The Ebro Delta makes up one of the largest wetland areas in the Mediterranean and has the greatest biodiversity in Catalonia. It has been calculated that between 50,000 and 100,000 birds belonging to some 300 different species live in the Delta. Of particular note are the flamingos and the Audouin's gull.
Life in the Delta goes on a perfect harmony and balance between humankind and nature.It is an intimate and ancestral relation of mutual respect. Rice is its crop par excellence and, as well as enriching our cuisine, it marks the colours of the Ebro Delta that change with the seasons of the year.The changing colours, the huge numbers of aquatic birds that live there or use it as a resting place on their migrations, the salt pans, the lago on sand the unspoilt beaches make the Ebro Delta a unique Mediterranean destination.
Thanks to boat trips, bicycle itineraries and strategically-located birdwatching hides you can see these very special landscapes at close hand.