Explore the Delta del Ebro in depth!

If you are a lover of nature, tranquillity, sunsets, birds and vegetation, we are convinced that you will love the Delta del Ebro.

A delta is the land formed between the branches of a river at its mouth. The Delta del Ebro is a protected natural area of 7,736 hectares that flows into the sea for about 22 km, making it the third largest delta in the Mediterranean Sea, after the Nile Delta and the Rhone Delta. It is a large wetland of sand and rice fields from which beaches, islands and dunes, among others, have been formed. In its interior, the towns of San Jaume Denveja and Deltebre coexist.

The Cap Roig Nature Hotel is located in l’Ampolla, just a few kilometres from the Delta del Ebro. It is so close that, even from the hotel, you can see the Fangar lighthouse and the town of l’Ampolla is known as “the gateway to the Delta”.

Below is a list of the essential places you cannot miss when you visit the Delta del Ebro:


  • Riumar Beach
  • Marquesa Beach
  • Migjorn Beach
  • Trabucador Beach

2.Natural areas

  • Delta del Ebro Natural Park
  • Riet Vell Nature Reserve – Visitor Centre
  • River Park
  • Fangar Bay
  • Garxal Viewpoint: Shallow lagoon where the birds of the Delta del Ebro live.

3.Places of interest

  • Fangar lighthouse at Punta del Fangar: Luminous tower that warns boats of the Fangar point.
  • Zigurat: Mouth of the Ebro.
  • Lo Passador: Bridge linking the Baix Ebre and Montsià regions and, in turn, the towns of San Jaume Denveja and Deltebre.
  • Tower of San Juan

4.Cultural points

  • Casa de Fusta Museum
  • Ecomuseum

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