Iberian Peninsula

The Iberian Peninsula, often known as Iberia, is a peninsula in southwestern Europe that defines Eurasia’s westernmost boundary.

It is mostly shared between and Portugal, encompassing the majority of their land, as well as a minor portion of Southern , Andorra, and Gibraltar.

It is the second biggest European peninsula by size, after the Scandinavian Peninsula, with an area of around 583,254 square kilometers (225,196 sq mi) and a population of over 53 million.