List of peninsulas

A peninsula (Latin: paeninsula from paene "almost" and insula "island") is a piece of land that is bordered mostly by water but connected to mainland.[1][2][3][4] The surrounding water is usually understood to be continuous, though not necessarily named as such. A peninsula can also be a headland, cape, island promontory, bill, point, or spit.[5] A point is generally considered a tapering piece of land projecting into a body of water that is less prominent than a cape.[6] In English, the plural of peninsula is peninsulas or, less commonly, peninsulae. A river which courses through a very tight meander is also sometimes said to form a "peninsula" within the (almost closed) loop of water.

Eurasia’s largest peninsula, Europe.

Presented below is a list of peninsulas.


The Horn of Africa also known as the Somali peninsula

Somali peninsula

The Horn of Africa is a peninsula in Northeast Africa that juts into the Guardafui Channel, and is the easternmost projection of the African continent. It denotes the region containing the countries of Somalia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Ethiopia.

  • Buri Peninsula, Eritrea
  • Ras Hafun, Somalia
  • Ras Kasar, Eritrea
  • Ras Siyyan, Djibouti

North Africa

  • Cabo Blanco, Mauritania/Morocco
  • Cap Bon, Tunisia
  • Cap Zebib, Tunisia
  • Ceuta, Spain
  • Río de Oro Peninsula, Western Sahara
  • Ponta de São Lourenço, Madeira Islands (Portuguese Territory)
  • Ras Banas, Egypt
  • Sinai Peninsula, Egypt
  • Ras ben Sakka, Tunisia

West Africa

  • Lekki Peninsula, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Cap-Vert, Senegal
  • Turner's Peninsula, Sierra Leone


  • Bakassi, Cameroon but disputed with Nigeria
  • Cape Peninsula, South Africa
  • Le Morne Brabant, Mauritius
  • Uyoma, Kenya




Hong Kong

  • Kowloon Peninsula


  • Macau Peninsula


The Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East
  • Chukchi Peninsula
  • Faddeyevsky Peninsula
  • Gyda Peninsula
  • Kamchatka Peninsula
  • Mikhailov Peninsula
  • Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula
  • Taymyr Peninsula
  • Yamal Peninsula


  • Hengchun Peninsula


Map of Anatolian Peninsula, the Asian part of Turkey
  • Anatolian Peninsula
  • Armutlu Peninsula
  • Biga Peninsula
  • Datça Peninsula
  • Dilek Peninsula
  • Karaburun Peninsula
  • Kapıdağ Peninsula
  • Kocaeli Peninsula
  • Sinop Peninsula
  • Teke Peninsula

Eastern Mediterranean

Indian subcontinent and South Asia

South India (Peninsular India)

The Indian subcontinent is a peninsula, the only land feature in the world widely recognized as a subcontinent in the English language.

  • Colaba peninsula, Mumbai
  • Deccan peninsula
  • Worli peninsula, Mumbai
  • Bandra peninsula, Mumbai
  • Malabar Point peninsula, Mumbai
  • Kathiawar Peninsula, Gujarat
  • Gwadar peninsula, Pakistan
  • Manhoro, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Jaffna Peninsula, Northern Sri Lanka
  • Kanyakumari peninsula, Tamil Nadu


  • Nishi-sonogi-hanto
  • Satsuma-hanto
  • Ōsumi-hanto


  • Oshika-hanto
  • Noto-hanto
  • Oga-hanto
  • Miura-hanto
  • Bōsō-hanto


  • Shiretoko Peninsula
  • Shakotan Peninsula


  • Mangyshlak Peninsula


Korean Peninsula

The whole land mass encompassing North and South Korea is a peninsula, surrounded by the Sea of Japan on the east, the East China Sea to the south, and the Yellow Sea to the west, with the Korea Strait connecting the first two bodies of water.

Arabian Gulf

  • Arabian Peninsula; Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Oman
  • Al-Faw Peninsula, Iraq
  • Musandam Peninsula; Oman, United Arab Emirates


  • Indochina Peninsula


  • Blambangan Peninsula, Java,
  • Semenanjung Minahassa, Sulawesi
  • East Peninsula, Sulawesi
  • South-east Peninsula, Sulawesi
  • South Peninsula, Sulawesi
  • Bird's Head Peninsula, West Papua Province




  • Tuas


  • Cà Mau Peninsula, Cà Mau Province
  • Hòn Gốm Peninsula, Da Lat City
  • Sơn Trà Peninsula, Da Nang
  • Ngũ Xã Peninsula, Hanoi
  • Bình Quới Peninsula, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Cam Ranh Peninsula, Khánh Hòa Province
    • Đầm Môn Peninsula
  • Trà Cổ Peninsula, Quảng Ninh Province
  • Phương Mai Peninsula, Qui Nhơn


Europe is sometimes considered to be a large peninsula extending off Eurasia.[7] As such, it is one of the largest peninsulas in the world and the only one to have the status as a full continent, largely as a matter of convention rather than science. It is composed of many smaller peninsulas, the four main and largest component peninsulas being the Scandinavian, Iberian, Balkan and Italian peninsulas.

