Baix Camp

Baix Camp
Coat of arms of Baix Camp
Coat of arms
Localització del Baix Camp.svg
Country Spain
Autonomous community Catalonia
 • Total697.3 km2 (269.2 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Total190,249
 • Density270/km2 (710/sq mi)
Time zoneCET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST)CEST (UTC+2)
Largest municipalityReus

Baix Camp is a comarca of Catalonia in northeastern Spain. It is one of the three comarques into which Camp de Tarragona was divided in the comarcal division of 1936.

Baix Camp is located on the coast, between Tarragonès to the northeast and Baix Ebre to the south. It also borders the comarques of Priorat, Ribera d'Ebre, Conca de Barberà, Alt Camp, and Tarragonès.


Almost 150,000 people inhabit Baix Camp. The population has risen gently since the middle of the twentieth century, with population growth averaging 1.5% annually during the last three decades. Growth is not evenly distributed, however, but is strongly focused on Reus, the industrial and commercial centre of the region. Around two third of the inhabitants of Baix Camp live in Reus, which from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries was the second most populous city in Catalonia, after Barcelona. Taking Catalonia as a whole, the place of Reus in the population rankings has now slipped to tenth. Within Baix Camp, the only other municipality with more than 10,000 inhabitants is Cambrils.

Other Languages
aragonés: Baixo Campo
armãneashti: Baix Camp
català: Baix Camp
Deutsch: Baix Camp
español: Bajo Campo
euskara: Baix Camp
فارسی: بایش کمپ
français: Baix Camp
galego: Baix Camp
italiano: Baix Camp
қазақша: Баш-Камп
lietuvių: Baš Kampas
magyar: Baix Camp
Bahasa Melayu: Baix Camp
Nederlands: Baix Camp
norsk: Baix Camp
occitan: Bas Camp
polski: Baix Camp
português: Baix Camp
română: Baix Camp
русский: Баш-Камп
shqip: Baix Camp
svenska: Baix Camp
українська: Баш-Камп
Tiếng Việt: Baix Camp