Parc Natural del Delta de l'Ebre, Deltebre

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4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
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  • The Ebro delta is a very diverse and interesting area. Because of the River, it is extremely fertile and there is much to rice cultivation. You look much specific to the wet fields custom tractors in the very flat landscape. The first times I came there I was reminded of a kind of Dutch polder with palm trees, but the very meager Spanish farms between the wet fields, the sandy paths and special bird species such as flamingos make it totally different than anything we know in Netherlands. The whole coastline is magnificent with different beautiful and very different beaches. The wettest areas around the places where the river flows into the sea and branches such as channels are interesting for nature lovers due to a high biodiversity, particularly in the area of birds and flora. Spain and the Ebro river is the longest river rises South of Bilbao.
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  • It is an ideal place to see to see us in October many have not seen many some clueless flamingos and other kinds of birds have walked by the recommended Bike Park have visited the salt flats and Lakes a good place to go with kids
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  • When he speaks of deltas of rivers in the world, you can imagine large lands of alluvium-filled plains; Since visiting the delta of the Ebro, discover over immense rice fields, large reedbeds, Islands, lighthouses, punts, charming villages, different food, wonderful sunsets, and nature. To put a but, the mosquito can mow down with insolent effrontery.
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  • This picture from the Marquesa beach - a lovely, long and deserted stretch of sand. The water is quite clear and clean - a great place for a picnic, but be warned, there is no shade - bring your own!
  • Interesting nature area and protected Parc with a wide presence of birds. Agricultural activity is mainly rice plantation.
  • Have to say that this is a bit disappointing. Very rough roads to get to the coast where we found a run down picnic area, solitary lookout tower and not much else. We much prefer the Camargue in France where there are smooth cycle paths running past waters with much better opportunity to see wildlife.
  • The most important marshlands in Catalonia hold a huge biodiversity and immense landscapes.
  • Just wow! A tiny strip of beach in the middle of the sea and u can bath in both sides!
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