Balkan Peninsula

The Balkan Peninsula, as defined by the Soča–Vipava–Krka–SavaDanube border.

The Balkans is a peninsula including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and the European part of Turkey.

  • Chalkidiki, Greece
  • Kassandra, Greece
  • Mani Peninsula, Greece
  • Mount Athos, Greece
  • Peloponnese, Greece (now an island because of the Corinth Canal)
  • Sithonia, Greece
  • Pilio, Greece
  • Istria, Croatia
  • Piran Peninsula, Slovenia
  • Pelješac, Croatia
  • Prevlaka, Croatia
  • Split, Croatia
  • Zadar, Croatia
  • Karaburun Peninsula, Albania
  • Luštica, Montenegro
  • Gallipoli, Turkey


Iberian Peninsula

Satellite view of the Iberian Peninsula

Encompassing continental Spain and Portugal, Andorra, British overseas territory of Gibraltar and a small amount of southern France.


  • Achill Head Peninsula
  • Beara Peninsula
  • Cooley Peninsula
  • Dingle Peninsula
  • Donegal
  • Fanad Peninsula
  • Hook Peninsula
  • Horn Head
  • Howth Peninsula
  • Inishowen
  • Iveragh Peninsula
  • Loop Head Peninsula
  • Mizen Head Peninsula
  • Mullet Peninsula
  • Munster
  • Old Head of Kinsale
  • Rosguill
  • Sheep's Head Peninsula


Satellite view of the Italian Peninsula
Ligurian Sea
  • Portofino
  • Portovenere
  • Promontorio di Piombino
Tyrrhenian Sea
  • Promontorio di Punta Ala
  • Promontorio dell'Argentario
  • Promontorio del Circeo
  • Gaeta
  • Sorrentine Peninsula
Ionian Sea
Adriatic Sea
  • Promontorio del Gargano



  • Crimean Peninsula (disputed)
  • Curonian Spit, Kaliningrad Oblast (shared with Lithuania)
  • Gusinaya Zemlya
  • Kanin Peninsula
  • Kola Peninsula
  • Kurgalsky Peninsula
  • Lokhaniemi Peninsula
  • Nemetsky Peninsula
  • Onega Peninsula
  • Rybachy Peninsula
  • Sambia Peninsula
  • Soikinsky Peninsula
  • Sredny Peninsula
  • Taman Peninsula
  • Turiy Peninsula
  • Yugorsky Peninsula


Scandinavia is a region in Northern Europe, with strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties. The term Scandinavia in local usage covers the three kingdoms of Denmark, located on the Jutland Peninsula, and Norway and Sweden, located the on the Scandinavian Peninsula.[8] In English usage, Scandinavia also sometimes refers to the Scandinavian Peninsula, or to the broader region including Finland and Iceland, which is always known locally as the Nordic countries.[9][10]

The Scandinavian Peninsula, along with the islands, encompasses present-day Sweden, Norway, and the northwestern area of Finland.

Fennoscandia or the Fennoscandian Peninsula is the geographical peninsula comprising the Scandinavian Peninsula, Finland, Karelia, and the Kola Peninsula (Russia).

Fennoscandia including the Scandinavian Peninsula and Kola Peninsula


  • Bergen Peninsula
  • Bygdøy
  • Brøggerhalvøya, Norway
  • Fornebulandet
  • Fosen
  • Hamarøyhalvøya
  • Hurumlandet
  • Lista
  • Lyngenhalvøya
  • Nordkinn Peninsula
  • Nesodden
  • Ofothalvøya
  • Porsangerhalvøya
  • Snarøya, Norway
  • Stad
  • Stavanger Peninsula
  • Sværholt Peninsula
  • Varangerhalvøya



  • Djursland
  • Grenen
  • Helgenæs
  • Hindsholm
  • Horne Land
  • Hornsherred
  • Jutland Peninsula (now an island, since the Kiel Canal was made)
  • Kegnæs
  • Mols
  • Odsherred
  • Salling
  • Stevns Peninsula
  • Sundeved


