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Donostialdea is one of the eight regions of Gipuzkoa, Basque Autonomous Community, corresponding to the basin of the lower Urumea along with a strip of basin corresponding to the Oria River, the region borrowing its name after the capital city of Gipuzkoa Donostia-San Sebastian, in Spain. The region comprises eleven municipalities extending in an area of 305.72 km2 (see below, data released in 2006). It borders on the east with the region or comarca of Oarsoaldea, on the south with Leitzaldea or Norte de Aralar in Spanish (Navarre), on the west with Urola Kosta and on the north with the Bay of Biscay.

# Municipality Major Party Population
% Population Area km²
1 Donostia Juan Carlos Izagirre Bildu 185.510 57,0 60,89
2 Errenteria Julen Mendoza Pérez Bildu 39.010 12,0 32,26
3 Hernani Luis Intxauspe Arozena Bildu 19.317 5,9 39,82
4 Lasarte-Oria Pablo Barrio Ramírez Bildu 17.863 5,5 6,01
5 Pasaia Amaya Aguirregabiria Alberdi Bildu 15.988 4,9 11,34
6 Andoain Ana Maria Karrere Zabala Bildu 14.670 4,5 27,17
7 Oiartzun Aiora Pérez de San Román Bildu 9.957 3,1 59,71
8 Urnieta Mikel Pagola Tolosa EAJ/PNV 6.166 1,9 22,4
9 Lezo Ainhoa Zabalo Loyarte Bildu 6.034 1,9 8,59
10 Usurbil Mertxe Aizpurua Olano Bildu 6.006 1,8 25,64
11 Astigarraga Andoni Gartzia Arruabarrena Bildu 4.714 1,4 11,89
Donostialdea 325.235 100 305,72

Coordinates: 43°19′17″N 1°59′08″W / 43.32139°N 1.98556°W / 43.32139; -1.98556

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