European Route
of Ceramics

The European Route of Ceramics is a cultural route certified by the European Council since 2012 and aims at giving value to the cultural heritage linked to ceramic production and its ancient tradition, creating a sustainable and competitive offer in tourism, based not only on artistic productions and collections (workshops and museums), but especially on the cultural and social development that these destinations have been undergoing down through the years. 

This Association has its origin in a 2011 European project that is currently shared by the cities of: Bolesławiec (Poland), Castelló de la Plana, Delft (Holland), Faenza (Italy), Gmunden (Austria), Höhr-Grenzhausen (Germany), Iznik Foundation (Turkey), Limoges (France), Selb (Germany) and Manises.