The Trabucador beach is a 6.5 kilometre tail that enters the sea up to the point of Banya, right in the middle of the Ebro Delta Nature Reserve. It is a splendid example of a wild beach, a real shelter of calmness for the visitor.
The absence of services in this immense extension of fine golden sand is amply made up by its beauty. It is fully bordered by the town of Alcanar and the bay of Alfacs. This bay is Europe´s most important natural port and a place of pilgrimage of many waterfowl species.
The isthmus formed by El Trabucador has a path that allow us to easily follow the course of the river up to the Trinitat salt ponds. During the route one can enjoy the calm waters and a gentle slope, which meakes them comfortable to visit. However, it is recommended that during the strong months of summer and winter, one must be careful with the rise of the tide.
This location is greatly appreciated by nudity enthusiasts. On the other hand, it has watch points from which there is an exceptional panoramic view that includes the town of Sant Carles, the Montsià mountain range and the lighthouse.
Parking, Means of transport, Nearest port