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The Ebro Delta Natural Park is located at the mouth of the river Ebro in the province of Tarragona, between the regions of the Lower Ebro and the Montsiá, in the southernmost part of Spain. Catalonia. It was declared a natural park in August 1983, and expanded in 1986. It currently has a total area of 7,736 hectares (3979 hectares in the right hemidelta and 3757 hectares in the left hemidelta). The Ebro River, the largest river in the Iberian Peninsula, is the main responsible for this environment, bringing the materials ripped from its head to deposit here, in conjunction with the Mediterranean. The sediments are therefore materials from the Pyrenees, the Iberian system and the Cantabrian Mountains, places where the river is born and tributaries of it. The amount of sedimented material has created an area of more than 320 km², in which numerous habitats have been formed. The current form of the Delta is a perfectly drawn “arrow” that penetrates about 22 km into the sea, creating the third largest delta in the Mediterranean after the Nile Delta with 24,000 km² and the Rhone, covering an area of 500 km² . The Ebro Delta is the largest wetland in Catalonia and one of the most important in Western Europe behind the Camargue Regional Park in France and the Doñana National Park in southern Spain.
With a pedal stroke, families and groups of friends can choose to travel in the wildest corners of the Ebro Delta Natural Park
The Delta, with its 321 km2 of surface, is a true paradise for nature photographer. The lights, the river, the fauna, especially the birds, the rice fields …
The cuisine is rich and varied and takes advantage of the abundant natural resources provided by the Delta through hunting, fishing and agriculture.
The unforgettable experience of living in the midst of wildlife and nature, which allow our homes to enjoy a pleasant holiday surrounded by family.