The personality of Les Terres de l'Ebre truly displays the special uniqueness, purity and beauty of the landscape upon which it stands. With Picasso in its memory, the sharpened profile of the Delta, as well as the incredible wine and oil on the table - experiencing these places will take you to another world, a world as real as the one you imagine.
There's a treasure hidden in Montsant.... do you dare to find it? Follow Brogit's routes in this fun excursion from Cornudella to the foothills of the Montsant, where you'll uncover some incredible wine at the Celler Baronia de Montsant. Even though the prize isn't suitable for children, they love to play the game. Keep going on to La Morera de Montsant, where you'll find the unmissable tranquillity of the Cartoixa d'Escaladei, the Iberian Peninsula's first Carthusian monastery, established in 1194. Feeling hungry? We suggest an experience in fine wine at Cal Joc in Gratallops, you'll lick your lips at all the QDO Priorat wines and typical regional dishes. Then finish the day in the company of eBike Tours and take a lovely electric bike route through the vineyards. An amazing day guaranteed.
Sport in a natural environment; that's what you'll find in Vies Altes, in Porrera, an adventure park with aerial assault courses, zip wires and footbridges up to 180 metres high. It's one for thrill-seekers! And where better than a place like the Ebre to learn how to cook a good paella? In Mas Trucafort, near Falset, they'll show you how to cook mountain rice with vine shoots. Don't miss out, it's amazing! Continue on to Bellmunt del Priorat and you'll find the Museu de les Mines, where you'll reach depths of up to 35 metres... Gulp! And finally, a different way of touring vineyards: on horseback. The Celler de Capçanes organises tours for you to get to know the taste and smell of their amazing wines.
Móra d'Ebre-Corbera d'Ebre
If you wake up with your batteries charged, let it all out at the Móra d'Ebre circuit where you can ride karts, quads and motorbikes. Bring the adrenalin back down by joining Terra Enllà and following the Battle of the Ebre trail with a glass of wine at El Poble Vell in Corbera d'Ebre. Back by the river: get down to Lo Roget, a modern replica of the inland shipping catboats that made the Ebre a commercial highway; visible from Ascó to Móra d'Ebre and Miravet. If you're in the mood for some more local cuisine, a great idea is to head to the Riba-roja camp site restaurant to try out la clotxa, a traditional Ribera d'Ebre dish.
Horta de Sant Joan-El Pinell de Brai
We begin the day with Picasso. Together with Viemocions, in Horta de Sant Joan, discover where the Malaga genius painted, became inspired and lived. Let yourself get swept away on one of the 'Greenway' bike trips organised by Esgambi. You'll set off in Benifallet, where you can grab a bite to eat in an old station, then finish up the smooth 24 km journey in Tortosa. For a bit of relaxation, try out an accessible tour of the Cathedral of Wine in Pinell de Brai, an exceptional modernist monument that hosts the Pagos de Híbera wine-makers. Stay where you are and you'll find the Battle of the Ebre Centre d'Interpretació: Exhibitions describing the Civil War, trenches, bunkers and so on. A space devoted to tales from the front line.
Wake up! Brother Jaume de Garrigans is about to tell you the story of Miravet castle. No, you haven't gone back in time: you're at Ebre guia's dramatised tour. And the show goes on: in Tortosa you'll join Blanca, and take the journey of the Jews living in La Alhama de Tortosa, the city's Hebrew corners. Fancy some mussels and oysters with cava? Every Saturday from April to September, the seafood farm boat goes from La Caseta del Parrillo, in Sant Carles de la Ràpita, up to Ulldecona. Here, the Museu Natural de les Oliveres Mil·lenàries de l'Arion displays the last 2000 years of Mediterranean culture.
Delta de l'Ebre-L'Ametlla de Mar
Who could visit the Delta without fishing? The people from Lo Mas de la Cuixota, in Amposta, will take you for some traditional fishing. And if you're there in October, check out the Festa de la Sega. You'll see how rice fields were reaped back in the day. Terres de l'Ebre has all the information you need on this and other traditional rice festivals. Need some more activities? Experience the authentic Parc Natural del Delta de l'Ebre first-hand, check out the Delta Polet ecocultural safari and you'll soak up the area's rice fields, lagoons, dunes, flora and fauna. Then, after you've seen it all, you can go and learn about it at the Ecomuseu del Delta, in Deltebre. Finish off with an adventure: Feed and swim amongst hundreds of wild bluefin tuna with Tuna Tour, in L'Ametlla de Mar. Ideal for tourists of all ages.