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    • The Atlantic coast extends into three regions: Galicia, part of Andalusia and Canary Islands. This coast is high and rocky . With cliffs and many estuaries. Andalusian coast
    • The Cantabrian coast is generally high and rocky with cliffs and estuaries. The Cantabrian coast extends into three regions: Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country. Asturias Basque Country
    • . . The Mediterranean coast is Spani´s longest coast. It is generally low and with sandy beaches. The Mediterranean coast extends from the French border in Catalonia to the Strait of Gibraltar in Andalusia and the Balearic Islands The Balearic Islands are high and rocky but there are sandy beaches.
    • Spain has two large archipelagos: Balearic Islands Canary Islands
    • They are located to the east of the Peninsula, in the Mediterranean Sea. There are five main islands: Mallorca, Ibiza, Manorca, Formentera and Cabrera. As well as few smaller islands Mallorca is the largest island and it is the most mountainous. The main mount range is the Tramuntana Range.
    • They are located to the west Africa, in the Atlantic Ocean. There are seven main islands: La Palma, El Hierro, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. These islands are of volcanic origin. This means the land was formed by lava from volcanoes. The relief is very mountainous. Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain.