A Gulf is a place where the sea sticks into the land. A peninsula is where the land sticks out into the sea.
See, for example, the Gulf of Mexico and the Yucatan PENINSULA.
Peninsula - Latin paene (nearly) insula (island). Connected to the mainland by a thin strip of land called an ISTHMUS.
The Arabian Peninsula.
The Sinai Peninsula :]
The Sinai Peninsula
A gulf is the water mass that is surrounded by land on three sides, while a peninsula is a land mass that sticks out into the ocean, so is almost completely surrounded by water.
What is the difference between a gulf and a sea?
The Arabian peninsula is a peninsula located between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf
a bay is similar to a gulf. a peninsula is an outcropping of land in the water
Gulf of Carpentaria
A gulf is a portion of ocean or sea partly enclosed by land. A Peninsula is an area of land almost completely surrounded by water
That is the Arabian Peninsula.
St Vincent's Gulf, also known as Gulf St Vincent, is on the South Australian coast. It lies between the Fleurieu Peninsula and Yorke Peninsula (Yorke Peninsula has nothing to do with Cape York Peninsula in the north).
The Spencer Gulf lies between Yorke Peninsula and Eyre Peninsula.
the difference is that the upper peninsula is up and the lower peninsula is low
The Persian Gulf lies between Iran and Arabian Peninsula
This is the Gulf of Carpentaria.
It's called the Gulf of Finland.
The Arabian Peninsula separates the Persian Gulf from the Red Sea.
NO, the Sinai Peninsula is far to the west of Persian Gulf. It is the Omani Peninsula which separates the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.
The Persian Gulf.
That is Iran
It is Florida.