Deltebre is a municipality in the comarca of Baix Ebre. It is the largest municipality in the Ebro delta is formed by the aggregation of populations of Jesus and Mary and La Cava, which is separated from the town of Tortosa on May 20, 1977.
Within the limits of the municipality there are three natural areas: the tip of the Fang-with the port and beach-homonyms, Old Canal Lagoon and Garxal.
Deltebre is the closest point to the mouth of the Ebro, where you can cross the river through the bridge that connects this village with Sant Jaume d'Enveja.
Deltebre is twinned with the town of Reinosa (Cantabria), a village located two miles from where the river Ebro, Fontibre.
Deltebre is a large town and plan. For this reason it is customary for people of all ages use bicycles as transportation. In the early twentieth century, was used as the line between Tortosa and the Cava and Jesus and Mary I Carrilet of Cava.
Deltebre has two local publications. The first is called "Desaig眉e" and is a local magazine aimed at the entire population. Among its pages are news related to the people, a cultural agenda, the Plenum and the Boards of Governors, etc.. Deltebre The second publication is called "And why?". This is aimed at young audiences, with reep脿s of activities for boys and girls of the population. The two magazines are edited from the area of culture and the Youth Information Point Deltebre.
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