Municipalities of Cuba

Summary

The municipalities are listed below, by province:

ProvinceMunicipalities
Artemisa Province
Camagüey Province
Ciego de Ávila Province
Cienfuegos Province
Granma Province
Guantánamo Province
Havana
Holguín Province
Isla de la JuventudIsla de la Juventud (seat: Nueva Gerona)
Las Tunas Province
Matanzas Province
Mayabeque Province
Pinar del Río Province
Sancti Spíritus Province
Santiago de Cuba Province
Villa Clara Province

Municipalities by province

Source: Population from 2004 Census.[2] Area from 1976 municipal re-distribution.[3]

Artemisa Province

Artemisa Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities. Artemisa was created in 2011 as a split of the former La Habana province and addition of the three most eastern municipalities of Pinar del Río.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Alquizar29,61619322.80667°N 82.58278°W / 22.80667; -82.58278 (Alquizar)
Artemisa81,20969022.81361°N 82.76333°W / 22.81361; -82.76333 (Artemisa)Provincial capital
Bahía Honda45,96878422.90639°N 83.16361°W / 22.90639; -83.16361 (Bahía Honda)Transferred from Pinar del Río Province in 2011
Bauta45,50915722.99194°N 82.54917°W / 22.99194; -82.54917 (Bauta)
Caimito36,81323822.95778°N 82.59639°W / 22.95778; -82.59639 (Caimito)
Candelaria19,52329922.74444°N 82.96583°W / 22.74444; -82.96583 (Candelaria)Transferred from Pinar del Río Province in 2011
Guanajay28,42911322.93056°N 82.68778°W / 22.93056; -82.68778 (Guanajay)
Güira de Melena37,83817822.80222°N 82.50472°W / 22.80222; -82.50472 (Güira de Melena)
Mariel42,50426922.99389°N 82.75389°W / 22.99389; -82.75389 (Mariel)
San Antonio de los Baños46,30012722.88889°N 82.49861°W / 22.88889; -82.49861 (San Antonio de los)
San Cristóbal70,83093622.71694°N 83.05111°W / 22.71694; -83.05111 (San Cristóbal)Transferred from Pinar del Río Province in 2011

Camagüey Province

Camagüey Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Camagüey324,9211,10621.38389°N 77.90722°W / 21.38389; -77.90722 (Camagüey)Provincial capital, World Heritage Site
Carlos M. de Cespedes25,70765321.57694°N 78.27750°W / 21.57694; -78.27750 (Carlos M. de Cespedes)
Esmeralda29,9531,48021.85611°N 78.11111°W / 21.85611; -78.11111 (Esmeralda)
Florida73,6121,80021.52944°N 78.22250°W / 21.52944; -78.22250 (Florida)
Guáimaro57,0861,84721.05889°N 77.34778°W / 21.05889; -77.34778 (Guáimaro)
Jimaguayú21,16979921.26667°N 77.83028°W / 21.26667; -77.83028 (Jimaguayú)
Minas38,5171,01521.48944°N 77.60472°W / 21.48944; -77.60472 (Minas)
Najasa16,47092121.08389°N 77.74694°W / 21.08389; -77.74694 (Najasa)
Nuevitas44,88241521.54028°N 77.26444°W / 21.54028; -77.26444 (Nuevitas)
Santa Cruz del Sur51,3351,12220.71944°N 77.99083°W / 20.71944; -77.99083 (Santa Cruz del Sur)
Sibanicú31,11773621.23917°N 77.52083°W / 21.23917; -77.52083 (Sibanicú)
Sierra de Cubitas18,58954921.73306°N 77.77056°W / 21.73306; -77.77056 (Sierra de Cubitas)Sola
Vertientes53,2992,00521.25722°N 78.14889°W / 21.25722; -78.14889 (Vertientes)

Ciego de Ávila Province

Ciego de Ávila Province is sub-divided into 10 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Baraguá32,40872821.68222°N 78.62444°W / 21.68222; -78.62444 (Baraguá)Gaspar
Bolivia16,61291822.07500°N 78.35028°W / 22.07500; -78.35028 (Bolivia)
Chambas39,86876922.19667°N 78.91306°W / 22.19667; -78.91306 (Chambas)
Ciego de Ávila135,73644521.84806°N 78.76278°W / 21.84806; -78.76278 (Ciego de Ávila)Provincial capital
Ciro Redondo29,56058822.01889°N 78.70278°W / 22.01889; -78.70278 (Ciro Redondo)
Florencia19,81128622.14750°N 78.96694°W / 22.14750; -78.96694 (Florencia)
Majagua26,61754421.92444°N 78.99056°W / 21.92444; -78.99056 (Majagua)
Morón60,61261522.11083°N 78.62778°W / 22.11083; -78.62778 (Morón)
Primero de Enero27,81371321.94528°N 78.41889°W / 21.94528; -78.41889 (Primero de Enero)Violeta
Venezuela27,33371621.75111°N 78.77889°W / 21.75111; -78.77889 (Venezuela)

