List of municipalities in the Region of Murcia

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This is a list of the 45 municipalities in the province and autonomous community of Murcia, Spain.

Name Area
(km2)
Population
(2001)[1]
Population
(2011)[2]
Population
(2019)[3]
Abanilla 235.6 6,166 6,510 6,127
Abarán 114.9 12,513 13,157 12,964
Águilas 251.8 27,771 34,395 35,301
Albudeite 17.0 1,368 1,424 1,373
Alcantarilla 16.2 34,303 41,406 42,048
Los Alcázares 19.8 8,470 15,628 16,138
Aledo 49.7 1,017 1,044 1,022
Alguazas 23.7 7,068 9,356 9,638
Alhama de Murcia 311.6 16,316 20,560 22,077
Archena 16.4 14,964 18,426 19,301
Beniel 10.1 8,469 11,057 11,318
Blanca 87.3 5,787 6,448 6,539
Bullas 82.2 11,008 12,244 11,530
Calasparra 184.9 9,258 10,585 10,178
Campos del Río 47.3 2,046 2,201 2,028
Caravaca de la Cruz 858.8 22,963 26,088 25,760
Cartagena 558.0 184,686 215,757 214,802
Cehegín 299.3 14,418 15,946 14,983
Ceutí 10.3 7,696 10,899 11,787
Cieza 367.0 33,017 35,195 34,988
Fortuna 149.3 7,149 9,928 10,112
Fuente Álamo de Murcia 273.5 11,583 16,117 16,583
Jumilla 969.2 22,113 25,496 25,600
Librilla 56.5 3,925 4,812 5,305
Lorca 1,675.3 77,477 91,849 94,404
Lorquí 15.8 5,644 6,932 7,141
Mazarrón 318.9 20,841 34,422 32,209
Molina de Segura 169.5 46,905 66,771 71,890
Moratalla 954.9 8,595 8,305 7,839
Mula 634.1 14,611 17,082 16,883
Murcia 886.0 370,745 437,667 453,258
Ojós 45.3 579 578 500
Pliego 29.4 3,413 4,049 3,847
Puerto Lumbreras 144.7 11,331 14,502 15,394
Ricote 86.7 1,556 1,451 1,264
San Javier 75.1 20,125 31,901 32,489
San Pedro del Pinatar 22.3 16,678 23,981 25,476
Santomera 44.2 11,726 15,547 16,206
Torre-Pacheco 189.4 24,332 33,419 35,676
Las Torres de Cotillas 38.8 16,450 21,478 21,471
Totana 288.9 24,657 30,733 32,008
Ulea 40.0 970 926 874
La Unión 24.8 14,541 18,965 20,225
Villanueva del Río Segura 13.2 1,572 2,440 2,910
Yecla 605.6 30,824 34,448 34,432
Totals 1,197,646 1,462,125 1,493,898

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Census at 1 November 2001: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.
  2. ^ Census at 1 November 2011: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.
  3. ^ Estimate at 1 January 2019: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.