Terres de l'Ebre, located in the southernmost part of Catalonia, are characterized by their high natural value and low density tourism. Furthermore, the identity of its people, through their customs, history, folklore and cuisine, make him a unique territory.


The four counties that form exhibit a unique natural spaces as well as a rich historical and cultural heritage in the same territory. The presence of the largest river in the Iberian Peninsula, the Ebro, models still a space of unique features that has earned its declaration as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.


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Fishing port and marina. Fish auction, prestige seafood cuisine. Coves with white sand or rocky beaches. Nearby: Ebro Delta Natural Park (15 km), L'Ampolla (12 km), Tortosa (30 km), Sant Carles de la Ràpita (38 km), PortAventura (40 km). More information


Marina. Ebro Delta Natural Park (3 km). Nearby: Ametlla de Mar (12 km), Port Calafat (17 km), Tortosa (20 km), Sant Carles de la Ràpita (30 km), Les Cases d'Alcanar (40 km), PortAventura (35 km). More information


El Perelló offers sea and mountain landscapes and beautiful, quiet beaches with crystalline waters. It was first town in Catalonia to produce honey. La Mallada Cave, the cave paintings of Cabra-Feixet, the Molino de Viento (windmill). Nearby: Salou (50 km), Cambrils (45 km). More information


Fishing village in southeastern Montsià region, 80 km southwest of Tarragona, 180 km from Barcelona. For lovers of nature, in Terres de l`Ebre will be able displeased extensive and quiet beaches of fine sand, or, if desired, the blank spaces of the Natural Park of Delta de l`Ebre and the mountains of the Parc Natural Els Ports de Tortosa-Besseit. More information


The largest wetland in Catalunya is one of the most important in the Mediterranean region. The mouth of the river that gives its name to the whole region, forms a first class nature park with an incomparable wealth of flora and fauna that make it unique and exceptional. With a total area of ​​7,736 hectares comprises Baix Ebre and Montsià. Within its vast expanse are rafts Les Olles, Canal Vell, the Garxal, L'Alfacada, the Platjola, the Tancada and L'Encanyissada; and the islands of Buddha, Sant Antoni and Sapinya; peninsulas of Punta de la Banya and Fangar, the moors of Casablanca and Ullals Baltasar. he town and the river are the sènies. The municipality has an extension of 23'03 race. On the other side of the Ebro, face to face, is the town of Ginestar. More information