If you come to visit the Delta del Ebro you can not leave without seeing the mouth of the river Ebro.

The river Ebro is considered the longest and most abundant in Spain.

The natural environment is considered of great importance. The area includes several protected natural spaces such as:

How to get to the mouth of the Ebro?

To go you have to move to Deltebre and from there follow the signs to “desembocadura”.

Location Desembocadura

Map of the mouth of the Ebro:

Where is the river Ebro born and where does it flow?

One of the most important characteristics is that its route passes exclusively through Spain. It is born in Cantabria and flows into the Ebro Delta (Tarragona).

Changing environment

It’s the area where every year is different, with different shapes.

The most beautiful and characteristic of this area is the beach of El Garxal, located at the same mouth. It is a mobile beach whose shape changes every year.

What geographical features are formed at the mouth

What to do and how to see the mouth?

Visit the Mirador del Zigurat

Visit the Muntell Gros or De les Verges, the fluvial dune that overlooks the Island of Buda and the lagoon that is in the interior, which is near the Garxal.

Ebro River Cruise

Go by boat to the mouth, where you can enjoy the landscape of the Natural Park of the Ebro Delta, the Illa de Buda, the Illa de Sant Antoni, the Garxal and see the different birds so characteristic of the Ebro Delta.

Visit the Garxal beach

You can go by bicycle or walking to Garxal beach, to stop to see the panels explaining the fauna and flora they have enabled, or gaudir of the views that are seen in the viewpoints along the road that allow you to observe birds.