Largest Cities in Equatorial Guinea

Facts about Equatorial Guinea

Official languages: Spanish, French
Capital: Malabo
Area: 28,051 km²
Population: 1.0 million residents
Population density: 36.18 residents per km²
Currency: XAF
Internet TLD: .gq
ISO codes: GQ, GNQ, 226
The dialing code for Equatorial Guinea is +240

Equatorial Guinea Flag

Equatorial Guinea is a state in Africa. It borders Gabon, Cameroon and the Gulf of Guinea. Equatorial Guinea consists of several islands and a mainland strip. About 20 percent of the country’s population live on the largest island, Bioko, which was known under the names Santa Isabel and Fernando Poo until 1973. Malabo, the capital of the country, is also on Bioko.

Biggest Cities of Equatorial Guinea by Population

# City Population Latitude Longitude
1 Bata, Equatorial Guinea 173,157 1.86391 9.76582
2 Malabo, Equatorial Guinea 156,074 3.75578 8.78166
3 Ebebiyin, Equatorial Guinea 24,942 2.15106 11.3353
4 Aconibe, Equatorial Guinea 11,303 1.29683 10.9369
5 Anisoc, Equatorial Guinea 10,302 1.8658 10.7689
6 Luba, Equatorial Guinea 8,766 3.45683 8.55465
7 Evinayong, Equatorial Guinea 8,573 1.43677 10.5512
8 Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea 6,504 1.62742 11.3135
9 Mikomeseng, Equatorial Guinea 5,924 2.13609 10.6132
10 Rebola, Equatorial Guinea 5,561 3.71667 8.83333
11 San Antonio de Pale, Equatorial Guinea 4,544 -1.4068 5.63178

Equatorial Guinea: Malabo

The capital of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo. It is not on the mainland, but on the island of Bioko. There it is on the north coast. 250,000 people live here. The largest city in the country, however, is Bata on the mainland with around 970,000 inhabitants.

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