Places of interest
La Nativitat de Nostra Senyora church: The Nativity of Our Lady church in Aldover is a neoclassical construction and has remains of the old Way of the Cross stations.
Riverside beach: A large natural beach and boat landing beside the River Ebro among spectacular riverside woodland.
Les Olles: A beautiful spot within the Conca ravine, where water often collects to form natural pools among the eroded rock formations.
River Ebro and Woodland Visitor Centre. (Book a visit by contacting Aldover town hall.).
Old Val de Zafan railway train station. Converted into a bar-restaurant.
The Val de Zafan Green Way: Old disused railway lines now converted into cycle tracks with gentle slopes and no motor vehicles.
Riverside route: As the Ebro flows past the town, it has created the largest riverside beach along the river, an ideal place for a morning stroll.
Saint James’ Way: One stretch of the long-distance walk starts in the Ebro Delta, at the monument in honour of Our Lady in Deltebre and passes through Aldover on its way to Santiago de Compostela in the north-west of Spain.