Is Sardinia Bigger Than Granada (Province)? (Comparison)

Sardinia is an island of Italy located in the Mediterranean sea, whereas Granada is a province of southern Spain, in the eastern part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between Sardinia and the province of Granada regarding various aspects.


Is Sardinia bigger than Granada Province?

The total area of Sardinia is 24,090 sq km, and the total area of Granada Province is 12,531 sq km. Sardinia is bigger than Granada by 11,559 sq km. Sardinia is around 1.92 times bigger than Granada.

Area of Sardinia:  24,090 sq mi ( 9,300 km2 )

Area of Sardinia compared to Granada

Area of Province of Granada:  4,838 sq mi ( 12,531 km2 )

Area of Granada Province compared to Sardinia



According to the Eurostat data, the total population of Sardinia as of 2019 was estimated to be around 1.64 Million.

Population of Sardinia compared to Granada

Based on the Eurostat, Instituto Nacional de Estadística data, the total population of Granada Province as of 2019 was estimated to be around 919,700.

Population of the Province of Granada compared to Sardinia

Here is some more data comparison between Sardinia and Granada Province.

The capital city of Sardinia is Cagliari, and the capital city of Granada Province is Granada.

Official Languages

Sardinia: Italian
Granada: Spanish

Human Development Index

HDI of Sardinia as of 2018: 0.858
HDI of Granada as of 2019: 0.779

Sardinia Timezone:

UTC + 1 (Central European Time)

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

Granada (Spain) Timezone: 

UTC + 0 to UTC + 1 (Western European Time and Central European Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC + 1 to UTC + 2 (Western European Summer Time and Central European Summer Time)

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of Sardinia:
40° 0′ 0″ N, 9° 0′ 0″ E

Coordinates of Granada:
37° 15′ 0″ N3° 15′ 0″ W

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