Cienfuegos Province

Cienfuegos Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Abreus30,33056422.28056°N 80.56778°W / 22.28056; -80.56778 (Abreus)
Aguada de Pasajeros31,68768022.38472°N 80.84611°W / 22.38472; -80.84611 (Aguada de Pasajeros)
Cienfuegos163,82433322.14583°N 80.43639°W / 22.14583; -80.43639 (Cienfuegos)Provincial capital, World Heritage Site
Cruces32,13919822.34222°N 80.27611°W / 22.34222; -80.27611 (Cruces)
Cumanayagua51,4351,09922.15250°N 80.20111°W / 22.15250; -80.20111 (Cumanayagua)
Lajas22,60243022.41639°N 80.29056°W / 22.41639; -80.29056 (Lajas)
Palmira33,15331822.24444°N 80.39417°W / 22.24444; -80.39417 (Palmira)
Rodas33,47755222.34278°N 80.55528°W / 22.34278; -80.55528 (Rodas)

Granma Province

Granma Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Bartolomé Masó53,02462920.16861°N 76.94250°W / 20.16861; -76.94250 (Bartolomé Masó)
Bayamo222,11891820.38167°N 76.64250°W / 20.38167; -76.64250 (Bayamo)Provincial capital
Buey Arriba31,32745220.17361°N 76.74917°W / 20.17361; -76.74917 (Buey Arriba)
Campechuela46,09257720.23333°N 77.27889°W / 20.23333; -77.27889 (Campechuela)
Cauto Cristo21,15955020.56222°N 76.46944°W / 20.56222; -76.46944 (Cauto Cristo)
Guisa50,92359620.26111°N 76.53806°W / 20.26111; -76.53806 (Guisa)
Jiguaní60,32064620.37333°N 76.42222°W / 20.37333; -76.42222 (Jiguaní)
Manzanillo130,78949820.33972°N 77.10861°W / 20.33972; -77.10861 (Manzanillo)
Media Luna35,33037620.14444°N 77.43611°W / 20.14444; -77.43611 (Media Luna)
Niquero41,25258220.04722°N 77.57806°W / 20.04722; -77.57806 (Niquero)
Pilón29,75146219.90556°N 77.32083°W / 19.90556; -77.32083 (Pilón)
Río Cauto47,8331,50020.56389°N 76.91722°W / 20.56389; -76.91722 (Río Cauto)
Yara59,41557620.27694°N 76.94694°W / 20.27694; -76.94694 (Yara)

Guantánamo Province

Guantánamo Province is sub-divided into 10 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Baracoa81,79497720.35056°N 74.51028°W / 20.35056; -74.51028 (Baracoa)
Caimanera10,56236619.99500°N 75.15972°W / 19.99500; -75.15972 (Caimanera)
El Salvador45,66263720.20972°N 75.22278°W / 20.20972; -75.22278 (El Salvador)
Guantánamo244,60374120.13694°N 75.21389°W / 20.13694; -75.21389 (Guantánamo)Provincial capital
Imías20,95952420.07694°N 74.65167°W / 20.07694; -74.65167 (Imías)
Maisí28,27652520.24333°N 74.15583°W / 20.24333; -74.15583 (Maisí)La Máquina
Manuel Tames14,20052620.18056°N 75.05139°W / 20.18056; -75.05139 (Manuel Tames)Jamaica
Niceto Pérez17,78364020.12778°N 75.34194°W / 20.12778; -75.34194 (Niceto Pérez)La Yaya
San Antonio del Sur26,50958520.05694°N 74.80778°W / 20.05694; -74.80778 (San Antonio del Sur)
Yateras20,35866420.35028°N 74.92417°W / 20.35028; -74.92417 (Yateras)Palenque