  • Hanko Peninsula, Hanko
  • Porkkala Peninsula, Kirkkonummi
  • Suensaari, Tornio


  • Gallipoli Peninsula
  • Thracian Peninsula


  • Crimean peninsula, occupied by Russia
  • Chonhar Peninsula
  • Kinburn peninsula
  • Rybalskyi Peninsula


Southwestern England and the English Channel. France's Brittany Peninsula is also shown at the bottom of the picture.
  • South West Peninsula (western part of the West Country comprising the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, and Dorset)
  • Dengie peninsula, Essex
  • The centre of the city of Durham, County Durham
  • The Fylde, Lancashire
  • Brixham Peninsula, South Devon
  • Hoo, Kent
  • Roseland, Mid Cornwall
  • Bere Peninsula, Devon
  • Isle of Dogs, London
  • Cartmel Peninsula, Cumbria
  • Furness Peninsula, Cumbria
  • Greenwich Peninsula, London
  • Gosport, Hampshire
  • Isle of Thanet, Kent
  • The Lizard, Cornwall
  • Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve, South Devon
  • Manhood Peninsula, West Sussex
  • Morte Point, North Devon
  • Penwith, Cornwall
  • Isle of Purbeck, Dorset
  • Rotherhithe, London
  • Spurn, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Shotley Peninsula, Suffolk
  • Tendring, Essex
  • Wirral, Cheshire/Merseyside


  • Ardnamurchan, Lochaber
  • Black Isle, Ross and Cromarty
  • Cowal, Argyll and Bute
  • Doonie Point, Aberdeenshire
  • Dunnet Head, Caithness
  • Faraid Head, Sutherland
  • Fife
  • Kintyre, Argyll and Bute
  • Knoydart, Lochaber
  • The Machars, Dumfries and Galloway
  • Morvern, Lochaber
  • Northmavine, Shetland
  • Rhins of Galloway, Dumfries and Galloway
  • Rosneath peninsula, Argyll and Bute (formerly Dunbartonshire)
  • Rhu Peninsula Lochaber
  • Strathy Point, Sutherland
  • Point of Hellia, Orkney
  • Point or the Eye peninsula, Western Isles


  • Creuddyn Peninsula juts out of the North Wales coast
  • Gower Peninsula, Swansea
  • Llŷn Peninsula
  • Marloes Peninsula, Pembrokeshire
  • South Pembrokeshire Peninsula
  • St Davids Head, Pembrokeshire
  • Wales, itself a peninsula

Northern Ireland

  • Ards Peninsula, County Down
  • Island Magee
  • Lecale peninsula
  • Ramore Head, Portrush
  • Oxford Island
  • Magilligan

Channel Islands

  • Le Clos du Valle, Guernsey
  • Little Sark, Sark

Isle of Man

  • Langness Peninsula, Malew

Other peninsulas in Europe

A small peninsula in Croatia
Au peninsula, Lake Zürich, Switzerland
  • Absheron peninsula, Azerbaijan
  • Akranes, Iceland
  • Au peninsula, Au, Zürich, Switzerland
  • Butjadingen, Germany
  • Curonian Spit, Lithuania (shared with Russia)
  • Fischland-Darß-Zingst, Germany
  • Hel Peninsula, Poland
  • Heracles Peninsula, disputed between Ukraine and Russia
  • Kerch Peninsula, disputed between Ukraine and Russia
  • Karpass Peninsula, Cyprus
  • North Holland, the Netherlands
  • Nesebar Peninsula, Bulgaria
  • Sozopol Peninsula, Bulgaria
  • Tihany, Hungary
  • Walcheren, the Netherlands
  • Zuid-Beveland, the Netherlands

North America


  • Placencia Peninsula, Belize


  • Dunlas Peninsula, Melville Island, Northwest Territories/Nunavut
  • Labrador Peninsula, encompassing all of Labrador and most of Quebec
  • Natkusiak Peninsula, Victoria Island, Northwest Territories/Nunavut
  • Storkerson Peninsula, Victoria Island, Northwest Territories/Nunavut
  • Wollaston Peninsula, Victoria Island, Northwest Territories/Nunavut

British Columbia

  • Burrard Peninsula
  • Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island
  • Sechelt Peninsula
  • Tsawwassen Peninsula, which extends beyond the Canada/United States border, creating the pene-exclave of Point Roberts, Washington

New Brunswick

  • Acadian Peninsula
  • Kingston Peninsula
  • Avalon Peninsula
  • Baie Verte Peninsula
  • Bonavista Peninsula
  • Burin Peninsula
  • Great Northern Peninsula
  • Port au Port Peninsula

