The list below shows all of the autonomous communities and two autonomous cities of Spain. The list shown is from 2018 and is in Euros and International Dollar.[1] Catalonia and Madrid are the largest communities in Spain in terms of GDP. Ceuta and Melilla are the smallest communities in Spain and are autonomous cities. In 2018, according to DatosMacro, the economies every community in the country grew with Madrid and Cantabria with 3,7% and 3,4% respectively, whilst Murcia, the worst performing, grew by just 1.5%.

List of autonomous communities by GDP

A review of the economy of the autonomous communities was published in December 2019, slightly changing the position of all regions, the data of the GDP are fully updated, however, those of the PPP are not .

Rank Autonomous community GDP in billions € Percentage of GDP Year
1  Madrid 230.7 19.2% 2018
2  Catalonia 228.6 19.0% 2018
3  Andalusia 160.6 13.4% 2018
4  Valencia 110.9 9.2% 2018
5  Basque Country 72.1 6.0% 2018
6  Galicia 62.5 5.2% 2018
7  Castile and León 57.9 4.8% 2018
8  Canary Islands 45.7 3.8% 2018
9  Castilla–La Mancha 41.3 3.4% 2018
10  Aragon 37.0 3.1% 2018
11  Balearic Islands 32.5 2.7% 2018
12  Murcia 31.4 2.6% 2018
13  Asturias 23.3 1.9% 2018
14  Navarre 20.2 1.7% 2018
15  Extremadura 20.0 1.7% 2018
16  Cantabria 13.8 1.1% 2018
17  La Rioja 8.5 0.7% 2018
18  Ceuta 1.7 0.1% 2018
19  Melilla 1.5 0.1% 2018

List of autonomous communities by GDP per capita

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Rank Autonomous community GDP per capita in € GDP per capita in $ Year
1  Madrid 35.041 41.045 2018
2  Basque Country 33.223 39.133 2018
3  Navarre 31.389 36.854 2018
-  European Union 30.958 36.428 2018
4  Catalonia 30.426 35.700 2018
5  Aragon 28.151 33.118 2018
6  Balearic Islands 27.682 32.356 2018
7  La Rioja 27.225 32.062 2018
-  Spain 25.730 30.298 2018
8  Castile and León 24.031 28.409 2018
9  Cantabria 23.757 28.021 2018
10  Galicia 23.183 27.365 2018
11  Asturias 22.789 26.964 2018
12  Valencia 22.426 26.348 2018
13  Murcia 21.269 24.973 2018
14  Canary Islands 20.892 24.463 2018
15  Castilla–La Mancha 20.363 23.989 2018
16  Ceuta 20.120 23.790 2018
17  Andalusia 19.107 22.512 2018
18  Extremadura 18.769 22.202 2018
19  Melilla 18.533 21.866 2018

Provincial GDP

All provinces and islands of Spain by GDP and GDP per capita in 2015.[2]

Province Autonomous community 2015 GDP
(in mil. of Euro)
2015 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
2015 GDP per
capita (in Euro)
2015 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
A Coruña  Galicia 24,437 36,590 21,695 32,484
Lugo  Galicia 7,069 10,585 20,943 31,359
Ourense  Galicia 6,176 9,248 19,501 29,200
Pontevedra  Galicia 18,644 27,916 19,693 29,487
Asturias Province  Asturias 21,219 31,772 20,297 30,392
Cantabria Province  Cantabria 12,196 18,262 20,886 31,273
Álava  Basque Country 11,482 17,192 35,744 53,521
Gipuzkoa  Basque Country 21,788 32,624 30,791 46,105
Biscay  Basque Country 33,212 49,730 29,242 43,786
Navarre Province  Navarre 18,564 27,797 29,146 43,641
La Rioja Province (Spain)  La Rioja 7,856 11,763 25,084 37,559
Huesca  Aragon 5,615 8,408 25,368 37,985
Teruel  Aragon 3,324 4,977 24,284 36,361
Zaragoza  Aragon 24,504 36,691 25,412 38,050
Madrid Province  Madrid 203,602 304,861 31,789 47,599
Ávila  Castile and León 2,999 4,491 18,209 27,265
Burgos  Castile and León 9,335 13,978 25,831 38,677
León  Castile and León 9,386 14,054 19,652 29,426
Palencia  Castile and León 3,972 5,947 24,068 36,038
Salamanca  Castile and León 6,614 9,903 19,437 29,104
Segovia  Castile and León 3,306 4,950 21,037 31,500
Soria  Castile and León 2,192 3,282 24,019 35,965
Valladolid  Castile and León 12,450 18,642 23,664 35,433
Zamora  Castile and León 3,396 5,085 18,584 27,826
Albacete  Castilla–La Mancha 7,227 10,821 18,345 27,469
Ciudad Real  Castilla–La Mancha 9,704 14,530 18,980 28,419
Cuenca  Castilla–La Mancha 4,065 6,087 19,800 29,648
Guadalajara  Castilla–La Mancha 4,587 6,868 18,029 26,996
Toledo  Castilla–La Mancha 11,852 17,747 17,154 25,686
Badajoz  Extremadura 10,815 16,194 15,804 23,664
Cáceres  Extremadura 6,653 9,962 16,469 24,660
Barcelona  Catalonia 151,145 226,315 27,787 41,607
Girona  Catalonia 19,941 29,858 26,911 40,295
Lleida  Catalonia 12,184 18,244 28,343 42,439
Tarragona  Catalonia 22,265 33,338 28,098 42,072
Alicante  Valencia 33,472 50,119 18,168 27,204
Castellón  Valencia 13,202 19,768 23,047 34,509
Valencia  Valencia 54,101 81,008 21,461 32,135
Ibiza and Formentera  Balearic Islands 3,470 5,196 22,029 32,985
Mallorca  Balearic Islands 22,116 33,115 25,145 37,650
Menorca  Balearic Islands 1,752 2,623 18,802 28,153
Almería  Andalusia 12,808 19,178 18,464 27,647
Cádiz  Andalusia 19,917 29,823 15,954 23,888
Córdoba  Andalusia 13,306 19,924 16,757 25,091
Granada  Andalusia 15,574 23,320 16,959 25,394
Huelva  Andalusia 9,027 13,517 17,297 25,899
Jaén  Andalusia 10,851 16,248 16,711 25,023
Málaga  Andalusia 27,727 41,517 16,948 25,378
Seville  Andalusia 35,841 53,666 18,474 27,662
Murcia Province  Murcia 28,212 42,243 19,256 28,832
Ceuta Province  Ceuta 1,595 2,388 18,838 28,207
Melilla Province  Melilla 1,456 2,180 17,196 25,748
El Hierro  Canary Islands 178 267 16,682 24,979
Fuerteventura  Canary Islands 2,298 3,441 20,695 30,988
Gran Canaria  Canary Islands 15,812 23,676 18,491 27,688
La Gomera  Canary Islands 394 590 18,515 27,723
La Palma  Canary Islands 1,423 2,131 17,112 25,622
Lanzarote  Canary Islands 3,203 4,796 22,490 33,675
Tenerife  Canary Islands 17,615 26,376 19,421 29,080

See also

Notes

References

  1. ^ "PIB de las Comunidades Autónomas 2020".
  2. ^ Regions and Cities > Regional Statistics > Regional Economy > Regional GDP per Capita, OECD.Stats. Accessed on 16 November 2018.

http://www.datosmacro.com/pib/espana-comunidades-autonomas%7C PIB de las Comunidades Autónomas