Havana

Havana (Ciudad De La Habana), the national capital, is sub-divided into 15 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Arroyo Naranjo210,0538323.04361°N 82.33278°W / 23.04361; -82.33278 (Arroyo Naranjo)
Boyeros188,59313423.00722°N 82.40167°W / 23.00722; -82.40167 (Boyeros)
Centro Habana158,151423.13333°N 82.38333°W / 23.13333; -82.38333 (Centro Habana)
Cerro132,3511023.11361°N 82.36333°W / 23.11361; -82.36333 (Cerro)
Cotorro74,6506623.02611°N 82.24750°W / 23.02611; -82.24750 (Cotorro)
Diez de Octubre227,2931223.08806°N 82.35972°W / 23.08806; -82.35972 (Diez de Octubre)
Guanabacoa112,96412723.06111°N 82.28972°W / 23.06111; -82.28972 (Guanabacoa)
La Habana del Este178,04114523.15694°N 82.29694°W / 23.15694; -82.29694 (La Habana del Este)
La Habana Vieja95,383523.13889°N 82.35556°W / 23.13889; -82.35556 (La Habana Vieja)World Heritage Site
La Lisa131,1483823.02472°N 82.46306°W / 23.02472; -82.46306 (La Lisa)
Marianao135,5512123.08417°N 82.42972°W / 23.08417; -82.42972 (Marianao)
Playa186,9593623.09417°N 82.44889°W / 23.09417; -82.44889 (Playa)
Plaza de la Revolución161,6311223.12444°N 82.38611°W / 23.12444; -82.38611 (Plaza de la Revolución)Government District
Regla44,431923.12556°N 82.31528°W / 23.12556; -82.31528 (Regla)
San Miguel del Padrón159,2732623.09639°N 82.32667°W / 23.09639; -82.32667 (San Miguel del Padrón)

Holguín Province

Holguín Province is sub-divided into 14 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Antilla12,22210020.84861°N 75.75250°W / 20.84861; -75.75250 (Antilla)
Báguanos52,85480620.76306°N 76.02944°W / 20.76306; -76.02944 (Báguanos)
Banes81,27478120.97000°N 75.71139°W / 20.97000; -75.71139 (Banes)
Cacocum42,62366120.74389°N 76.32417°W / 20.74389; -76.32417 (Cacocum)
Calixto García57,86761720.85417°N 76.60194°W / 20.85417; -76.60194 (Calixto Garcia)Buenaventura
Cueto34,50332620.64833°N 75.93167°W / 20.64833; -75.93167 (Cueto)
Frank País25,62151020.66472°N 75.28139°W / 20.66472; -75.28139 (Frank País)Cayo Mambí
Gibara72,81063021.10722°N 76.13667°W / 21.10722; -76.13667 (Gibara)
Holguín326,74066620.88889°N 76.25722°W / 20.88889; -76.25722 (Holguín)Provincial Capital
Mayarí105,5051,30720.65944°N 75.67778°W / 20.65944; -75.67778 (Mayarí)
Moa71,07973020.64000°N 74.91750°W / 20.64000; -74.91750 (Moa)
Rafael Freyre50,08062021.02833°N 75.99639°W / 21.02833; -75.99639 (Rafael Freyre)Santa Lucía
Sagua de Tánamo52,01370420.58611°N 75.24167°W / 20.58611; -75.24167 (Sagua de Tánamo)
Urbano Noris43,89284620.60139°N 76.13250°W / 20.60139; -76.13250 (Urbano Noris)San Germán

Isla de la Juventud

Labeled as "special municipality", Isla de la Juventud is administered as a single administrative unit with 86,420 inhabitants. Nueva Gerona is the municipal capital.

Las Tunas Province

Las Tunas Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Amancio41,52385720.81972°N 77.58417°W / 20.81972; -77.58417 (Amancio)
Colombia32,94256320.99083°N 77.41583°W / 20.99083; -77.41583 (Colombia)
Jesús Menéndez51,00263821.16361°N 76.47722°W / 21.16361; -76.47722 (Jesús Menéndez)
Jobabo49,40388420.90806°N 77.28306°W / 20.90806; -77.28306 (Jobabo)
Las Tunas187,43889120.96000°N 76.95444°W / 20.96000; -76.95444 (Victoria de Las Tunas)Provincial capital
Majibacoa40,26462120.91722°N 76.87611°W / 20.91722; -76.87611 (Calixto)Calixto
Manatí33,57395321.31472°N 76.93750°W / 21.31472; -76.93750 (Manatí)
Puerto Padre93,7051,17821.19528°N 76.60139°W / 21.19528; -76.60139 (Puerto Padre)

