The members of the network are: Agadir, Alexandria, Ancona, Antalya, As-Salt, Barcelona, Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB), Union of Municipalities of Batroun, Batroun, Benghazi, Bizerte, Chefchaouen, Union of Municipalities of Dannieh, Djerba, Durres, Dubrovnik, Urban Community of El Fayhaa, El Mina, F'nideq, Gabes, Gaza, Gaziantep, Izmir, Jbeil ( Byblos), Union of Municipalities of Jezzine, Jounieh, Kairouan, Union of Municipalities of Koura, Larnaka, Lemesos, Mahdia, Málaga, Marseille, Martil, M'Diq, M'Diq-F'nideq, Minieh, Menzil Bourghiba, Mersin, Monastir, Montpellier, M'Saken, Nabeul, Oran, Palma, Roma, Sarajevo, Saida, Sfax, Sidi Bou Said, Sousse, Tanger, Tataouine, Tétouan, Tirana, Tripoli, Tunis, València, Zarqa and Zgharta-Ehden.

MedCities also has three observing members: The Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation (ACCD), the Mediterranean Citizens' Assembly Foundation (FACM) and ANIMA Invest Network.

  • Agadir


    Agadir is a major city in Morocco, located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, near the foot of the Atlas Mountains.

  • Ancona


    The city of Ancona is located on the northern Adriatic coast of Italy and it is the capital city of the Marche Region. Its essence is inevitably linked to the Adriatic Sea. Ancona's port is one of the most ancient and important in the maritime region

  • Antalya


    Antalya is a city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey. It is Turkey's biggest international sea resort, located on the Turkish Riviera.

  • Al Fayhaa

    Al Fayhaa

    Al Fayhaa is a union of four Municipalities: Tripoli - Mina - Baddawi - Qalamoon. Its location in the eastern shores of the Mediterranean position serves as a major link between the Mediterranean basin & the Middle-East.

  • Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB)

    Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB)

    The Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB) is an institution formed by 36 cities or villages (Barcelona and its surroundings) that manages a territory of 636km2 and more than 3,2M inhabitants. It is one of the largest urban areas in Europe.

  • Barcelona


    Barcelona and its 1.608.746 inhabitants is a cosmopolitan and active Mediterranean city with a dynamic economy and culture. It's also the headquarter of many international and Mediterranean institution and it is the capital city of Catalonia.

  • Batroun


    A coastal Lebanese city, located 50 km north of the capital Beirut, and 29 km south of Tripoli, Batroun is the official center of its caza with a population of around 20,000

  • Bizerte


    Bizerte est le chef-lieu d'un gouvernorat peuplé de plus d'un demi-million d'habitants. Bizerte est une ville du nord de la Tunisie située entre la mer Méditerranée et le lac de Bizerte.

  • Chefchaouen


    Chefchaouen or Chaouen is a city in northwest Morocco. It is the chief town of the province of the same name, and is noted for its buildings in shades of blue.

  • Dannieh


    Dannieh is a region in North Lebanon extending from the Mediterranean sea to the highest mountains in the Middle East on a 365 km2 area; 172,000 recorded inhabitants (70% permanent residents), not counting the Syrian refugees, estimated at 60,000.

  • Djerba Midoun

    Djerba Midoun

    Djerba est une île de 514 km2 (25 kilomètres sur 20 et 150 kilomètres de côtes) située au Sud-Est du golfe de Gabès et barrant l'entrée du golfe de Boughrara, au sud-est de la Tunisie.

  • Dubrovnik


    It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a seaport and the centre of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Its total population is 42,615. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

  • El Mina

    El Mina

    El Mina, known as the city of the city of Waves and Horizons, is a coastal city in Northern Lebanon and It acts as the harbor city for modern neighboring Tripoli, situated 5 km to the east.

  • Gabès


    Le gouvernorat de Gabes est situé dans le Sud- Est du pays et couvre une superficie de 7 175 km, soit 4,4 % de la superficie du pays

  • Gaziantep


    It is located in the western part of Turkey's Southeastern Anatolia Region. The city has two urban districts under its administration, Şahinbey and Şehitkamil. It is the sixth-most populous city in Turkey.

  • Izmir


    The ancient city was known as Smyrna, and the city was generally referred to as Smyrna in English, until the Turkish Postal Service Law of 28 March 1930 made "İzmir" the internationally recognized name.

  • Jbeil /Byblos

    Jbeil /Byblos

    Byblos is one of the top contenders for the "oldest continuously inhabited city" award. According to Phoenician tradition it was founded by the God El, and even the Phoenicians considered it a city of great antiquity

  • Kairouan


    Kairouan est une ville du centre de la Tunisie et le chef-lieu du gouvernorat du même nom. La ville de Kairouan se situe à 150 kilomètres au sud-ouest de Tunis et cinquante kilomètres à l'ouest de Sousse.

