarre 12,868.8
12 Cornellà de Llobregat  Catalonia 12,395.4
13 Esplugues de Llobregat  Catalonia 10,638.2
14 Burjassot  Valencian Community 10,487.8
15 Badalona  Catalonia 10,303.3
16 Torrent  Valencian Community 9,817.9
17 Alaquàs  Valencian Community 9,122.4
18 Sestao  Basque Country 9,101.8
19 Burlada/Burlata  Navarre 8,756.2
20 Bilbao  Basque Country 8,533.6
21 Cádiz  Andalusia 8,533.4
22 Pamplona  Navarre 8,260.3
23 Sant Adrià de Besòs  Catalonia 8,146.2
24 Ripollet  Catalonia 8,051.6
25 Castilleja de la Cuesta  Andalusia 7,671.8
26 Santurtzi  Basque Country 7,062.7
27 Coslada  Community of Madrid 6,878.8
28 Getxo  Basque Country 6,803.9
29 Basauri  Basque Country 6,510
30 A Coruña  Galicia 6,505.9
31 El Masnou  Catalonia 6,421.5
32 Fuengirola  Andalusia 6,203.8
33 Valencia  Valencian Community 5,891
34 Ansóain/Antsoain  Basque Country 5,854.1
35 Xirivella  Valencian Community 5,792.9
36 Paiporta  Valencian Community 5,601.5
37 Sabadell  Catalonia 5,347.9
38 Sant Joan Despí  Catalonia 5,336.4
39 Mataró  Catalonia 5,325
40 Sedaví  Valencian Community 5,191.1
41 Madrid  Community of Madrid 5,172.9
42 Santander  Cantabria 5,138.4
43 Fuenlabrada  Community of Madrid 5,057.8
44 Vilassar de Mar  Catalonia 5,013.4
45 Seville  Andalusia 4,999.4
46 La Llagosta  Catalonia 4,883.6
47 Alcorcón  Community of Madrid 4,870.8
48 Mollet del Vallès  Catalonia 4,833
49 Salt  Catalonia 4,830.5
50 Castelldefels  Catalonia 4,547.5

By surface area[edit]

Spanish municipalities by area.[2]

# Municipality Autonomous community Area (Km2) 
1 Cáceres  Extremadura 1,751.20
2 Lorca  Region of Murcia 1,675.20
3 Badajoz  Extremadura 1,474.20
4 Córdoba  Andalusia 1,253.80
5 Almodóvar del Campo  Castile–La Mancha 1,205.50
6 Jerez de la Frontera  Andalusia 1,189.50
7 Albacete  Castile–La Mancha 1,139.20
8 Zaragoza  Aragon 1,063.50
9 Écija  Andalusia 975.70
10 Jumilla  Murcia 969.70
11 Andújar  Andalusia 963.60
12 Cuenca  Castile–La Mancha 959.10
13 Moratalla  Murcia 954
13 Carmona  Andalusia 923
15 Hornachuelos  Andalusia 909.80
16 Murcia  Region of Murcia 885.60
17 Mérida  Extremadura 868.50
18 Villarrobledo  Castile–La Mancha 862.90
19 Almonte  Andalusia 862
20 Caravaca de la Cruz  Region of Murcia 858.20
21 Cangas del Narcea  Asturias 825.40
22 Antequera  Andalusia 815.90
23 Requena  Valencian Community 814.10
24 Hellín  Castile–La Mancha 781
25 Jerez de los Caballeros  Extremadura 739
26 Alburquerque  Extremadura 725.70
27 Trujillo  Extremadura 687.30
28 Utrera  Andalusia 683.70
29 Santiago-Pontones  Andalusia 682.50
30 Los Yébenes  Castile–La Mancha 680
31 Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón  Castile–La Mancha 678.60
32 Alcázar de San Juan  Castile–La Mancha 668
33 Retuerta del Bullaque  Castile–La Mancha 653
34 Mula  Murcia 633.50
35 Ejea de los Caballeros  Aragon 610.80
36 Madrid  Community of Madrid 604.80
37 Níjar  Andalusia 600.10
38 Alía  Extremadura 599.40
39 Valencia de Alcántara  Extremadura 596
40 Osuna  Andalusia 592.70
41 Fuente Obejuna  Andalusia 591.80
42 Montoro  Andalusia 586.40
43 Sabiñánigo  Aragon 586.30
44 Alhambra  Castile–La Mancha 582.20
45 Piedrabuena  Castile–La Mancha 564.20
46 Don Benito  Extremadura 561.90
47 Cartagena  Region of Murcia 559.10
48 Alcántara  Extremadura 553
49 Baza  Andalusia 545.20
50 Tineo  Asturias 539.80

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