Largest Islands In Europe

Islands In Europe

Largest Islands In Europe

The list of the largest Island in Europe includes the name, country or region information, Area Square kilometre and area square miles.

A brief definition of an Island: An Island is a Mass of Land completely surrounded by Water.

The largest Island in Europe is Great Britain covering 93,627.8 Area Square Miles, comprises the nations of England, Scotland and Wales. England is the largest country on the island measuring at 50,301 mi² and the smallest is Wales measuring at 8,005.8 mi².

The smallest Island in Europe is Kråkerøy in Norway and Elafonisos in Greece measuring at 20 Area km² or 8 Area Square Mile.

The list of Largest Island in Europe is ordered by area:

RankingIslandCountries / RegionsArea km²Area Square Mile
1Great BritainEngland, Scotland, Wales242,495 km²93,627.8 mi²
2IcelandIceland103,000 km²103,000 km²
3IrelandIreland & Northern Ireland84,421 km²32,595 mi²
4Severny IslandRussia48,904 km²18,882 mi²
5West SpitsbergenSvalbard, Norway37,673 km²14,546 mi²
6Yuzhny IslandRussia33,275 km²12,848 mi²
7SicilyItaly25,711 km²9,927.1 mi²
8SardiniaItaly24,090 km²9,301.2 mi²
9North East LandSvalbard, Norway14,443 km²5,576.5 mi²
10CyprusCyprus, Northern Cyprus, Akrotiri and Dhekelia9,251 km²3,572 mi²
11CorsicaFrance8,680 km²3,351 mi²
12CreteGreece8,336 km²3,219 mi²

Madeira and the Canary Islands are not considered part of Europe, whereas Cyprus is. Cyprus is often considered to be a part of both Asia and Europe.


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