  • Koura


    Al-Koura is located in the north of Lebanon, bordering Tripoli, Zgharta, Bcharri and Batroun districts, and the Mediterranean Sea to the west. Al-Koura embraces near enough some 46 towns and villages over an area of approximately 3.75km2

  • Larnaca


    Larnaca is one of the oldest cities of Cyprus, blessed by a unique location on the crossroads of three continents, in the Mediterranean basin. It is located in south-west Cyprus. It combines the mysticism of old times and the freshness of modern life

  • Lemesos


    The district of Lemesos (Limassol) which covers the south part of Cyprus, borders with the district of Larnaca in the east, with the district of Paphos in the west, as well as with the capital Nicosia in the north.

  • Mahdia


    Mahdia est une ville côtière tunisienne située à environ 200 kilomètres au sud de la capitale Tunis. Chef-lieu du gouvernorat du même nom, elle constitue une municipalité comptant 50000 habitants en 2014

  • Málaga


    Malaga is a Spanish city, capital of the eponymous province that is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is located at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea and in the south of the Iberian Peninsula.

  • Marseille


    Marseille est la plus ancienne ville de France. Son architecture actuelle et sa population sont le reflet de 2600 ans d'histoire.Les richesses de son patrimoine assurent la pérennité du lien qui existe avec ce passé foisonnant

  • Mersin


    Mersin is an important hub of Turkey's economy, and Turkey's largest seaport is located in the city. Mersin's nickname within Turkey is "Pearl of the Mediterranean" and the city hosted the 2013 Mediterranean Games.

  • Monastir


    Monastir est une ville côtière du Sahel tunisien, au centre-est de la Tunisie, située sur une presqu'île au sud-est du golfe d'Hammamet, à une vingtaine de kilomètres à l'est de Sousse et à 162 kilomètres au sud de Tunis

  • Montpellier


    C'est la 3ème villef rançaise par population, préfecture du département de l'Hérault. Capitale de l'ancienne région administrative Languedoc-Roussillon, elle est le centre d'une métropole et un pôle d'équilibre de la région Occitanie.

  • M'Saken


    M'saken est une ville du Sahel tunisien située à une douzaine de kilomètres au sud de Sousse et environ 140 kilomètres au sud de Tunis

  • Nabeul


    Nabeul est une ville du nord-est de la Tunisie, située au sud de la péninsule du cap Bon, à une soixantaine de kilomètres au sud-est de Tunis

  • Palma


    Palma is a major city and seaport located in the southwest of Mallorca, the largest island in the Balearic Islands. It is a touristic hub and a hot spot of environmental and cultural richness.

  • Rome


    Rome is the capital of Italy and also of the Province of Rome and of the region of Lazio. With 2.9 million residents in 1,285.3 km2, it is also the country's largest and most populated comune and fourth-most populous city in the European Union.

  • Saida


    Sidon or Saïda is the third-largest city in Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate of Lebanon, on the Mediterranean coast.

  • Sarajevo


    Sarajevo is capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is its administrative, economic, cultural, educational (university) and sport center

  • Sfax


    Located at approximately 260 Km southeastern of Tunis, Sfax is the heartbeat of the Tunisian economy through its industries and its port which provides an important part of Tunisia trade transactions.

  • Sousse


    Sousse, this lighthouse city full of history, has harmoniously married modernity becoming a major economic and touristic center of Tunis and the Mediterranean Area. Today it 's considered as a dynamic regional metropolis.

  • Tanger


    Tangier is a major city in northern Morocco with a population of about 1,850,000 (2014 estimates). It is located on the North African coast at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar.

  • Tetuan


    Tetuan is a city in northern Morocco. The Berber name means literally "the eyes" and figuratively "the water springs". Tetouan is one of the two major ports of Morocco on the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Tunis


    Tunis, capital of Tunisia. Opened on the oriental pond of the Mediterranean Sea, the initial site is established by a narrow isthmus between the sebkha Essijoumi (salterns) in the southwest and El-bouheïra ( lagoon) in the East.

  • Tripoli


    Tripoli is the the second-largest city in Lebanon, situated 85 kilometers north of the capital Beirut, and it is the capital of the North Governorate and the Tripoli District. It is a city of 20,394 km² with a population of 253000 inhabitants.

  • València


    València is the capital of the autonomous community of Valencia and the third-largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, with around 800,000 inhabitants.

  • Zgharta-Ehden


    Located in the North of Lebanon, Zgharta is a large town with an estimated population of around 40,000 citizens. With an altitude of 150 meters above sea level, Zgharta lies between the rivers of Jouit and Rashein