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Address: Ebro River at Zaragoza and surroundings, Zaragoza, Spain
Phone Number: +34 654 89 84 00
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9:00 am - 9:00 pm
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Sun - Sat 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours

If you think that there is no way of enjoying a unique landscape in...

If you think that there is no way of enjoying a unique landscape in Europe without simultaneously having to share it with crowds around you, you will be gladly surprised to discover the Ebro River in Aragon (NE Spain). From the Castellar cliffs and castle to the Ribera Baja Goosnecks, a dramatic contrast between the arid “bardena” and the fluvial jungle remains barely known by the public, and therefore offers a great chance for those travelers looking for an intimate experience of Nature and its beautiful scenic views.More than 150 miles of mostly calmed waters give you the opportunity of choosing the branch of the Ebro you want to explore on the kayak, both in a half day trip or in a longer journey up to 1 week long. We will always try to share our knowledge and love to this river, the biggest in Spain regarding its average flow, but more importantly an extremely rich environment both regarding its ecological values and its historical heritage.We are happy to practice our English, Français, Italiano and of course Spanish while sharing the wonders hidden in the Ebro, from the amazing bird watching to the breathtaking sunset’s reflections on its waters, as well as all the unique panoramic views only enjoyable from inside the river. Guiding a trip means for us both guaranteeing your security as well as making sure you get the most of the fluvial experience, so we will try to help you understanding the landscape… and even listening to its whispers!-)Feeling tempted? Then you might be interested in Ryan Air flights to Zaragoza from Germany, UK, Italy… and the availability of the rural lodgings in the surroundings of our base in Cabañas de Ebro, at the heart of a pintoresque rural county just 30 minutes away from Zaragoza city. We give a comprehensive service if desired, so we would receive you at Zaragoza’s Airport and bring you to a genuine experience of the river, its surroundings and its people. If you are lodged in Zaragoza, you might be interested in cruising down its monumental city center: paddling along “The Bridges of Zaragoza” will allow you to enjoy unique sights of its monuments as you have great fun splashing and bathing in the river!

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Nice experience, super relaxing, cool guide, just perfect on a sunny day if you want to enjoy the city from another angle.

5 of 5 starsReviewed October 2, 2015
Dion K
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1 review
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 2, 2015

Nice experience, super relaxing, cool guide, just perfect on a sunny day if you want to enjoy the city from another angle.

Thank Dion K
St. Andrews, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 14, 2015

Cracking canoe trip along the Ebro River. Wonderful way to visit the surroundings of the unknown but surprising Zaragoza. The members of the staff are very nice, helpful and professional. They not only make you feel comfortable on the canoe but also explain all sorts of things about the landscape, animals, river dynamics, etc. Very complete visit to learn and... More 

1 Thank Martanv
Dublin, Ireland
2 reviews
5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 15, 2015

Hello! My name is Eva. I´m Spanish but I live in Ireland (10 years now), that´s why I decided to write this opinion in english, so people who does not speak spanish can have access to this wonderful experience if they happen to visit Zaragoza. I went there to visit one of my best friends and she knew this organisation.... More 

Thank Eva F
ebroNESTOR, Propietario at ebroNAUTAS, responded to this review

Hi Eva! T hank you very much for your comments about the full moon activity, I am looking forward to your return to any of our kayaking descents (day ones are great for enjoying a swim and therefore really "cool", to;-). About our English, I will take the oportunity to say that some of us have had the choice of... More 

Sandnes, Norway
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 30, 2015

We were here with a training course, taking place in Zaragoza. We spent an evening at the river and it was really lovely. The "guides" told us a lot about the river and the wish for the people of Zaragoza to take it back as a meeting point and a place for relaxing. I enjoyed the trip down a lot!... More 

1 Thank MariPrM
ebroNESTOR, Gerente at ebroNAUTAS, responded to this review

Hi MariPrM! Thanks for your contribution. I am glad that you enjoyed the trip, I think it has a lot to do with the subject of the training course about urban natural environment: The Ebro keeps being a river when crossing Zaragoza, and that means both huge recreational possibilities and surprising ecological values at the heart of the city. I... More 

Newcastle upon Tyne
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6 reviews
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 27, 2015

Zaragoza is a great city to visit, it has so much to offer. However, if you want to also escape city life and enjoy nature I suggest that you look no further than a cool relaxing voyage down the river Ebro in a kayak. I was very impressed with the very well informed trip. The guide, Nestor, has a real... More 

Thank wonderingstar0
ebroNESTOR, Gerente at ebroNAUTAS, responded to this review

Thanks for your opinion WonderingStar:-) I have enjoyed a lot your description of the activity, makes me think that the Spanish word for "to remember" is "recordar", from latin cor-cordis (=heart): "To feel again in your heart". See you soon!-) More 

Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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4 reviews
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 12, 2015

Had great fun kayaking down the Ebro. We learnt a lot about Zaragoza and the river. Great place to be in the hot summer sun. The recommendation of visiting the Forum was spot on!

Thank aberlass19
ebroNESTOR, Gerente at ebroNAUTAS, responded to this review

Hi Aberlass19, It was a pleasure to share the Ebro with you N. and D. I hope you may come a couple more times so my English reaches a better level regarding bird watching: Swift, swallow, sand martin, house martin... will be remembered!-) And "Black-crowned night heron" is the name of the one was talking about when we were passing... More 

Valencia, Spain
2 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 25, 2015

We went for a trip which took about 4-5 hours and it was really cool. Spending time in a kayak sailing the river so far from civilization was really amazing experience and we came back to the city "recharged" and full of goodfeeling. Guys from ebroNAUTAS are really nice and patient and they explained us all kind of curiosities that... More 

1 Thank Topo K
ebroNESTOR, Gerente at ebroNAUTAS, responded to this review

¡Thanks very much for your sharing your opinion, Topo! We also had a great time with you... and keep learning from all the knowledges you sailors contribute:-) More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 24, 2014

I Went there with a bunch of friends and we all had so much fun. Great way to do sport while watching Zaragoza from the river. Furthermore, the organizers were extremely helpful and really nice. Definitely recommended!

2 Thank Alessandra B
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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8 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 4, 2014

Enjoyed a family trip down Ebro, Javier very knowledgeable on history, economy, wildlife and the river. Suitable for all!

2 Thank mountainperson

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