Places of interest
Riverside walk and Molí dels Mirons viewpoint: A small park on the way into town, this viewpoint and leisure area offers wonderful views of the River Ebro. A bike path connects it to the town.
The Canal Vell lagoon: A brackish water lagoon in the Delta with a rich variety of wildlife. Many types of birds nest here, especially wild ducks.
Mouth of the River Ebro: El Garxal, l’Illa de Sant Antoni, l’Illa de Buda. The area known as Garxal which spreads from the river mouth to the Riumar beach is a wetland area of small islets and other areas of land among lagoons and marshland, home to a rich variety of birdlife. There is a signed walking route. The Sant Antoni island is an area of dunes and marshland with interesting vegetation just beside the river mouth. The Buda island is a larger area, extremely important for bird nesting and can be seen from the viewpoint at the monument in honour of Our Lady on the left bank of the river. The monument is the starting point for the Ebro section of the Saint James’ Way.
Pont del Rei: The remains of an old undated bridge known as the King’s Bridge, with a picnic area.
The Passador Bridge: The main Bridge crossing the river Ebro in the heart of the Delta and joining the two largest towns.
Beaches in the Ebro Delta: The beaches here are vast, wild and sandy desert-like areas where visitors often see mirages. They have dune systems which move and change over time. Sites of interest include: La Punta del Fangar, a protected bird nesting area stretching over 410 hectares, and home to the photogenic Fangar lighthouse; the spectacular Marquesa and Riumar beaches, which can both be reached on foot from the river mouth; and the Bassa de l’Arena wild beach backing onto shifting sand dunes. The Riumar beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for quality standards.
The Ebro Delta Natural Park Ecomuseum: Visitor and information centre located in an old traditional farmhouse.
Ebreterra, Tourist Inspiration Centre: Information, experiences and other services covering the lower Ebro area for both tourists and local firms. Facilities include an interactive museum with three areas to find out more about the Baix Ebre area, the Terres de l’Ebre region, and the Biosphere Reserve. With a special focus on local gastronomy, the ground floor is home to a professional kitchen with 16 cooking hobs for courses and workshops or for professional chefs to prepare tasting events of local foods and recipes.