Beiras e Serra da Estrela

The Comunidade Intermunicipal das Beiras e Serra da Estrela is an administrative division in eastern Portugal. It was created in 2013. The seat of the intermunicipal community is Guarda.[1] Beiras e Serra da Estrela comprises parts of the former districts of Guarda and Castelo Branco. The population in 2011 was 236,023,[2] in an area of 6,304.95 km².[3]


The intermunicipal community of Beiras e Serra da Estrela consists of 15 municipalities:[4]

Municipality Population (2011)[2] Area (km²)[3] NUTS III region
Almeida7,242 517.98 Beira Interior Norte
Celorico da Beira7,693 247.22 Beira Interior Norte
Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo6,260 508.57 Beira Interior Norte
Guarda42,541 712.10 Beira Interior Norte
Manteigas3,430 121.98 Beira Interior Norte
Mêda5,202 286.05 Beira Interior Norte
Pinhel9,627 484.52 Beira Interior Norte
Sabugal12,544 822.70 Beira Interior Norte
Trancoso9,878 361.52 Beira Interior Norte
Belmonte6,859 118.76 Cova da Beira
Covilhã51,797 555.60 Cova da Beira
Fundão29,213 700.20 Cova da Beira
Fornos de Algodres4,989 131.45 Serra da Estrela
Gouveia14,046 300.61 Serra da Estrela
Seia24,702 435.69 Serra da Estrela


Coordinates: 40°33′N 7°16′W / 40.55°N 7.26°W / 40.55; -7.26

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