Ebro Delta Nature Park

Nature Park of Delta de l'Ebre tourist information , naturals parks Costa Daurada
Ebro Delta. Photography: Martin Cox
An exceptional natural park with a great richness of flora and fauna, located at the mouth of the Ebro river in the province of Tarragona. The Ebro Delta is the second most important aquatic habitat in the Western Mediterranean, after the French Camargue, and in Spain after the Doñana National Park.
The landscape of the delta has a singular beauty and a unique character in Catalonia, with water as the main protagonist. It is a plain of just barely over one meter in height above sea level. Inland we can find crop-growing areas and especially extensive rice fields. In the coastal area are large lagoons, canals, marshes, salt marshes, dunes and beaches.

The Ebro Delta has a high biodiversity and fish wealth, with more than 700 plant species and 330 bird species. The flamingo colonies abound especially in the Tancada lagoon and in the Trinitat salt lake.
The Natural Park offers visitors a wide and varied range of activities and itineraries to discover the most interesting places on foot, bike, canoe, horseback or 4x4.

Punta de la Banya
Declared Partial Nature Reserve, with restricted access, the small peninsula of La Banya is the jewel of the park. It lies on the southern edge, attached to the delta across the Isthmus of Trabucador. Delimits the Alfacs Bay, the largest natural harbor in Europe.

Punta del Fangar
The Fangar is a peninsula of 410 ha located in the northern part of the Ebro delta. The main characteristics are the formations of mobile and fixed dunes, the best preserved of the Catalan coast. It is accessible through a compacted sand track which takes to the Fangar Lighthouse or to the extremity of the peninsula.
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Contact
Information Center
46 Catalunya Avenue
- Deltebre (Tarragona) 43580
Tel.: +34 977 482 181
Fax: +34 977 481 392
Email: pndeltaebre@gencat.cat
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Park details
Creation year: 1983
Surface area: 7,736 ha
Municipalities: Amposta, Deltebre, l'Ampolla, Sant Carles de la Rapita.
Comarques: Baix Ebre, Montsià.
Province: Tarragona
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How to get
By bus. The company Hife offers regular bus lines from Tortosa and L'Aldea to different towns and villages of the Delta.
By train. RENFE. Long and Middle Distance trains link the L'Aldea - Amposta Station to Barcelona, Tortosa, Tarragona, Valencia, Alicante, Andalusia and Murcia region.
By car. Motorway AP-7 (E-15) to Amposta (exit 41)or the N-340 Road (Tarragona - Castellón).
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