List of Regions of Europe

In Europe,  many regions divided geographically and Politically, only prominent and famous regions are mentioned in the below list.

Map Regions Area(km2) Basin Countries
Adriatic Coast Adriatic Coast 138,600 Croatia, Italy, Montenegro, San Marino, Slovenia
Baltic States Baltic States 175,015 Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Atlantic Coast Atlantic Coast 830,000 France, Iceland, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom
Balkan Peninsula Balkan Peninsula 666,700 Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosova, Macedonia, Montenegro
Benelux Benelux 76,657 Belgium, Luxemburg, Netherlands
Black Sea Black Sea 436,402 Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine
Carpathians Carpathians 190,000 Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Serbia
Iberian Peninsula Iberian Peninsula 582,000 Spain, Portugal
Mediterranean Mediterranean 2,500,000 Sardinia, Majorca, Santorini, Ibiza, Corfu Island, Minorca
North Sea North Sea 750,000 Norway, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France
Scandinavia Scandinavia 928,057 Sweden, Norway, Denmark
The Alps The Alps 298,128 France, Austria, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, Italy, Germany, Switzerland
British Isles British Isles 315,159 United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, Ireland

Directional divisions

Map Region Besin Countries
Central Europe Central Europe Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland
Eastern europe Eastern Europe Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine
Northern Europe Northern Europe Ireland, Iceland, United Kingdom, Faroe Islands, Netherlands, Northern Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, northern Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus,Russia, Greenland
Southern Europe Southern Europe Spain, Portugal, Italian peninsula, Southern France, Greece, Malta
Western Europe Western Europe Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Switzerland

Do you Know?

  • The European Union is the economically divided region for economic development.
  • The Benelux Union is established on 5th September 1944. And is a Politico-economic union for grouping to the geographic, economic and culture.
  • The Countries in the Mediterranean region has many tourist sites and are the important income source.
  • Interestingly, British isles comprise more than six thousand smaller islands.
  • The Alps are the highest and most extensive mountain range. It is stretching about 1,200 km.
  • Baltic States is formed to cooperate in several intergovernmental organization on a regional level.
  • Mount Musala (2,925 meters) is the highest point of Balkan Peninsula.
  • There is argue for the inclusion of the Iceland, Finland, and Faroe Island to Scandinavia region.
  • Mediterranean (2,500,000 km2) is the largest geographical region while Benelux (76,657 km2) is the smallest region in Europe.
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