List of municipalities in Asturias

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This is a list of the 78 municipalities in the province and autonomous community of Asturias, Spain, with their areas, populations and the comarca in which each is located.

FlagNameArea
(km2)
Population
(2020) [1]
Comarca
Bandera de Allande.svg Escudo de Allande.svg Allande 342.21,615 Narcea
Flag of aller.svg Escudo de Aller.svg Aller 375.910,413 Caudal
Amieva flag.svg Escudo de Amieva.svg Amieva 113.9628 Oriente
Aviles flag.svg Escudo de Aviles.svg Avilés 26.877,791 Avilés
Bandera de Belmonte de Miranda.gif Escudo de Belmonte de Miranda.svg Belmonte de Miranda 208.01,437 Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Bimenes.svg Bimenes 32.71,679Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Boal.svg Boal 120.31,482 Eo-Navia
Bandera de Cabrales.svg Escudo de Cabrales.svg Cabrales 238.31,941Oriente
Bandera de Cabranes.svg Cabranes.svg Cabranes 38.31,057Oviedo
Bandera de Candamo.svg Candamo.svg Candamo 72.01,969Avilés
Cangas de onis.png Escudo de Cangas de Onis.svg Cangas de Onís 212.76,209Oriente
No flag.svg Escudo de Cangas del Narcea.svg Cangas del Narcea 823.812,124Narcea
No flag.svg Escudo de Caravia.svg Caravia 13.4469Oriente
Flag of carreno.png Escudo de Carreno.svg Carreño 66.710,301 Gijón
No flag.svg Escudo de Caso.svg Caso 308.01,457 Nalón
Castrillon flag.svg Escudo de Castrillon.svg Castrillón 55.322,273Avilés
Flag castropol.svg Escudo de Castropol.svg Castropol 125.83,342Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Coana.svg Coaña 65.93,296Eo-Navia
Flag of Colunga.SVG Escudo de Colunga.svg Colunga 97.63,205Oriente
Corvera flag.svg Escudo de Corvera de Asturias.svg Corvera de Asturias 46.015,525Avilés
Bandera de Cudillero.svg Escudo de Cudillero.svg Cudillero 100.84,922Avilés
No flag.svg Escudo de Degana.svg Degaña 87.2881Narcea
No flag.svg Escudo de El Franco.svg El Franco 78.03,760Eo-Navia
Flag of Gijon.svg Escudo de Gijon.svg Gijón 181.6271,717 Gijón
Gozon flag.svg Escudo de Gozon.svg Gozón 81.710,282Avilés
Bandera de Grado.svg Grado.svg Grado 216.79,703Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Grandas de Salime.svg Grandas de Salime 112.5815Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Ibias.svg Ibias 333.31,207Narcea
No flag.svg Illano.svg Illano 102.7333Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Illas.svg Illas 25.51,023Avilés
Bandera de Langreo.svg Escudo de Langreo.svg Langreo 82.539,183Nalón
Flag of Laviana.jpg Coat of Arms of Laviana (Official).svg Laviana 131.012,882Nalón
Bandera de Lena.svg Escudo de Lena.svg Lena 315.510,701Caudal
No flag.svg Escudo de Llanera (Asturias).svg Llanera 106.713,695Oviedo
Flag of llanes.svg Escudo de Llanes.svg Llanes 263.613,473Oriente
Bandera de Mieres.svg Escudo de Mieres.svg Mieres 146.037,537Caudal
Morcin flag.svg Escudo de Morcin.svg Morcín 50.02,555Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Muros de Nalon.svg Muros de Nalón 8.11,887Avilés
Flag of Nava, Asturias.svg Escudo de Nava.svg Nava 95.85,276Oviedo
Navia Spain.svg Escudo de Navia.svg Navia 63.18,322Eo-Navia
Flag norena.svg Escudo de Norena.svg Noreña 5.75,145Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Onis.gif Onís 75.4734Oriente
Uvieu flag.svg Escudo de Oviedo.svg Oviedo 186.6219,910Oviedo
Bandera de Parres.svg Escudo de Parres.svg Parres 126.15,315Oriente
No flag.svg Escudo de Penamellera Alta.svg Peñamellera Alta 92.2498Oriente
Flag of Penamellera Baja, Asturias.svg Escudo de Penamellera Baja.svg Peñamellera Baja 83.81,227Oriente
Flag of Pesoz.svg Escudo de Pesoz.gif Pesoz 39.0148Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Pilona.svg Piloña 283.96,875Oriente
Bandera de Ponga.svg Escudo de Ponga.svg Ponga 206.0572Oriente
Bandera de Pravia.svg Escudo de Pravia.svg Pravia 103.07,984Avilés
No flag.svg Escudo de Proaza.svg Proaza 76.8707Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Quiros.svg Quirós 208.81,187Oviedo
No flag.svg Escudo de Las Regueras.svg Las Regueras 65.81,839Oviedo
Bandera de Ribadedeva - 2.png Escudo de Ribadedeva.svg Ribadedeva 35.71,741Oriente
Bandera de Ribadesella.svg Escudo de Ribadesella.svg Ribadesella 84.45,688Oriente
Flag of riberadearriba.svg Escudo de Ribera de Arriba.svg Ribera de Arriba 22.01,837Oviedo
Bandera de Riosa.svg Escudo de Municipal Riosa.svg Riosa 46.51,848Oviedo
Bandera de Salas.png Escudo de Salas (Asturias).svg Salas 227.14,900Oviedo
No flag.svg San Martín de Oscos 66.6376Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de San Martin del Rey Aurelio.svg San Martín del Rey Aurelio 56.115,817Nalón
No flag.svg Escudo de San Tirso de Abres.svg San Tirso de Abres 31.4421Eo-Navia
Flag santaeulaliadeoscos.svg Santa Eulalia de Oscos 47.1449Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Santo Adriano.svg Santo Adriano 22.6273Oviedo
Flag sariego.svg Escudo de Sariego.svg Sariego 25.71,254Oviedo
Siero flag.svg Escudo de Siero.svg Siero 211.251,509Oviedo
Bandera de Sobrescobio.svg Escudo de Sobrescobio.svg Sobrescobio 69.4814Nalón
Flag somiedo.svg Somiedo 291.41,093Oviedo
Bandera de Soto del Barco.svg Soto del Barco 35.33,800Avilés
Flag of tapiadecasariego.svg Escudo de Tapia de Casariego.svg Tapia de Casariego 66.03,726Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Taramundi.svg Taramundi 82.2602Eo-Navia
Bandera de Teverga.svg Escudo de Teverga.svg Teverga 173.81,554Oviedo
Flag of tineo.svg Escudo de Tineo.svg Tineo 540.79,199Narcea
Flag valdes.png Escudo de Valdes.svg Valdés 353.511,394Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Vegadeo.svg Vegadeo 82.83,926Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Villanueva de Oscos.svg Villanueva de Oscos 73.0272Eo-Navia
Flag of Villaviciosa.png Escudo de Villaviciosa.svg Villaviciosa 276.214,470Gijón
No flag.svg Escudo de Villayon.svg Villayón 132.51,180Eo-Navia
No flag.svg Escudo de Yernes y Tameza.svg Yernes y Tameza 31.6133Oviedo
Totals1,018,784

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References

  1. Estimate at 1 January 2020: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.