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List of islands of Peru

This is a list of islands of Peru.

Alphabetical list

This an alphabetical list of islands in Peru with an area larger than 1 square kilometre (0.39 sq mi).[1]

  • Amantaní (9.3 km²)
  • Anapia Island (3.4 km²)
  • Asia Island (1.5 km²)
  • Blanca Island (4.0 km²)
  • Caana Island (1.2 km²)
  • Chirita Islands (4,8 km²)
  • Correa Island (4.6 km²)
  • Frontón Island (1.0 km²)
  • Ferrol Island (1.6 km²)
  • Guañape Islands (1.4 km²)
  • Iscaya Island (1.7 km²)
  • La Vieja Island (11.0 km²)
  • Lobos de Tierra Island (16.0 km²)
  • Lobos de Afuera Island (2.0 km²)
  • Matapalo Island (6.1 km²)
  • Quipata Island (1.4 km²)
  • San Gallan Island (9.3 km²)
  • San Lorenzo Island (16.5 km²)
  • Santa Ana Islands (3.4 km²)
  • Soto Island (2.6 km²)
  • Taquile Island (5.7 km²)
  • Tortuga Island (1.3 km²)
  • Ustute Island (1.4 km²)
  • Yuspique Island (3.2 km²)
  • Viuda Island (1.3 km²)

Regional list

This a regional list of islands in Peru.[1]

Ancash

  • Blanca Island (0.2 km²)

Arequipa

  • Carrizal Island (0.08 km²)
  • Casca Island (0.2 km²)
  • Los Frailes Island (0.08 km²)
  • Hollaques / Huallaques Island (0.1 km²)
  • Hornillos Island (0.3 km²)
  • "K" Island (0.3 km²)
  • "L" Island (0.02 km²)
  • "M" Island (0.02 km²)
  • Perica Island (0.01 km²)
  • Saragosa Island (0.3 km²)

Moquegua

  • Coles Island (0.1 km²)

Piura

  • Foca Island (0.9 km²)
  • "G" Island (0.4 km²)

See also

References

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