Matanzas Province

As for 2011 Matanzas Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities, since Varadero municipality was abrogated.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Calimete29,73695822.53389°N 80.90972°W / 22.53389; -80.90972 (Calimete)
Cárdenas103,08756623.04278°N 81.20361°W / 23.04278; -81.20361 (Cárdenas)
Cienaga de Zapata8,7504,32022.28806°N 81.19750°W / 22.28806; -81.19750 (Playa Larga)Playa Larga
Colón71,57959722.72250°N 80.90639°W / 22.72250; -80.90639 (Colón)
Jagüey Grande57,77188222.52944°N 81.13250°W / 22.52944; -81.13250 (Jagüey Grande)
Jovellanos58,68550522.81056°N 81.19778°W / 22.81056; -81.19778 (Jovellanos)
Limonar25,42144922.95611°N 81.40861°W / 22.95611; -81.40861 (Limonar)
Los Arabos25,70276222.74000°N 80.71583°W / 22.74000; -80.71583 (Los Arabos)
Martí23,4751,07022.95250°N 80.91667°W / 22.95250; -80.91667 (Martí)
Matanzas143,70631723.05139°N 81.57500°W / 23.05139; -81.57500 (Matanzas)Provincial capital
Pedro Betancourt32,21838822.73056°N 81.29083°W / 22.73056; -81.29083 (Pedro Betancourt)
Perico31,14727822.77528°N 81.01500°W / 22.77528; -81.01500 (Perico)
Unión de Reyes40,02285622.80056°N 81.53694°W / 22.80056; -81.53694 (Unión de Reyes)
Varadero24,6813223.13972°N 81.28611°W / 23.13972; -81.28611 (Varadero)Merged into Cárdenas in 2011

Mayabeque Province

Mayabeque Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities. Mayabeque was created in 2011 as a split of former La Habana province.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Batabanó25,66418722.72472°N 82.28972°W / 22.72472; -82.28972 (Batabanó)
Bejucal25,42512022.93278°N 82.38694°W / 22.93278; -82.38694 (Bejucal)
Güines68,95144522.84778°N 82.02361°W / 22.84778; -82.02361 (Güines)
Jaruco25,65827623.04278°N 82.00917°W / 23.04278; -82.00917 (Jaruco)
Madruga30,64046422.91639°N 81.85694°W / 22.91639; -81.85694 (Madruga)
Melena del Sur20,44522722.78167°N 82.14833°W / 22.78167; -82.14833 (Melena del Sur)
Nueva Paz24,27751522.76333°N 81.75806°W / 22.76333; -81.75806 (Nueva Paz)
Quivicán29,25328322.82472°N 82.35583°W / 22.82472; -82.35583 (Quivicán)
San José de las Lajas69,37559122.96806°N 82.15583°W / 22.96806; -82.15583 (San José de las Lajas)Provincial capital
San Nicolás21,56324222.78194°N 81.90667°W / 22.78194; -81.90667 (San Nicolás)
Santa Cruz del Norte32,57637623.15583°N 81.92639°W / 23.15583; -81.92639 (Santa Cruz del Norte)

Pinar del Río Province

As for 2011 Pinar del Río Province is sub-divided into 11 municipalities, since the three most eastern municipalities were transferred to Artemisa Province.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Bahía Honda45,96878422.90639°N 83.16361°W / 22.90639; -83.16361 (Bahía Honda)Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
Candelaria19,52329922.74444°N 82.96583°W / 22.74444; -82.96583 (Candelaria)Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
Consolación del Sur87,5001,11222.50000°N 83.51528°W / 22.50000; -83.51528 (Consolación del Sur)
Guane35,89371722.20056°N 84.08361°W / 22.20056; -84.08361 (Guane)
La Palma35,42662122.75611°N 83.55333°W / 22.75611; -83.55333 (La Palma)
Los Palacios38,95078622.58250°N 83.24889°W / 22.58250; -83.24889 (Los Palacios)
Mantua26,06591522.29083°N 84.28722°W / 22.29083; -84.28722 (Mantua)
Minas de Matahambre34,41985822.58250°N 83.94917°W / 22.58250; -83.94917 (Minas de Matahambre)
Pinar del Río190,53270822.42583°N 83.68833°W / 22.42583; -83.68833 (Pinar del Río)Provincial capital
San Cristóbal70,83093622.71694°N 83.05111°W / 22.71694; -83.05111 (San Cristóbal)Transferred to Artemisa Province in 2011
San Juan y Martínez45,06140922.26667°N 83.83389°W / 22.26667; -83.83389 (San Juan y Martínez)
San Luis34,08576522.28306°N 83.76778°W / 22.28306; -83.76778 (San Luis)
Sandino39,2451,71822.08111°N 84.22167°W / 22.08111; -84.22167 (Sandino)
Viñales27,12970422.61528°N 83.71583°W / 22.61528; -83.71583 (Viñales)World Heritage Site

