This is a list of the extreme points of the European Union — the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location.
Border marker at the road near the northernmost point of the European Union near Nuorgam
. There is a marker also at the exact point at the river.
- or Cape Greco, Ayia Napa, Cyprus de facto (34° 5’ E)
Including overseas territories
- North: Nuorgam, Finland
- South: Pointe de Langevin, Saint-Joseph, Réunion, France (21° 23′ 20″ S)
- West: Pointe des Canonniers, Saint-Martin, France (63° 08′ W)
- East: Pointe des Cascades, Sainte-Rose, Réunion, France (55° 50′ 11″ E)
- Highest point: Mont Blanc / Monte Bianco, France / Italy (4,810 m (15,781 ft))
Only including the European continent proper, i.e. mainland of the 23 member states excluding islands such as Cyprus, Malta, Ireland or Great Britain.
- The EU's highest peak is Mont Blanc in the Graian Alps, 4,810.45 metres (15,782 ft) above sea level.
- The lowest point (man-made) in the EU is Tagebau Hambach, 293 m (961 ft) below sea level, Niederzier, North Rhine-Westphalia,
- The lowest natural points in the EU are Lammefjorden, Denmark and Zuidplaspolder, Netherlands, at 7 m (23 ft) below sea level.