Trinitat Salt Flats – Punta de la Banya

The vastest natural area of the Ebro Delta

Punta de la Banya and Trinitat Salt Flats comprise a natural area surrounded by local species of flora and fauna. Located at the southernmost tip of the Ebro Delta, birds can be seen all year round.

Birds that can be observed

  •  cormorants
  •  flamingos, common spoonbill and glossy ibis
  •  anatidae and grebes
  •  sandpipers
  •  seagulls and terns

Punta de la Banya is a natural area created by the peninsula joined with the Delta via Barra del Trabucador, at the southernmost tip of the Ebro Delta.

This natural area, measuring about 2.700 ha, is divided into Trinitat Salt Flats (a sea salt operation) and the protected area of Punta de la Banya.

It’s very flat and tends to flood with the rise in sea level and storms.