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River cruise through the Ebro Delta

tiempo 1h 45m
idiomas Spanish, English
En función del tiempo Depending on the weather
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Discover the nature, the fauna and the flora of the Ebro Delta with this experience of great landscape value.

Description

The Ebro River, with a length of 930 km, is the longest river in Spain. One of its most important characteristics is its long course. The river rises in Cantabria and flows into the Mediterranean Sea in the province of Tarragona, forming the so-called Ebro Delta. The Ebro Delta is one of the most important geographical features in Spain due to the great diversity of its ecosystem, of great natural wealth. At its junction with the Mediterranean, its unique landscape is characterised by a wide river surrounded by large natural spaces and an abundance of rice fields. The area includes several protected natural spaces with an incalculable landscape value such as El Garxal, San Antonio Island or Buda Island.

What we are going to do?

We will take a river cruise on board a boat that will travel the last kilometres of the Ebro at its mouth, where it merges with the Mediterranean. During the 1 hour and a half trip we will be able to enjoy beautiful landscapes and observe the birds that live in one of the most amazing places of the Delta: the Natural Park of the Ebro Delta and the Buda Island.

What's included?

River boat trip (1h45min)

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Important

During the months of July, August and September the cruise has 3 daily departures. The rest of the year it can only be booked on Saturdays and Sundays at 12 noon.

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Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

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