As mentioned above, the Ebro Delta is the largest wetland area in Catalonia, constituting one of the most important aquatic habitats of the Western Mediterranean.
For this reason, in 1983 the Generalitat of Catalonia declared it a Natural Park and later, UNESCO awarded it the distinction of Biosphere Natural Reserve. It also holds the certificate of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism -accreditation promoted by the EUROPARC Federation- and ranks among the best sustainable tourist destinations in the world.
Due to the Ebro River, the Ebro Delta is divided into two areas formed by different populations, settled on its banks.
Birdwatching is one of the recommended activities in the natural space, as it has several facilities as viewpoints for this practice.
Fruit of a deltaic tradition, the old salt pans of Sant Antoni and its viewpoint form a natural space where thousands of flamingos can glimpse.
Is one of the most iconic places of the Delta de l’Ebre, a space with spectacular views where the main tourist resource is the Torre de Sant Joan dels Alfacs or Bolitx.
Space that remains open to the public interested in birdwatching, learn about the organic cultivation of rice and enjoy while discovering one of the most characteristic landscapes of the Delta de l’Ebre.
It is the second largest lagoon in the Delta de l’Ebre. The Tancada lagoon with an area of 250 Ha, is a landscape rich in species of birds and fish.
The largest lagoon in the Delta de l’Ebre. Place protected by the Delta de l’Ebre Natural Park. It is an excellent natural space for birdwatching.
Is a municipality that has a charm and a past linked to the cultivation of rice among other traditional foods of the Delta de l'Ebre.
The Ullals of Baltassar are fresh water springs surrounded by eucalyptus trees that form a unique landscape.
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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The Casa de Fusta is one of the most distinctive elements of the Delta de l'Ebre. It was built in the late 1920s by a group of hunters who were attracted by the variety and the quantity of birds that lived in this natural space. Nowadays it is located in the Encanyissada lagoon and it is the interpretation center of the Delta de l'Ebre Natural Park. Inside the centre there is an ornithological museum, with a representative collection of the bird species that live in the area and outside the there is a viewpoint overlooking the Llacuna de l’Encanyissada, an ideal spot for birdwatching.
Information center that guides the visitor about the territory of the Delta de l'Ebre. There is an itinerary that allows to get to know the natural environments of the Ebro, such as the river, the rice fields, the riparian forests and the lagoons, showing at the same time the human activities developed over the years. You can see three typical huts and a lute, and the visitor can see the birds. The ecomuseum also has an aquarium showing the main species of fish and amphibians that live in the area.
Tourist and gastronomic promotion center that is linked to the set of facilities of the "Ebro, Nature & Culture" Network. The Tourist Office is a tribute to the ancestors of the territory and to all the generations that have lived over the years, as they have created the culture and the various landscapes, currently recognized as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Terres de l’Ebre have got some tourist attractions where gastronomy is one of the key factors that are most interrelated. The center promotes a wide range of tourist activities, being a geographical, tourist and agri-food space. The building is located in the old Amposta slaughterhouse.
Museum of neoclassical style built in 1857, in the building of Les Casotes, in Sant Carles de la Ràpita. The building includes a ground floor and a first floor. In the ground floor there is the exhibition Espai Arbó, dedicated to the writer Sebastià Juan Arbó. In this floor are organized temporary activities. In the first floor there are two permanent exhibition spaces: "La Mar de l'Ebre: from Cap de Terme to Sòl-de-riu" and "Les Terres de l'Ebre, land of fishermen and sailors". These summarize the rich biodiversity, the importance and danger of navigation and the ways of life of the coast located around the mouth of the Ebro. The museum is the starting point for various routes and itineraries guided by the population.
For the Camarles population it was essential to recover the old mill of the village cooperative, preserve it and adapt it in memory of the people who worked for decades in the rice cultivation. In 2016 born the Rice Interpretation Center in Camarles, as a dissemination center for the history of rice cultivation in the Delta, where people can discover the roots and traditions associated with this cereal and all the work and effort it has entailed over all these years. The center invites you to enjoy a space with a privileged geographical location, between rice fields and rainfed crops.
Building located in the house of the old rice union, in Deltebre. It is a center of tourist inspiration for the promotion of the Baix Ebre, hosting the Regional Tourist Office, an interactive place that have got a museum space, a cooking classrooms, a shop of local products and a set of rooms for conferences and exhibitions. The space is a tourist reference point of the Biosphere Reserve, both for local tourism companies, which find spaces for training and debate, and for visitors, who find exhibitions where they suggest experiences and discover landscapes, music and stories from Terres de l'Ebre.
The Museum Poble dels Muntells is located in a small single-storey building on Carrer Major in the municipality of Sant Jaume d'Enveja. In it is exhibited the collection gathered by the local journalist and historian Antoni Panadés. There are also objects of the most diverse origin: field and fishing tools, photographs, documents and curiosities, etc.
Molí de Rafelet in Deltebre is the only wooden mill that is currently in operation in the Delta de l'Ebre. In 2008 it was cataloguized as a Rice Museum, by the Generalitat de Catalunya. The mill produces rice in an artisanal and traditional way, with its own limited production. There are produced a diversity of rice such as bomba rice, Marisma rice and organic rice. They all come from small producers in the Delta de l'Ebre. In the space there are guided tours with prior reservation and demonstrations of the rice production process. The latter take place in the facilities cataloguized as a museum.
Le Centre d'Interprétation Torres de la Guaita initie au monde de la surveillance en période d'assauts, de bandits et de passeurs pour découvrir son fonctionnement, ses emplacements stratégiques et ses fonctions pour défendre le territoire contre d'éventuelles attaques. Le parcours se compose de quatre tours: la tour de l'ermitage du village du XIIe siècle, la tour de la Bougie du XVIe siècle, la tour de Burjassenia du XIIe siècle et la tour de Benixarop du XIIIe siècle. Certaines de ces tours sont des propriétés privées et ne sont pas autorisées à être visitées.
The cabins have become the iconic elements in the territory of the Delta de l'Ebre. Barraques del Delta Interpretation Center is a space where people can discover the cultural and natural heritage in a walk through the deltaic architectural history. This is located in the area of the old schools in the Puó district and introduces the huts as their own unique architectural element. Space to discover and understand the construction of huts, of high importance in the Delta de l'Ebre.