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Location of the Balearic Sea
Location of the Balearic Sea
Limits of the Balearic Sea
Limits of the Balearic Sea

The Balearic Sea (endotoponym: Mar Balear in Catalan and Spanish) is a body of water in the Mediterranean Sea near the Balearic Islands.[1] It is not to be confused with the Alboran sea or the Iberian shelf waters. The Ebro River flows into this small sea.

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Islands and archipelagoes

Baleraic islands are divided into 2 groups : Gimnesias in the North, and Pitiusas in the South-West.[2]

Gimnesias

Pitiusas

Extent

The International Hydrographic Organization defines the limits of the Balearic Sea as follows:[3]

Between the Islas Baleares and the coast of Spain, bounded:

On the Southwest. A line from Cape San Antonio, Spain (38°50′N 0°12′E / 38.833°N 0.200°E / 38.833; 0.200) to Cabo Berberia, the Southwest extreme of Formentera (Islas Baleares).

On the Southeast. The South Coast of Formentera, thence a line from Punta Rotja, its Eastern extreme, to the Southern extreme of Isla Cabrera (39°07′N 2°54′E / 39.117°N 2.900°E / 39.117; 2.900) and to Isla del Aire, off the Southern extreme of Menorca.

On the Northeast. The East coast of Menorca up to Cap Favaritx (40°00′N 4°14′E / 40.000°N 4.233°E / 40.000; 4.233) thence a line to Cabo San Sebastian (Spain) (41°54′N 3°10′E / 41.900°N 3.167°E / 41.900; 3.167).

References

  1. ^ C.Michael Hogan. 2011. Balearic Sea. Encyclopedia of Earth. Eds. P.Saundry & C.J.Cleveland. National Council for Science and the Environment. Washington DC
  2. ^ "Balearic Islands Map / Geography of Balearic Islands / Map of Balearic Islands - Worldatlas.com". www.worldatlas.com. Retrieved 2017-11-09.
  3. ^ "Limits of Oceans and Seas, 3rd edition" (PDF). International Hydrographic Organization. 1953. Retrieved 28 October 2016.
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