To the south of Catalunya, is one of the most important wetlands in our country. Delta del Ebro Natural Park is the second largest habitat of Spain after the Doñana National Park. In this protected area we can contemplate gardens, fruit-bearing trees and rice fields, and if we wait until the right time of year to visit, you will be able to observe the delightful sight of migrating and nesting birds
With an area of 7,700 ha and an animal population of 70,000 specimens of 300 different species, coexistence between humans and nature has not always been easy. So in 1983, the Government declared ownership of the Natural Park area to protect the rich ecosystem.
In the park, you will find a perfect spot for cycling. Endless paddy fields, riverine forests, coastal lagoons, endless beaches and large dune systems that form the habitat for numerous species of birds, fishes, reptiles and amphibians.
Delta birds have both quantitative and qualitative importance of international relevance. The Delta brings together some of the breeding colonies of the Mediterranean’s leading marine birds. It highlights the Audouin’s Gull, the sandwich tern and the slender-billed gull. It is also a nesting area for other species of shorebirds, waterfowls and herons. The most important species in the Delta del Ebro are the flamingos, that are always so beautiful and elegant.
In the park, you will get all the information necessary for a full and satisfying visit with a reception and interpretation center, recreational areas, well-marked itineraries and organized activities.
What can we visit in the Delta del Ebro Natural Park :
-Explore Museo de las Terres del Ebre, one of the most important areas in Catalonia ethnology, nature, archeology and educational activities.
-Visit the Museo de la Casa de Fusta. Formerly used for hunting, today hosts the Centro de Información del Parque Natural del Delta del Ebro. There we will inform you about the itineraries, the most prominent spaces and activities that can be performed in the area.
– “Perch in the lake”, (one of the traditional methods of navigation of the Delta del Ebro that uses a long tail boat for shallow waters) by the famous restaurant “La Casa de Fusta”. Find a fun way to learn the culture of the Delta del Ebro in these typical traditional boats that ply the shallow waters of the Delta.
– Go to see the flamingos at Laguna de la Tancada that in 2014 had a census of up to 17,000 specimens.
– Discover, walk and swim in the numerous endless beaches of the Delta. You will find numerous endless beaches like Playa del Trabucador, Eucaliptus Playa de La Marquesa or Punta del Fangar.
-Make a boat tour of the river to the mouth with some of the cruise companies. They usually leave at 12.30 and at 15.30 with 45 minutes tours.
Enjoy this nice video of Parque Natural Delta del Ebro