Northwest Territories

  • Diamond Jennes Peninsula, Victoria Island
  • Douglas Peninsula
  • Leith Peninsula (in Great Bear Lake)
  • Parry Peninsula
  • Pethel Peninsula
  • Prince Albert Peninsula, Victoria Island
  • Sahoyúé-§ehdacho

Nova Scotia

  • Aspotogan Peninsula
  • Chebucto Peninsula
    • Halifax Peninsula
  • Nova Scotia peninsula
  • Pubnico Peninsula


  • Adelaide Peninsula
  • Banks Peninsula
  • Boothia Peninsula
  • Bell Peninsula, Southampton Island
  • Colin Archer Peninsula, Devon Island, Queen Elizabeth Islands
  • Collinson Peninsula, Victoria Island
  • Kent Peninsula
  • Melville Peninsula
  • Pangertot Peninsula
  • Simpson Peninsula
Baffin Island
  • Barrow Peninsula
  • Becher Peninsula
  • Beekman Peninsula
  • Bell Peninsula
  • Blunt Peninsula
  • Borden Peninsula
  • Brodeur Peninsula
  • Cumberland Peninsula
  • Foxe Peninsula
  • Hall Peninsula
  • Henry Kater Peninsula
  • Meta Incognita Peninsula
  • Siorarsuk Peninsula
  • Steensby Peninsula


  • Cynthia Peninsula (in Lake Temagami)
  • Joan Peninsula (in Lake Temagami)
  • McLean Peninsula (in Lake Temagami)
  • North Peninsula (in Lake Nipigon)
  • Ontario Peninsula
    • Bruce Peninsula, extending into Lake Huron
    • Long Point (in Lake Erie)
    • Niagara Peninsula
    • Point Pelee (in Lake Erie)
  • Prince Edward Peninsula (in Lake Ontario)
  • Sibley Peninsula (in Lake Superior)


  • Gaspé Peninsula
  • Ungava Peninsula

Dominican Republic

  • Peninsula de Samaná, Dominican Republic

Puerto Rico

  • Barrio Obrero, Puerto Rico


  • Zapata Peninsula, Cuba
  • Guanahacabibes Peninsula, Cuba
  • Hicacos Peninsula, Cuba

St. Lucia

  • Vigie Peninsula, St Lucia

Costa Rica

  • Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica
  • Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica


  • Alfred Wegeners Halvo
  • Hayes Halvo
  • Ingnerit
  • Nuussuaq Peninsula
  • Sigguup Nunaa (Svartenhuk Halvø)



  • Península de Azuero, Panama


  • Alaska Peninsula
  • Cleveland Peninsula
  • Kenai Peninsula
  • Seward Peninsula
  • Lisburne Peninsula


  • Balboa Peninsula – in Newport Beach, Orange County.
  • Monterey Peninsula – between Monterey Bay, the Salinas Valley, and the Santa Lucia Range in Monterey County.
  • Palos Verdes Peninsula – along the Pacific between Santa Monica Bay and San Pedro Bay, in the South Bay Region of Los Angeles County.
  • Point Loma Peninsula – between San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean in San Diego.
  • San Francisco Peninsula – between the central−south San Francisco Bay and the Pacific in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Santa Cruz Mountains are a 'spine' along the middle & lower sections.
  • Samoa Peninsula – the northern landform between Humboldt Bay and the Pacific
  • Tiburon Peninsula – between Richardson Bay and San Pablo Bay in east Marin County of the northern San Francisco Bay Area.


The Floridian Peninsula, shown by a NASA satellite image

Florida is a well-known example of a large peninsula, with its land area divided between the larger Florida peninsula and the smaller Florida panhandle on the north and west. It has several smaller peninsulas within it:

  • The St. Johns River creates a large peninsula over 75 miles in length that stretches from eastern Jacksonville down to the border of Flagler and Volusia counties, where the river emanates from Lake George.
  • Fairpoint Peninsula
  • Pinellas peninsula, including St. Petersburg and Clearwater
  • Much of Tampa lies on a peninsula called Interbay Peninsula jutting out into Tampa Bay
  • Cape Sable


Mid-Atlantic shoreline showing, from the upper right, the Cape May Peninsula of New Jersey, Delaware Bay, the Delmarva Peninsula, and Chesapeake Bay. Also visible are the peninsulas of Maryland and Virginia along the Chesapeake's shores.


