As part of the Cohesion Policy of the European Union, the INTERREG Atlantic Area Programme gives support to transnational cooperation projects in 37 Atlantic regions from five countries: France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom, contributing to the economic, social and territorial cohesion objectives.


The general objective of the Area Atlantic Programme is to implement solutions to respond to regional challenges in the fields of innovation, resource efficiency, environment and cultural property, supporting regional development and sustainable growth. With a total budget of € 185 million, it includes a financial allocation from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of over € 140 million.


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Cofinancing the challenges of transational cooperation from Europe

The GeoAtlantic project is part of the Atlantic Area INTERREG programme. With a budget of € 2,867,469.64  from the European Regional Development Fund, the European Union contributes with 2,150,602.23 € (75% of the total budget).