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Spain Elevation Map

Spain has a diverse and complex topography consisting of mountain ranges, plateaus, and coastal regions.


The country's high peaks are concentrated in the Pyrenees, Sierra Nevada, and the Cantabrian Mountain range with their altitudes exceeding 2500 meters.


The plateaus of the Meseta Central cover approximately half of the country's land area with an average elevation of around 660 meters.

Spain's low coastal regions around the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean mostly lie below 200 meters.

Highest point

The highest point in Spain is Mount Teide located in the Canary Islands with a peak elevation of 3718 meters.

Lowest point

The lowest point in Spain is the delta of the Ebro River which lies 7 meters below sea level.

Similar landscape

Spain's topography is similar to Italy, France, and Portugal as all these countries have mountainous regions and coastal areas.

Popular cities

See here a list of 10 cities in Spain and their elevation above sea level.