Cape Cod, a peninsula of Massachusetts
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a cape that can be viewed as a peninsula
  • Nahant, a town in Essex County, is on a small peninsula.
  • Nantasket Peninsula, Hull
  • Shawmut Peninsula, Boston


The large Michigan Peninsulas from space, showing both the Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula

Michigan – the only bi-peninsular state – is very distinguishable for its mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula of Michigan which includes:

  • Leelanau Peninsula
  • Lost Peninsula
  • Old Mission Peninsula
  • Pointe Mouillee
  • Presque Isle Peninsula
  • Tawas Point
  • The Thumb
  • Waugoshance Point
  • Woodtick Peninsula

The rifle-shaped Upper Peninsula of Michigan contains:

  • Abbaye Peninsula
  • Garden Peninsula
  • Keweenaw Peninsula
  • Rabbit's Back
  • Stonington Peninsula

New Jersey

  • Barnegat Peninsula
  • Cape May Peninsula
  • Sandy Hook
  • New Barbadoes Neck lies between the Hackensack River and Passaic River
  • Caven Point in Jersey City is a part of Liberty State Park and Port Liberte.
  • Bergen Point and Constable Hook are two peninsulas in Bayonne, which itself lies on peninsula surrounded by Upper New York Bay, Newark Bay, and the Kill van Kull, formerly known as Bergen Neck
  • Droyer's Point and Kearny Point mark the mouth of the Hackensack River
  • MOTBY and Port Jersey are man-made peninsulas extending in Upper New York Bay

New York

Long Island, New York, with its North and South Forks
  • The Bronx, New York, and Yonkers, New York
  • Long Island was once a peninsula connected to North America during the great Ice Ages, and includes two large peninsulas at its east end: the South Fork and the North Fork.
  • Cumberland Head
  • Coney Island was an island until it was expanded through land reclamation into the Coney Island Creek, thus becoming a peninsula.
  • Rockaway Peninsula in southeastern Queens
  • Irondequoit, NY (geographical headland)


  • Antelope Island, Utah, becomes a peninsula when waters are low, on the south shore of the Great Salt Lake
  • Promontory Peninsula, on the north eastern shore of the Great Salt Lake
  • Stansbury Peninsula becomes an island when waters are high, on the south shore of the Great Salt Lake


  • Alburgh, Vermont, is on the Alburgh Tongue, a peninsula extending from Quebec, Canada into Lake Champlain


  • Middle Peninsula, on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay
  • Northern Neck, on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay
  • Virginia Peninsula, on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay


  • Key Peninsula in Puget Sound
  • Kitsap Peninsula in Puget Sound
  • Long Beach Peninsula
  • Olympic Peninsula
  • Magnolia, Seattle
  • Tsawwassen Peninsula, which extends beyond the Canada/United States border, creating the pene-exclave of Point Roberts, Washington

Other states

South America

Southern Cone

Satellite images of the Southern Cone extending off South America month by month

The Southern Cone, like Europe, is sometimes considered to be a large peninsula.[11] Geographically, the peninsula encompasses most of Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Southern Brazil and the southernmost portion of Paraguay, which makes it one of the largest peninsulas in the world. Like the Indian Peninsula, the Southern Cone is sometimes considered to be a subcontinent.[12]

Other peninsulas in South America

  • Araya Peninsula, Venezuela
  • Paraguana, Venezuela
  • Paria Peninsula, Venezuela
  • Guajira Peninsula, Venezuela/Colombia
  • Illescas Peninsula, Peru
  • Paracas Peninsula, Peru
  • Verde Peninsula, Argentina
  • Valdes Peninsula, Argentina
  • Punta del Este, Uruguay
  • Taitao Peninsula, Chile
  • Brunswick Peninsula, Chile
  • Itapagipe Peninsula, Brazil
  • Cabo de São Tomé, Brazil



A beach on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Papua New Guinea

  • Gazelle Peninsula, New Britain
  • Huon Peninsula
  • Papuan Peninsula

New Zealand

NASA satellite photo of Otago Peninsula and Otago Harbour. The city of Dunedin is located at the isthmus at lower left.
In the North Island
  • Aupouri Peninsula
  • Bream Head
  • Cape Brett
  • Cape Kidnappers
  • Cape Turnagain
  • Coromandel Peninsula
  • Karikari Peninsula
  • Mahia Peninsula
  • Miramar Peninsula
  • Mount Maunganui
  • Northland Peninsula
  • Paritata Peninsula, Raglan
  • Purerua Peninsula
  • Tiritirimatangi Peninsula, Kawhia Harbour
  • Whangaparaoa Peninsula
In the South Island

See also

  • Isthmus
  • Tombolo
  • Cape (geography)
  • Salient (geography)


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