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The Guadiana Eurocity is a European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) made up of the Spanish municipality of Ayamonte and the Portuguese municipalities of Castro Marim and Vila Real de Santo António.
The three municipalities have a surface area of approximately 503 square km and a population of almost 50,000 inhabitants.
Geographically located in the south of the Iberian Peninsula and in the Alentejo-Algarve-Andalusia Euroregion, the border position of these locations is linked by the Portuguese-Spanish bridge built over the River Guadiana, which acts as a link between these populations, their customs, their traditions and sharing a social, cultural and leisure activity. There is a time difference, in which the Spanish region has one more hour than in Portugal.
The region offers a great diversity of landscape, in addition to an important and varied artistic and historical heritage. When exploring the area you will find castles, temples, palaces, mountains, beach, salt marshes, marshes, traditional architecture of the Algarve and Andalusia, handicrafts… in addition, it has a solid offer of accommodation and other tourist services: you can enjoy the golf courses , located in privileged natural areas, three marinas and also a gastronomic experience that combines the best local products with the most traditional production methods of both countries. But the Guadiana Eurocity is much more, and we are pleased to invite you to discover: