Who are we?

A TCC chapter open to all members who for reasons of birth, residence or passion, embrace the Mediterranean culture and its way of life.

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II International TCC Mediterranean Meeting

Famagusta (TNRC) Meeting 30/31st October 2021 Saturday 30th October 15:00 Dhekelia UK Sovereign Base (Optional) 19:00 Welcome Cocktail – Hotel 20:30 Dinner in a local Restaurant Sunday 31st October 08:30 – 15:30 h Guided tour: Kyrenia (Girne) and/or Karpass peninsula, Famagusta, Salamis ruins, Varosha (including Lunch) 15:30 – 20:30 h Conference & Activities 20:30 Farewell […]

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Second Online Meeting

Sunday, 16th May 11:30 – 13:00 h (CET) Topics: Trips made / projected 2021 Covid’19: Expetations FAMAGUSTA General Meeting update Travel experiences: Harry Mitsidis: Egypt (White Desert); Ethiopia; North Macedonia; UK Country sideDavid: Colombia, Costa Rica, PanamaJacobo: Madeira, AzoresFrancesc: Lapland Summary: 11 members joined the Second Online Meeting. After introduction of new members, travelers have […]

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First Online Meeting

Sunday, 20th December 11:00 – 13:00 h (CET) Topics: TCC MMed “scope” Trips 2020 & Covid-19 Chapter website & Fogg’s Eye (Jacobo Vilella) Northwest Passage (Jacques Bojin) Nexts events

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Six Nations Represented at February 2020 Mediterranean Chapter Meeting

In February, TCC members from six countries met in Altafulla, Spain, to enjoy chef Javier’s famous cooking and share travelers’ tales on Bangladesh, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, West Africa, and the South Pole. Miguel Angel Julian discussed Siberia and his new book. In November 2021 the chapter hopes to meet in Famagusta, Cyprus.

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Mediterranean Chapter Update: Grand Plans for 2020

Dear traveler’s friends of the TCC Mediterranean Chapter: I am pleased to announce that after the participatory process carried out beginning December, to choose the place of our 2ND MEDITERRANEAN CHAPTER MEETING, the chosen city has been FAMAGUSTA that collected about 60% of the 36 votes while the options of KAS (TR) and JERUSALEM (IR) […]

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I International TCC Mediterranean Meeting

The I International TCC Mediterranean Meeting gathered more than 20 of the Chapter’s members in the italian city of Bari. Friday, 1st November (Optional) Afternoon visit to Castelo del Monte20:30 Welcome Dinner (Restaurant Al Pescatore) Saturday, 2nd November Conference and Activities at Grande Albergo Delle Nazioni9:00 – 9:30 Welcome & Introduction of participants9:30 – 9:50 […]

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Summer 2019 Mediterranean Chapter Update

El Forn del Senyor, TCC Mediterranean headquarters in Altafulla, welcomed travelers from across Spain. Presentations included discussions by: Óscar Cadiach on the Silk Road of Pakistan and China; a trip across the Pacific by Juan de Almería; Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia by Pamela Barrus; and Russia from south to north by Jorge Sánchez. The […]

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Report From the March 2019 Mediterranean Chapter Meeting

The March 2019 TCC meeting in Altafulla, Spain, included multiple presentations on a wide range of destinations, along with a multicultural menu featuring dishes from Mexico, the Middle East, Thailand, Morocco, Peru, the Caribbean and Cabinda in West Africa. Click this link to view the beautiful illustrated program produced for the event, available here for […]

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Mediterranean TCC Chapter to Meet on March 30 in Altafulla, Spain

TCC members and other travelers met at the Mediterranean chapter headqua ters in Altafulla, Spain, for a discussion of Jorge Sanchez’s trip along the Yenisey River and its Arctic villages in Russia. Oscar Cadiach spoke of his adventure to South America’s Aconcagua. We are proud to announce that several people have expressed interest in joining […]

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Report From the March 2018 Mediterrean Chapter Gathering

On March 3 a TCC meeting and dinner was organized in the TCC Mediterranean Chapter’s clubhouse (a beautiful private book museum and medieval bread oven) in Altafulla, near Barcelona. The purpose was to listen to and get to know the five Spanish travelers who have visited the 193 UN states (The Big Five). Unfortunately, one […]

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