Despite considerable improvement in the management of anal cancer, there is a great deal of variation in the outcomes among European countries, and in particular among different hospital centres in Greece and Cyprus. The aim was to elaborate a consensus on the multidisciplinary management of anal cancer, based on European guidelines (European Society of Medical Oncologists-ESMO), considering local special characteristics of our healthcare system. Following discussion and online communication among members of an executive team, a consensus was developed. Guidelines are proposed along with algorithms of diagnosis and treatment. The importance of centralisation, care by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) and adherence to guidelines are emphasised.