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Is Malta Bigger Than Majorca? (Comparison)

Is Malta Bigger Than Majorca? (Comparison)

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Is Malta Bigger than Majorca

Malta is an island country in the Southern part of Europe located in the Mediterranean sea, whereas Majorca is an island of Spain located in the Mediterranean region. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between Malta and Majorca regarding various aspects.


Is Malta bigger than Majorca?

The total area of Malta is 316 sq km, and the total area of Majorca is 3,640.11 sq km. Malta is smaller than Majorca by 3,324.11 sq km. Malta is around 11.52 times smaller than Majorca.

Area of Malta:  122 sq mi ( 316 km2 )

Area of Malta compared to Majorca

Area of Majorca/ Mallorca:  1,405.45 sq mi ( 3,640.11 km2 )

Area of Majorca compared to Malta


According to the data from Worldometer, the total population of Malta as of 5th July 2021, is estimated to be around 442,725.

Population of Malta compared to Majorca

Based on the Eurostat data, the total population of Majorca as of 2019 was estimated to be around 923,608.

Population of Majorca compared to Malta

Here is some more data comparison between Malta and Majorca.

The capital city of Malta is Valletta, and the capital city of Majorca is Palma.

Official Languages

Malta: Maltese, English
Majorca: Spanish, Catalan

Human Development Index

HDI of Malta as of 2019: 0.895
HDI of Majorca as of 2018: 0.904

Malta Timezone: 

UTC + 1 (Central European Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC + 2 (Central European Summer Time)

Majorca Timezone: 

UTC + 1 (Central European Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC + 2 (Central European Summer Time)

Malta and Majorca are in the same time zone. 

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of Malta:
35° 54′ 0″ N, 14° 31′ 0″ E

Coordinates of Majorca:
39° 37′ 0″ N2° 59′ 0″ E

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By Aashish Poudel Genuine

Aashish Poudel Genuine is a web developer, writer and currently a student in Cyprus. He has created this site to help people who are willing to come to Cyprus or want to know more about this country.

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