The best-selling paper in Spain is El País, a national daily general information newspaper, which sells about 458,000 copies per issue (2005 figure). There are only two other daily national general newspapers: El Mundo and ABC selling 310,000 and 277,000 copies per issue respectively.
In most of the 17 regions of Spain the main regional newspapers for that region, will outsell the national papers in that region. But as the national titles are sold universally in Spain, they reach much higher circulation levels than any individual regional title.
El Pais Liberal
El Mundo Independent
Boletin Oficial del Estado puts out official information from the Spanish Government
The two big sports papers Marca and AS have large circulations 333,000 and 140,000 respectively
And there are specialist financial newspapers in Spain.
Launched in March 1978, Cinco Dias (meaning 'five days' - it is published Monday
to Friday) is the the leading Spanish language financial newspaper. It also
publishes the Spanish version of The Wall Street Journal (daily 4 pages).
Expansion gives financial information in Spanish
La Gaceta de los Negocios gives financial news in Spanish
is a very large circulation free paper
Newspapers in Spain