The Ebro Delta is the largest wetland in Catalonia and one of the most important in the Western Mediterranean. It is comprised of two areas separated by the Ebro River with different towns along its banks which have made the conservation of the aquatic habitat and human development possible. This is the reason why the Generalitat of Catalonia approved the creation of the Ebro Delta Natural Park in 1983.
Historical road that accompanies the Ebro River in its last section through the old road of the towboats.
Located in the heart of the delta, it stands out for its landscaped streets, where the palm trees and the white houses of colonial style stand out.
Protected within the Natural Park, it’s the largest lagoon in the Delta. It is a great natural spot for birdwatching.
Natural water springs from the Serra del Montsià mountain range, giving this spot a unique landscape, surrounded by eucalyptus trees beside rice fields.
Until the train arrived and the roads were improved, the Ebro River was the main link between the towns located on its banks. Using modern means, you can visit a section of the route where steamboats and llaguts (traditional Catalan fishing vessels) used to bring passengers and goods from one place to another.
It helps in the conservation of species and ecosystems of the Ebro Delta, which are unique in Europe
Get up close and personal with Friesian horses and enjoy a unique experience.
Discover all the activities to get in touch with the Ebro Delta environment and live a unique experience.
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Casa de Fusta is one of the most iconic buildings in the Ebro Delta. It was built by a group of hunters in the late 1920s, lured by the great number and variety of birds found in this natural area.
Go on a journey through the history of the traditions of Terres de l'Ebre and discover a unique culture that is tied to the landscape and natural environment.
Located in the town of Sant Carles de la Ràpita, it is housed in Les Casotes, a neoclassical building dating back to 1857. The building used to be a goods warehouse.
For the people of Camarles, it was essential to recover the old mill of the town’s cooperative, preserve it and restore it in order to pay tribute to the people who have worked the lands in the Delta for many decades until today.
EbreTerra is a centre for the promotion of tourism in the region, which has an interactive exhibition space with kitchen facilities, a shop selling local products and conference or exhibition halls.
Here you’ll find a collection by the journalist and local historian Antoni Panadés. It consists of varied items: farming and fishing tools, photographs, documents and curiosities that fill the exhibition hall.
Molí de Rafelet in Deltebre currently has the only wooden mill still in operation in the Ebro Delta. In 2008, it was declared a rice museum by the Generalitat of Catalonia.
Les Torres de Guaita Interpretation Centre helps visitors understand the uses of the guard and defence towers along the coast.