Here you’ll find a list of cities of Spain plus map of provinces of Spain. Oh-Barcelona.com offer over 400 short term apartments in Barcelona. Comfortable, central and great value for money, Barcelona apartments make the ideal accommodation for your stay in the cosmopolitan city.
Spain’s 17 autonomous communities or regions are divided into 50 provinces. These 50 provinces each has its own capital city. Generally – though not always – these capital cities carry the same name as their province. Below is a map of provinces of Spain,followed by listings of the names of the actual provinces. Where the name of the capital city differs from that of its province, you’ll find the capital city in brackets afterwards. Nothing in brackets? The name of the province and its capital are one and the same!
Towards the end of this page, discover also a list of Spain’s glorious World Heritage Cities – all of them absolutely ideal for interesting Spain Holidays.
Map of provinces of Spain
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provinces/list of cities of spain 1-10
1. La Coruña
3. Asturias (Oviedo)
4. Cantabria (Santander)
5. Vizcaya (Bilbao)
6. Guipúzcoa (San Sebastián)
7. Navarra (Pamplona)
provinces/list of cities of spain 11-20
14. La Rioja (Logroño)
15. Álava (Vitoria-Gasteiz)
provinces/list of cities of spain 21-30
provinces/list of cities of spain 31-40
36. Ciudad Real
provinces/list of cities of spain 41-50
48. Islas Baleares (Palma de Mallorca)
49. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
50. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
list of cities of spain – world heritage cities
Spain is the country with the largest number of World Heritage Cities – a much-coveted title bestowed by UNESCO to places of great cultural interest.
Spain has eleven and I have placed the province in brackets should it differ to the city´s name.
– Alcalá de Henares (Madrid)
– Ibiza (Islas Baleares)
– San Cristobal de la Laguna (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
– Santiago de Compostela (La Coruña)