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Via Verde del Baix Ebre

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Via Verde del Baix Ebre

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Aussielins wrote a review Jul 2019
Taree, Australia686 contributions213 helpful votes
This walking and cycling track is popular with locals. In summer, it is best to go early in the morning as the weather gets very hot later in the day. The track passes through an urban area and then passes through old farms with derelict buildings.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Aussielins wrote a review Jul 2019
Taree, Australia686 contributions213 helpful votes
Extending for 50 km from the coast through Tortosa to the mountains in Catalonia, this walking track follows an old railway line. The track is well marked and goes through a variety of scenery. I joined the track at the Antic Pont del Ferrocarril in Tortosa and soon had left the urban area and was walking through old villages and vineyards. The weather can be hot in summer so take water as there are few opportunities to buy on the way.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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RiverEbroHolidays wrote a review Jul 2019
Tortosa, Spain32 contributions4 helpful votes
Hire a bike and ride through the beautiful Catalan countryside. This is a disused railway line with no cars or motor bikes. You can use an electric bike and push bike or just walk.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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DAXKamala wrote a review Oct 2017
Tarragona9 contributions11 helpful votes
Based on an old railway line with an interesting civil war history. Goes from Tortosa all the way up to Horta de St Joan and beyond. I recommend the sections from Xerta to Font Calda and from there up to Horta. We saw a lot of wildlife including wild boar and ibex. There are railway tunnels along the way, most are lit but a torch is handy. Look up Font Calda, a natural hot spring and swimming point. There's a hostel there too.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Jean R wrote a review Sep 2017
Namur, Belgium724 contributions247 helpful votes
I liked this converted railway for a morning run because it is not crowded and there are no cars. The dedicated bridge over the Ebro river is very much helpful.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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