Amposta is the capital of the comarca of Montsià, in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, one hundred km south of Barcelona on the Mediterranean Coast. It is located at 8 metres above sea level, by the Ebre river, not far from its end.
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MonNatura Delta de l'Ebre allows us to discover a natural environment of enormous wealth in one of the largest wetlands in Western Europe. Land and water come together on this spit to create an environment that is home to a unique variety of wildlife, particularly the internationally famous water birds. The Foundation has restored the grounds of the old Tancada saltworks, with an area of 41.2 hectares, highlighting the environmental value of the area trough an interpretive center and a proposed educational and recreational activities that provide insight close to the value of this area lakes. Salt, traditional fishing and bird-watching are the three great elements that move and guide MonNatura Delta de l'Ebre, formed by a series of areas that give value to the territory and the biodiversity around it.
We had a great time in MonNatura Delta. My family with another spent a morning there, the kids had a fantastic time bird watching and a visit to the jetty. It was really interesting to hear about the Delta area, especially if you are not from there. I personally recommend the guided tours, with very clear and interesting material. The staff are super nice and very good with kids. I was particularly impressed by the audiovisual material used at the centre. I really enjoyed the part, which showed the different seasons of the Delta. All in all, it was well worth the visit, for me, the investment in the audiovisual material is reflected in the quality of the tours.
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The main building of Terres de l’Ebre Museum in Amposta has two exhibition rooms: “The Terres de l’Ebre: from Prehistory to the Middle Ages” and “The Ebro: a Water Highway”. Through a fascinating scenography, visitors can learn about the different cultures that have made the Terres de l’Ebre their home throughout history. You can also see how this great Iberian river has shaped the landscape and the lives of its people with its great natural wealth, diverse ways of life and the strategic situation on the river banks. The museum has important nature, archaeology and ethnology collections with more than 35,000 objects that represent the memory of the territory in the form of material and immaterial assets.
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A bit of climb up, the path is well used, just follow the painted arrows from the unsigned car park ( don't park or drive up the concrete road that leads to a house )
Views from the top are well worth the effort.
There is a statue that was placed there about 20 years ago and can be seen from miles away.
There are two easy paths up, but they take longer.
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Tourism service company Ebro Delta, shop selling typical products of the Ebro and tours with local guide service in the area.
Pues si, fuimos a tomar vermut un domingo por la mañana con amigos; sitio tranquilo y al lado del rio.
Gran variedad de vermuts y tienda con todo tipo de suvenirs del terreno y también vinos i arroz de todas las clases.
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Archaeological park of The Carrova allows to visit, in the same space, two relevant monuments of the lands of Ebro rive. On the one hand, the remains of an important Roman city that was active between the centuries I bC. and V aC. And on the other hand, a majestic watchtower of the Ebro that dates back of the XIV century.
Interesante visita para conocer como era una torre de vigilancia medieval. Des de la azotea de la misma hay una vistas increíbles del rio Ebro. Recomendable también visitar la villa romana de la Carrova
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Amposta has a tourist office, located in an historical building, where travellers will find information, products and tourism services designed to help them discover the city and the Ebro River Delta.
Una visita muy interesante ya que te permite entrar en contacto con la ciudad de Amposta y todo su entorno.
El lugar es muy agradable y la atención muy profesional.
Sin duda, recomiendo visitar la Oficina de Turisme d'Amposta si es la primera vez que vais a visitar el Delta del Ebro o, si queréis descubrir rincones secretos de este paraje natural tan maravilloso.
Horseback riding over the Montsià RangeAnother great choice for riding your horse is to discover flora and fauna of the Montsià Mountain Range, on a tour that will captivate all your five senses: a landscape awaits the riders to discover olive, carob and orange tress, herds of horses and bulls, waterfowl on ponds and rain fed farming.
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