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Ebro Delta Boat Cruise

1. Ebro Delta Boat Cruise

Set sail from Deltebre near Amposta on a leisurely cruise down the Ebro River. Cruise down the river, passing by the Buda Island and large rice fields into the Ebro Delta. Learn more about the flora, fauna, and history of the delta from your expert local guide. Admire the serene surroundings and spot many bird species who inhabit the delta.

L'Ametlla de Mar: Swimming with Tuna Sailing Trip

2. L'Ametlla de Mar: Swimming with Tuna Sailing Trip

Set sail from the port of L'Ametlla de Mar on a modern catamaran. During the trip, watch an audiovisual presentation and learn about the history of wild tuna, fishing techniques, feeding, biology, and its gastronomic value. Upon arrival at the designated location, the team will guide you into the ocean. Swim in the water surrounded by hundreds of giant bluefin tuna. Observe these large species of tuna in their natural habitat of the Mediterranean Sea. Finally, head back to the port, and enjoy tasting some fresh tuna with a glass of cava, or a soft drink.

Ebro Delta: Guided Kayak Tour to Gracia Island

3. Ebro Delta: Guided Kayak Tour to Gracia Island

Travel to the starting point of your kayak route in the village of Balada and embark on a charming kayak tour through white poplars, tamarinds, and the enchanting flora and fauna of the Ebro River. Go to the heart of the Ebro Delta National Park, kayak around Gracia Island, and see the many birds and fish that live in this amazing biosphere. Return to the starting point at the end of your tour.

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What people are saying about Ebro Delta

Nuria, a young girl with a very good, cheerful and responsible character, took an excellent care in teaching us fauna and flora in a briefing in a commendable natural environment, then in the water a very professional attitude with safety in an activity in which unfortunately We weren't lucky enough to see many bugs. But if you could understand exactly what the objective of the activity is, which is to get in touch with the sea and its living beings as well as the correct use of the neoprene diving suit and snorkel. In the same place you can do a scuba diving baptism and also go diving for those already initiated. We will return for sure, in the area you can park without problem and it is an environment surrounded by a pine forest that provides shade and if there is a sea breeze the temperature is quite acceptable there is a beach and there is a beach bar too.