Médio Tejo (intermunicipal community)

Not to be confused with Médio Tejo Subregion.
Map showing the location of the Médio Tejo intermunicipal community (in light blue)

The Comunidade Intermunicipal do Médio Tejo (English: Middle Tagus) is an administrative division in Portugal. It was created in December 2008, replacing the former Comunidade Urbane do Médio Tejo created in 2004.[1] It takes its name from the river Tagus. The seat of the intermunicipal community is Tomar. Médio Tejo comprises parts of the former districts of Santarém and Castelo Branco. The population in 2011 was 247,331,[2] in an area of 3,344.31 km².[3]


The CIM Médio Tejo is composed of 13 municipalities:[4]

Municipality Population (2011)[2] Area (km²)[3] NUTS III region
Abrantes39,325 714.69 Médio Tejo
Alcanena13,868 127.33 Médio Tejo
Constância4,056 80.37 Médio Tejo
Entroncamento20,206 13.73 Médio Tejo
Ferreira do Zêzere8,619 190.38 Médio Tejo
Ourém45,932 416.68 Médio Tejo
Sardoal3,939 92.15 Médio Tejo
Tomar40,677 351.20 Médio Tejo
Torres Novas36,717 270.00 Médio Tejo
Vila Nova da Barquinha7,322 49.53 Médio Tejo
Mação7,338 399.98 Pinhal Interior Sul
Sertã15,880 446.73 Pinhal Interior Sul
Vila de Rei3,452 191.55 Pinhal Interior Sul


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Coordinates: 39°36′N 8°25′W / 39.600°N 8.417°W / 39.600; -8.417

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