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Spain Province High Points

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RankProvinceAutonomous CommunityPeak Elev-M Range (Level 4)
38.GuipúzcoaBasque CountryAitzkorri1551Montes Vascos
13.SalamancaCastilla y LeónCanchal de la Ceja2428Sierra de Gredos
33.ValenciaValencia/AragónCerro Calderón1837 
47.BadajozExtremaduraCerro de Tentudía1112Sierra Morena
22.JaénAndalucíaCerro Mágina2165Central Andalucian Ranges
21.La RiojaLa RiojaCerro San Lorenzo2271 
9.AlmeríaAndalucíaChullo2612Sierra Nevada Ranges
41.ToledoCastilla-La ManchaCorocho de Rocigalgo1449Montes de Toledo
49.ValladolidCastilla y LeónCuchillejo933Sierra de Guadarrama
48.HuelvaAndalucía/ExtremaduraCumbre de los Bonales1059Sierra Morena
30.Las PalmasIslas CanariasEl Morrón de la Agujereada1956Canary Islands
39.ÁlavaBasque CountryGorbeia1482Montes Vascos
39.VizcayaBasque CountryGorbeia1482Montes Vascos
26.AlbaceteCastilla-La ManchaLa Atalaya2083Segura-Murcia
36.CórdobaAndalucíaLa Tiñosa1568Central Andalucian Ranges
20.GuadalajaraCastilla-La Mancha/Castilla y LeónLobo2274Sierra de Guadarrama
27.MálagaAndalucíaMaroma2069Sierra Nevada Ranges
52.MelillaMelillaMelilla High Point130 
16.NavarraNouvelle-Aquitaine/Navarra/AragónMesa de los Tres Reyes2421Western Pyrenees
32.CuencaCastilla-La ManchaMogorrita1864 
18.SoriaAragón/Castilla y LeónMoncayo2314 
18.ZaragozaAragón/Castilla y LeónMoncayo2314 
42.TarragonaCataloniaMont Caro1442 
51.CeutaCeutaMonte Hacho203Rif
2.GranadaAndalucíaMulhacén3479Sierra Nevada Ranges
31.LugoGalicia/Castilla y LeónMustallar1935Western Cordillera Cantabrica
12.PalenciaCantabria/Castilla y LeónPeña de Infierno2537Central Cordillera Cantabrica
24.OrenseCastilla y León/GaliciaPeña Trevinca2127 
24.ZamoraCastilla y León/GaliciaPeña Trevinca2127 
8.SantanderCantabriaPeña Vieja2614Central Cordillera Cantabrica
10.BarcelonaCataloniaPic de Costa Cabirolera2604Eastern Pyrenees
4.LleidaOccitanie/CataloniaPic d'Estats3144East-Central Pyrenees
11.ÁvilaCastilla y LeónPico Almanzor2591Sierra de Gredos
3.HuescaAragónPico de Aneto3404West-Central Pyrenees
13.MadridCastilla y León/MadridPico de Peñalara2428Sierra de Guadarrama
13.SegoviaCastilla y León/MadridPico de Peñalara2428Sierra de Guadarrama
23.BurgosCastilla y LeónPico de San Millán2131 
1.Santa Cruz de TenerifeIslas CanariasPico de Teide3718Canary Islands
50.La CoruñaGaliciaPilar803 
43.BalearesBalearesPuig Mayor1436 
5.GironaOccitanie/CataloniaPuigmal2910Eastern Pyrenees
44.Ciudad RealCastilla-La ManchaRiscos del Amor1344Montes de Toledo
46.SevillaAndalucíaTerril1129Central Andalucian Ranges
6.LeónAsturias/Castilla y LeónTorrecerredo2648Central Cordillera Cantabrica
6.AsturiasAsturias/Castilla y LeónTorrecerredo2648Central Cordillera Cantabrica
17.CáceresExtremadura/Castilla y LeónTorreón del Calvitero2400Sierra de Gredos
35.CádizAndalucíaTorreón del Pinar 1648Central Andalucian Ranges

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List Description

Spain is divided into 52 provinces, important local governmental administrative units. This list does not include the high point of the tiny enclave of Melilla on the North African coast, since I was unable to determine it's high point from my sources.


     Spain Province High Points


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