Emblematic Communities

In Cypriot territory: the community of Agros (Αγρός)

806 h (2012) village, in the centre of the island, on the Troodos mountain range, Pitsilia region.

In Croatian territory: the community of Brač and Hvar

Islands of Central Dalmatia. Brač covers 13,012 h (2001) and 395 km2 and Hvar covers approximately 12,000 h and 300 km2. Brač is the largest island in Central Dalmatia.

In Spanish territory: the community  of Soria

Soria, the capital of the province of the same name, is located in the north-east of Spain, on the Castilian meseta (high plain) at an altitude of 1,063 m, latitude slightly higher than Barcelona and subject to a continentalised Mediterranean climate. The municipality covers 271 km² with a population density of 150 inhab./km². Soria is located at the junction of several road axes which start or finish at the town. Mainly in the past and less used today, the cañadas (transhumance paths) have been the main axes of an important transhumance and of all kinds of cultural and economic exchanges.
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In Greek territory: the community of Koroni (Κορώνη)

Koroni (Κορώνη) is a town in Messinia, a region in the south-east of the Peloponnesus in the south of Greece. The town of Koroni, inhabited by 1,668 people, is located in the bay of Messinia, 45 minutes south-east of Kalamata, the capital of the prefecture of Messinia. The town nests on the side of a hill, where there is an impressive Venetian castle, witness of historical exchanges, and reaches the sea, including the uninhabited island of Venetiko. The town is the capital of the municipality of Koroni, occupies 105,163 km² and has a population of 5,067 people, according to the 2001 census. The municipality also embraces the villages of Charokopeio (743 inhabitants), Chrysokellaria (528 inhabitants) and Vasilitsi (488 inhabitants). read more

In Italian territory: the community of Cilento

The community of Cilento (Italy) covers around 2,400 km² and has a population of around 270,000 people. Located in the south of Italy, it is a southern mountain sub-region of Campania Region. It is limited in the north, by the rivers Sele and Tanagro, in the west and in the south bythe Tyrrhenian Sea, in the south by the Gulf of Policastro, and in the east by the Vallo di Diano and the river Bussento. In the interested area there are 102 councils and the capital of theprovince is Salerno. A large part of the community is included in the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano which extends to around 180,000 hectares in the southern part of the province of Salerno.

In Moroccan territory: the community of Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen, capital of the province, is located in the north-western region of Morocco at an altitude of 600 m and is limited in the north by the Mediterranean Sea for 120 km. The community of 54,562 inhabitants has a density of 120 inh./km. Chefchaouen is rich in backwoods and includes one of the largest fir forests in Morocco, therefore constituting a natural park listed as an area of biological interest. Rich in water resources, it also has the long river Oued Laou which flows throughout the province, with the famous water sources of Ras elma,Tissemlan, Cherafat d’Akchour and Magoun

In Portugese territory: the community of Tavira

The Community of Tavira is located in the Algarve region, the more mediterranean and touristic of Portugal, in the far south and has 611 km2 and 26,167 inhabitants. The permanence in this territory of civilizations and peoples of the Mediterranean is attested by archaeological and built up structures, materials symbolic and ritual and domestic use of phoenician origins, turdetans, roman and islamic.

Tavira is located 4 km from the Atlantic Ocean, its front coast is integrated in the Ria Formosa natural Park, a wetland area of high biological value, with several international classifications (Directiva AVES e RAMSAR, ... ). A great landscape diversity paisagística and beaches with hight quality level.

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