Val De San Martín

Val de San Martín is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 84 inhabitants.

The town is located near the Sierra de Santa Cruz.

Municipalities of the province of Zaragoza
List of municipalities of Zaragoza
  • Abanto
  • Acered
  • Agón
  • Aguarón
  • Aguilón
  • Ainzón
  • Aladrén
  • Alagón
  • Alarba
  • Alberite de San Juan
  • Albeta
  • Alborge
  • Alcalá de Ebro
  • Alcalá de Moncayo
  • Alconchel de Ariza
  • Aldehuela de Liestos
  • Alfajarín
  • Alfamén
  • Alforque
  • Alhama de Aragón
  • Almochuel
  • La Almolda
  • Almonacid de la Cuba
  • Almonacid de la Sierra
  • La Almunia de Doña Godina
  • Alpartir
  • Ambel
  • Anento
  • Aniñón
  • Añón de Moncayo
  • Aranda de Moncayo
  • Arándiga
  • Ardisa
  • Ariza
  • Artieda
  • Asín
  • Atea
  • Ateca
  • Azuara
  • Badules
  • Bagüés
  • Balconchán
  • Bárboles
  • Bardallur
  • Belchite
  • Belmonte de Gracián
  • Berdejo
  • Berrueco
  • Biel
  • Bijuesca
  • Biota
  • Bisimbre
  • Boquiñeni
  • Bordalba
  • Borja
  • Botorrita
  • Brea de Aragón
  • Bubierca
  • Bujaraloz
  • Bulbuente
  • Bureta
  • El Burgo de Ebro
  • El Buste
  • Cabañas de Ebro
  • Cabolafuente
  • Cadrete
  • Calatayud
  • Calatorao
  • Calcena
  • Calmarza
  • Campillo de Aragón
  • Carenas
  • Cariñena
  • Caspe
  • Castejón de Alarba
  • Castejón de las Armas
  • Castejón de Valdejasa
  • Castiliscar
  • Cervera de la Cañada
  • Cerveruela
  • Cetina
  • Chiprana
  • Chodes
  • Cimballa
  • Cinco Olivas
  • Clarés de Ribota
  • Codo
  • Codos
  • Contamina
  • Cosuenda
  • Cuarte de Huerva
  • Cubel
  • Las Cuerlas
  • Daroca
  • Ejea de los Caballeros
  • Embid de Ariza
  • Encinacorba
  • Épila
  • Erla
  • Escatrón
  • Fabara
  • Farlete
  • Fayón
  • Los Fayos
  • Figueruelas
  • Fombuena
  • El Frago
  • El Frasno
  • Fréscano
  • Fuendejalón
  • Fuendetodos
  • Fuentes de Ebro
  • Fuentes de Jiloca
  • Gallocanta
  • Gallur
  • Gelsa
  • Godojos
  • Gotor
  • Grisel
  • Grisén
  • Herrera de los Navarros
  • Ibdes
  • Illueca
  • Isuerre
  • Jaraba
  • Jarque
  • Jaulín
  • La Joyosa
  • Lagata
  • Langa del Castillo
  • Layana
  • Lécera
  • Lechón
  • Leciñena
  • Letux
  • Litago
  • Lituénigo
  • Lobera de Onsella
  • Longares
  • Longás
  • Lucena de Jalón
  • Luceni
  • Luesia
  • Luesma
  • Lumpiaque
  • Luna
  • Maella
  • Magallón
  • Mainar
  • Malanquilla
  • Maleján
  • Mallén
  • Malón
  • Maluenda
  • Manchones
  • Mara
  • María de Huerva
  • Marracos
  • Mediana de Aragón
  • Mequinenza
  • Mesones de Isuela
  • Mezalocha
  • Mianos
  • Miedes de Aragón
  • Monegrillo
  • Moneva
  • Monreal de Ariza
  • Monterde
  • Montón
  • Morata de Jalón
  • Morata de Jiloca
  • Morés
  • Moros
  • Moyuela
  • Mozota
  • Muel
  • La Muela
  • Munébrega
  • Murero
  • Murillo de Gállego
  • Navardún
  • Nigüella
  • Nombrevilla
  • Nonaspe
  • Novallas
  • Novillas
  • Nuévalos
  • Nuez de Ebro
  • Olvés
  • Orcajo
  • Orera
  • Orés
  • Oseja
  • Osera de Ebro
  • Paniza
  • Paracuellos de Jiloca
  • Paracuellos de la Ribera
  • Pastriz
  • Pedrola
  • Las Pedrosas
  • Perdiguera
  • Piedratajada
  • Pina de Ebro
  • Pinseque
  • Los Pintanos
  • Plasencia de Jalón
  • Pleitas
  • Plenas
  • Pomer
  • Pozuel de Ariza
  • Pozuelo de Aragón
  • Pradilla de Ebro
  • Puebla de Albortón
  • La Puebla de Alfindén
  • Puendeluna
  • Purujosa
  • Quinto
  • Remolinos
  • Retascón
  • Ricla
  • Romanos
  • Rueda de Jalón
  • Ruesca
  • Sabiñán
  • Sádaba
  • Salillas de Jalón
  • Salvatierra de Esca
  • Samper del Salz
  • San Martín de la Virgen de Moncayo
  • San Mateo de Gállego
  • Santa Cruz de Grío
  • Santa Cruz de Moncayo
  • Santa Eulalia de Gállego
  • Santed
  • Sástago
  • Sediles
  • Sestrica
  • Sierra de Luna
  • Sigüés
  • Sisamón
  • Sobradiel
  • Sos del Rey Católico
  • Tabuenca
  • Talamantes
  • Tarazona
  • Tauste
  • Terrer
  • Tierga
  • Tobed
  • Torralba de los Frailes
  • Torralba de Ribota
  • Torralbilla
  • Torrehermosa
  • Torrelapaja
  • Torrellas
  • Torres de Berrellén
  • Torrijo de la Cañada
  • Tosos
  • Trasmoz
  • Trasobares
  • Uncastillo
  • Undués de Lerda
  • Urrea de Jalón
  • Urriés
  • Used
  • Utebo
  • Val de San Martín
  • Valdehorna
  • Valmadrid
  • Valpalmas
  • Valtorres
  • Velilla de Ebro
  • Velilla de Jiloca
  • Vera de Moncayo
  • Vierlas
  • Villadoz
  • Villafeliche
  • Villafranca de Ebro
  • Villalba de Perejil
  • Villalengua
  • Villanueva de Gállego
  • Villanueva de Huerva
  • Villanueva de Jiloca
  • Villar de los Navarros
  • Villarreal de Huerva
  • Villarroya de la Sierra
  • Villarroya del Campo
  • La Vilueña
  • Vistabella
  • La Zaida
  • Zaragoza
  • Zuera

Coordinates: 41°03′N 1°27′W / 41.050°N 1.450°W / 41.050; -1.450

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