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Maps of Portugal

Physical Map of Portugal showing relief, international boundaries, major rivers, mountain ranges, extreme points, important cities, etc. Atlantic Ocean azores Madeira Islands

Located mostly in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe, Portugal covers an area of 92,212 sq. km. 

As observed on the physical map of Portugal above, mountains and high hills cover the northern third of Portugal, including an extension of the Cantabrian Mountains from Spain.

The mainland's highest point is a peak in the Serra da Estrela, at 6,532 ft. (1,991m). Portugal's lowest point is along the Atlantic Ocean coastline.

Note: Portugal's overall highest point (Pico Volcano ) is located in the Azores (an autonomous region) on the island of Pico. It stands at 7,713 ft. (2,351 m).

Further south and west, the land slopes to rolling hills and lowlands, and a broad coastal plain.

Marked on the map is the Algarve region in the far-south that features mostly rolling plains, a few scattered mountains, and some islands and islets. Its coastline is notable for limestone caves and grottoes.

Major rivers in Portugal include the Douro, Guadiana, Mondego, and the Tagus. There are no inland lakes, as water surfaces of size are dam-originated reservoirs.

Districts of Portugal Map

Portugal (officially, the Portuguese Republic) is divided into: 18 districts (distritos, sing. distrito) and 2 autonomous regions (regioes autonomas, sing. regiao autonoma). In alphabetical order, the districts are: Aveiro, Beja, Braga, Braganḉa, Castelo Branco, Coimbra, Evora, Faro, Guarda, Leiria, Lisboa (Lisbon), Portalegre, Porto, Santarem, Setubal, Viana do Castelo, Vila Real, and Viseu.  The two autonomous regions are – Acores (Azores) and Madeira.  

Located at the mouth of the Tabus River, along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean is, Lisbon – the capital and the largest city of Portugal. Lisbon is the westernmost capital city of the European mainland. It is also the administrative, cultural, economic and commercial center of Portugal. Lisbon also serves as Portugal’s chief port.

Where is Portugal?

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Portugal is located on the Iberian Peninsula, in South Western Europe. Portugal is geographically positioned in the Northern and Western hemispheres of the Earth. Situated in the westernmost part of Europe, Portugal is bordered by Spain in the north and east; and by Atlantic Ocean in the south and west. The small archipelagos of Azores and Madeira are in the south and southwest of Portugal in the Atlantic Ocean. Portugal shares its maritime borders with Morocco.

Portugal Bordering Countries: Spain.

Regional Maps: Map of Europe

Outline Map of Portugal

The above map represents the European country of Portugal. The image can be downloaded, printed and used for educational purpose like map-pointing activities.

The above outline map is of Portugal. The country is roughly rectangular in shape and about the size of Indiana, the US  state.

Key Facts

Legal Name Portuguese Republic
Flag of Portugal
Capital City Lisbon
38 43 N, 9 08 W
Total Area 92,090.00 km2
Land Area 91,470.00 km2
Water Area 620.00 km2
Population 10,269,417
Major Cities
  1. Lisboa (Lisbon) (3,000,536)
  2. Porto (1,324,652)
Currency Euros (EUR)
GDP $237.69 Billion
GDP Per Capita $23,145.04

This page was last updated on February 24, 2021

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