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The Pyrénées-Méditerranée region is a cooperative initiative bringing together different political, economic, and social actors developing their activities within the area encompassed by the Occitanie region in France, and the autonomous communities of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands in Spain. The area is among the most populated in Europe with some 14 million inhabitants and 13.2% of the combined populations of Spain and France. It is one of the largest Euroregions in Europe.

Consequently, the Euroregion offers its member territories a unique opportunity to achieve the critical size to become a strong zone firmly rooted in the knowledge economy.


This ambitious goal and the members’ collective commitment to fulfilling it, shall foster better social and economic integration, as well as significantly expanding the Euroregion's influence in Europe and the world.

Catalonia is an autonomous community of Spain which spans 31 950 km² (6% of the surface area of Spain) and which counted 7.5 million inhabitants in 2010 (accounting for 17% of the Spanish population). Catalonia is a founding member of the Euroregion and of the GECT Pyrénées-Méditerrannée. Visit the partner site
Illes Balears
The Balearic Islands are an autonomous community of Spain formed by 4 Mediterranean islands (Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera) and diverse small islands. Home to over one million inhabitants, the Balearic Islands accounts for 2.3% of the Spanish population. The Balearic Islands are one of the founding members of the Euroregion and the GECT Pyrénées-Méditerranée.Visit the partner site
Occitanie is an administrative region of the French Republic. The capital of the region is in Toulouse. It is the largest region in France. Occitanie is one of the founding members of the Euroregion and of the GECT Pyrénées-Méditerranée. Visit the partner site