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There are several hides and places to birdwatch along the coast or interior around the lakes and rivers. You will need a car and binns. During our visit at the end of March we I.D 36 different species of birds incl. Black Ibiz, Grey and...More
On a sunny day in February this was a beautiful area to visit. Flamingos, rice, fishing and any amount of bird life. We saw Marsh Harriers, so take your binoculars. Small town with a few restaurants so you can have a full day out. Lots...More
A great place for bird enthusiasts, though rather sparse at the moment (September). Loads of herons (grey & purple) egrets, a huge flock of glossy ibis and the first few flamingos of the season. The eco museum is an interesting place to spend an hour...More
We went birdwatching in this extraordinary delta , which was great but the delta is such an interesting place we would recommend visiting it even if you don't own binoculars. Flat as a pancake, paddy fields, irrigation channels and canals criss crossing them , with...More
We came here and spent a lovely Sunday morning driving around in a convertible among the rice fields, lakes and beaches. It's lovely. A huge area with lovely sandy beaches, masses of bird life including pink flamingos and lots to see in terms of the...More
Loved it last time as.out.of season it's unlimited parking/ wild camping for motorhomes. There us a dump point & water at a Camper stop near Lidl outside Deltebre.
Wildlife is spotty depending on time of year but as we drove in we saw a Marsh...More
We live about 1 1/2 hours from the delta and have gone twice now. If you're looking for beaches, forget it. While there are miles of them, there are much better beach destinations in Spain. If, however, you're looking for birds, well, aside from the...More
We visited as the rice harvest was starting which gave us a unique insight into how the bird life and farmers have forged a life together! Funny to watch the egrets dodging the blades of the combines to get closer to the retreating fog population!...More
I attended the bird fair in this catalan region, and with the different species i got to see in just one ecosyatem i am sure this was the reason Top Birders Like Del hoyo, Abel Julien, Dick Forsman, Hadoram Shirihai plus providers of top optics...More
Spent 2 weeks in delta of Ebro this July. What a wonderful peaceful place. Great food, empty beaches , good wind (went kitesurfing on both Riumar beach and in Trabucador area). Visited "Musculariuim" on muscle and oyster farm nearby Sant Carles de la Rapita -...More