Cervantes is a Spanish surname, which refers to:
- Alfonso J. Cervantes (1920–1983), mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
- Elizabeth Cervantes, a Mexican actress
- Francisco Cervantes de Salazar, 16th-century man of letters
- Ignacio Cervantes, Cuban composer
- Jorge Cervantes, a world-renowned expert on indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse cannabis cultivation
- Lorna Dee Cervantes, Chicana poet and activist
- Miguel de Cervantes, author of Don Quixote
- Vicente (Vincente) de Cervantes (1755–1829), Mexican botanist
- Cervantes de Leon, a fictional character in the Soul series of fighting games
- Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, a digital library and archive of Spanish-language historical and literary works, hosted by the University of Alicante, Spain
- Cervantes, a radar developed in the 1980s by Thorn-EMI as an updated version of their Cymbeline (radar)
- Cervantes (film), a 1967 film directed by Vincent Sherman
- Miguel de Cervantes Prize, a Spanish prize awarded to outstanding writers.
- Miguel de Cervantes European University, Spain
- Mu Arae, a star in the constellation Ara, officially designated Cervantes by the International Astronomical Union in 2015
- Festival Internacional Cervantino, is an annual festival in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico in honor of the works by Miguel de Cervantes.
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