Sancti Spíritus Province

Sancti Spíritus Province is sub-divided into 8 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Cabaiguán67,22459722.08389°N 79.49528°W / 22.08389; -79.49528 (Cabaiguán)
Fomento33,52847122.10528°N 79.72000°W / 22.10528; -79.72000 (Fomento)
Jatibonico42,70827621.94639°N 79.16750°W / 21.94639; -79.16750 (Jaruco)
La Sierpe16,9371,03521.76083°N 79.24333°W / 21.76083; -79.24333 (La Sierpe)
Sancti Spíritus133,8431,15121.93417°N 79.44361°W / 21.93417; -79.44361 (Sancti Spíritus)Provincial capital
Taguasco36,36551822.00528°N 79.26500°W / 22.00528; -79.26500 (Taguasco)
Trinidad73,4661,15521.80444°N 79.98278°W / 21.80444; -79.98278 (Trinidad)World Heritage Site
Yaguajay58,9381,03222.33056°N 79.23694°W / 22.33056; -79.23694 (Yaguajay)

Santiago de Cuba Province

Santiago de Cuba Province is sub-divided into 9 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Contramaestre101,832610.320.30000°N 76.25056°W / 20.30000; -76.25056 (Contramaestre)
Guama35,516964.619.95361°N 76.74944°W / 19.95361; -76.74944 (Guama)
Mella33,667335.220.36944°N 75.91083°W / 20.36944; -75.91083 (Mella)
Palma Soriano124,585845.820.21417°N 75.99167°W / 20.21417; -75.99167 (Palma Soriano)
San Luis88,49649820.18806°N 75.84861°W / 20.18806; -75.84861 (San Luis)
Santiago de Cuba472,2551,023.820.04028°N 75.81472°W / 20.04028; -75.81472 (Santiago de Cuba)Provincial capital, it contains a World Heritage Site
Segundo Frente40,88554020.41194°N 75.52861°W / 20.41194; -75.52861 (Mayarí Arriba)Mayarí Arriba
Songo-La Maya100,28772120.17333°N 75.64611°W / 20.17333; -75.64611 (La Maya)La Maya
Tercer Frente30,45736420.17194°N 76.32722°W / 20.17194; -76.32722 (Cruce de los Baños)Cruce de los Baños

Villa Clara Province

Villa Clara Province is sub-divided into 13 municipalities.

MunicipalityPopulation
(2004)
Area
(km²)
LocationRemarks
Caibarién38,06421222.51583°N 79.47222°W / 22.51583; -79.47222 (Caibarién)
Camajuaní63,54461422.46806°N 79.72361°W / 22.46806; -79.72361 (Camajuaní)
Cifuentes33,39151222.62083°N 80.06583°W / 22.62083; -80.06583 (Cifuentes)
Corralillo27,57184322.98583°N 80.58278°W / 22.98583; -80.58278 (Corralillo)
Encrucijada33,64134522.61722°N 79.86611°W / 22.61722; -79.86611 (Encrucijada)
Manicaragua73,3701,06322.15028°N 79.97611°W / 22.15028; -79.97611 (Manicaragua)
Placetas71,83760122.31611°N 79.65528°W / 22.31611; -79.65528 (Placetas)
Quemado de Güines22,59033822.79000°N 80.25583°W / 22.79000; -80.25583 (Quemado de Güines)
Ranchuelo59,06255622.33611°N 80.11278°W / 22.33611; -80.11278 (Ranchuelo)
Remedios46,48256022.49222°N 79.54556°W / 22.49222; -79.54556 (Remedios)
Sagua la Grande56,09766122.80889°N 80.07083°W / 22.80889; -80.07083 (Sagua la Grande)
Santa Clara237,58151422.40556°N 79.95389°W / 22.40556; -79.95389 (Santa Clara)Provincial capital
Santo Domingo53,84088322.58361°N 80.23833°W / 22.58361; -80.23833 (Santo Domingo)

Municipal maps

The maps below show the municipal subdivision of each province, in yellow, within Cuba. Each provincial capital is shown in red.1

Note:

^1Exceptions related to the provinces shown only in red: Havana is a city-province, and shows also its 15 municipal boroughs. Isla de la Juventud is a special (and single) municipality having provincial level.

See also

References

  1. Fifth United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names, Vol. II, published by the United Nations, New York, 1991
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