As of 2021, the population of Portugal is approximately 10 million people. Portugal is a small country by European standards and is the third-most populous country in the Iberian Peninsula, after Spain and France. The population of Portugal is relatively evenly distributed throughout the country, with the majority of the population living in urban areas.
The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, is the largest city in the country and is home to approximately 547,000 people. Other major cities in Portugal include Porto, which has a population of about 1.7 million, and Coimbra, which has a population of about 160,000.
Portugal has a relatively low population density compared to some other European countries, with about 121 people per square kilometer. The country has a diverse population with a mix of Portuguese, Brazilian, African, and other European ethnicities. Portuguese is the official language of Portugal and is spoken by virtually all of the population as a first or second language.