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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 offer a comprehensive service for groups, 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 maybe even swimming in the river!
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The Ebro River is considered to offer some of the Iberian Peninsula’s most impressive countryside scenery, but the only way to fully appreciate the views is from the water. On this tour, paddle along the Ebro River by kayak with your guide and admire uninterrupted views along the pretty banks. Along the way, gain insight into the river’s role in Zaragoza’s history, and spot native birds in their natural habitat.
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arnedodiego wrote a review Sep 2020
Zaragoza, Spain6 contributions
Don't miss it! Staff is very professional and the activity is real fun. Great new perspective from the river "inside". I've done it several times.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Organs A wrote a review Aug 2020
Leicester, United Kingdom83 contributions35 helpful votes
We joined a group of Spanish tourists for 3.5 journey along the Ebro river with our two children aged 11 and 17 years. We all had a great time and we’re entertained for the whole trip which included a short stop for a snack and a dip in the river for those brave enough! Our guide Nestor was great and we felt safe - the kayaking was not too arduous and even in + 35 oC heat we felt cool with the breeze in the river. Use google maps to find location as other map app takes you to the nearby village instead. Definitely recommend for families and adults.
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NMlovefood wrote a review Jul 2020
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We had a great time :) The trip down the river was really nice and we got to eat a snack half way too
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jonas V wrote a review Jul 2020
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It was a nice trip! Unluckelly for us, the location is in the middle of nowhere. When you don't have a car you must take a taxi. (25' drive from Zgz). The activity was fun and you don't have to be in good condition for this. The guide speaks English and was good! Had a great time
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Christoph Wilkens wrote a review Dec 2019
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We went there with a school exchange group. An Armada of about 18 Kayaks. It was a wonderful, amazing experience!!! Los Ebronautas are great, everything was managed excellently and they are super friendly and really take care of everything. Approach the city on the river gives you a different, very special perspective. And the nature is wonderful. The Ebronautas really love what they do, you can't resist them. Go for it! You should not miss it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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