Nyborg Kommune is a Danish municipality in the east of the island of Funen. It was created on 1 January 2007 as part of local government reform by combining the "old" Nyborg Kommune with the existing communities and Ullerslev Ørbæk.
Nyborg Municipality has a total population of 31,350 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2013 ) and an area of 276.80 km ². It is part of Syddanmark Region.
Villages in the municipality
The area contains the following parishes (Danish: Sogn ) and villages with over 200 inhabitants ( byer as defined by the Danish Bureau of Statistics ), with a registered population of zero, the place in the past had more than 200 inhabitants. The village Langå had most recently in 2007 more than 200 inhabitants, in the table, this is marked A. The former church districts Hulby in Nyborg Sogn Sogn and Tårup in Frørup were abolished on 1 October 2010 and converted into the now separate parishes Hjulby Sogn Sogn and Tårup.
Since the boundaries of the new Sogn were not yet published may indicate on the map the approximate location only on the Sogn arrows.