Major landforms in Spain include the Meseta Plateau, which covers 45 percent of the country, the Andalusian Plain in the southeast, the Pyrenees Mountains that define the border between Spain and France, and the Ebro Riv... More »

The four major landforms of Europe are the Western Uplands, North European Plain, Central Uplands and Alpine Mountains. These forms are all roughly arranged in bands that run from east to west. More »

On a world map, Spain extends farther south than Portugal. Spain and Portugal are European countries that share the Iberian Peninsula. However, Portugal is approximately 1/6 the size of Spain. More »

There are a total of five countries that border Spain. Morocco, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Andorra and France all share a border with the Kingdom of Spain. More »

The eight countries that border France include Belgium, Italy, Germany, Andorra, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland and Monaco. France shares around 345 miles of land border with Belgium, 296 miles with Italy, 260 miles with... More » Geography Europe

Some regions of Spain receive snowfall. The country has a mostly temperate climate with hot interior summers and more moderate temperatures along the coast. The interior region has wet, cold winters. The mountainous regi... More »

Spain is at 40 degrees latitude and 4 degrees longitude on the Iberian Peninsula. It is in southwest Europe and borders France, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar. It also borders the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, ... More »