Valle del Guadalhorce

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Valle del Guadalhorce
Location in the province of Málaga.
Location in the province of Málaga.
Country Spain
Autonomous communityAndalusia
ProvinceMálaga
CapitalCoín
Area
 • Total805.6 km2 (311.0 sq mi)
Population
 (2018)[1]
 • Total139,915
 • Density170/km2 (450/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

The Valle del Guadalhorce is a comarca in the province of Málaga, Andalusia, southern Spain. It includes 8 municipalities and is part of the natural region of the Guadalhorce river.

Coín is traditionally considered the most important town in the comarca.

Municipalities[edit]

Municipality Area
(km²)
Population
2011[2]
Population
2018[3]
Alhaurín de la Torre 82.7 37,020 39,911
Alhaurín el Grande 73.1 23,164 24,123
Almogía 162.9 4,081 3,770
Álora 169.6 13,273 12,951
Cártama 105.1 23,225 25,758
Coín 127.4 21,692 21,716
Pizarra 63.6 9,099 9,118
Valle de Abdalajís 21.2 2,742 2,568
Totals 805.6 134,296 139,915

References[edit]

  1. ^ Estimate at 1 January 2018: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.
  2. ^ Census at 1 November 2011: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.
  3. ^ Estimate at 1 January 2018: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid.

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Coordinates: 36°45′07″N 4°39′29″W / 36.75194°N 4.65806°W / 36.75194; -4.65806