Palma, Spain Metro Area Population 1950-2020

Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the Palma, Spain metro area from 1950 to 2020. United Nations population projections are also included through the year 2035.
  • The current metro area population of Palma in 2020 is 467,000, a 1.3% increase from 2019.
  • The metro area population of Palma in 2019 was 461,000, a 1.32% increase from 2018.
  • The metro area population of Palma in 2018 was 455,000, a 1.79% increase from 2017.
  • The metro area population of Palma in 2017 was 447,000, a 2.05% increase from 2016.
Data Source: United Nations - World Population Prospects

MLA Citation:
Other Cities in Spain
City Name Population
Madrid 6,618,000
Barcelona 5,586,000
Valencia 834,000
Zaragoza 731,000
Sevilla 704,000
Malaga 590,000
Murcia 500,000
Palma 467,000
Las Palmas Gran Canaria 402,000
Alicante 370,000
Bilbao 350,000
Cordoba 344,000
Vigo 307,000
Valladolid 305,000
Palma - Historical Population Data
Year Population Growth Rate
2020 467,000 1.30%
2019 461,000 1.32%
2018 455,000 1.79%
2017 447,000 2.05%
2016 438,000 1.86%
2015 430,000 1.90%
2014 422,000 1.69%
2013 415,000 1.97%
2012 407,000 1.75%
2011 400,000 2.04%
2010 392,000 1.82%
2009 385,000 1.85%
2008 378,000 1.89%
2007 371,000 1.92%
2006 364,000 1.96%
2005 357,000 1.71%
2004 351,000 2.03%
2003 344,000 1.78%
2002 338,000 1.50%
2001 333,000 0.60%
2000 331,000 0.91%
1999 328,000 0.61%
1998 326,000 0.93%
1997 323,000 0.62%
1996 321,000 0.63%
1995 319,000 0.95%
1994 316,000 0.64%
1993 314,000 0.64%
1992 312,000 0.97%
1991 309,000 0.32%
1990 308,000 0.00%
1989 308,000 0.33%
1988 307,000 0.00%
1987 307,000 0.00%
1986 307,000 0.33%
1985 306,000 0.00%
1984 306,000 0.33%
1983 305,000 0.00%
1982 305,000 0.00%
1981 305,000 2.01%
1980 299,000 2.40%
1979 292,000 2.82%
1978 284,000 2.53%
1977 277,000 2.59%
1976 270,000 2.66%
1975 263,000 2.73%
1974 256,000 2.40%
1973 250,000 2.88%
1972 243,000 2.53%
1971 237,000 3.04%
1970 230,000 4.07%
1969 221,000 3.76%
1968 213,000 4.41%
1967 204,000 3.55%
1966 197,000 4.23%
1965 189,000 3.85%
1964 182,000 4.00%
1963 175,000 3.55%
1962 169,000 4.32%
1961 162,000 2.53%
1960 158,000 1.28%
1959 156,000 1.96%
1958 153,000 1.32%
1957 151,000 1.34%
1956 149,000 2.05%
1955 146,000 1.39%
1954 144,000 1.41%
1953 142,000 1.43%
1952 140,000 1.45%
1951 138,000 1.47%
1950 136,000 0.00%