Special Delta

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49.50 €29.50 €
Special Delta

One of the most typical views of Ebro Delta.
Over Illa visit the sea, where we stop to explain the culture of rice (sowing, harvesting, ...), then we will go to the beach of the Marquise, to see the contrast of the Mediterranean Sea with the rice fields. We will stop to discover La Barraca Typical Deltaic (typical construction of the Delta, used as housing for older people). We will continue to Deltebre, the largest population in the Delta, where we explain the system of irrigated rice fields. During this excursion we will make stops to inform the flora and fauna of the third largest Natural Park of the Mediterranean.
At about 11:00 approx. We will go to the pier, where we wait for one of the Swallows (boat) oldest river Ebro, to show one of the most beautiful journeys, the union of the river Ebro to the Mediterranean Sea.
This journey will allow us to know part of history, vegetation and usefulness of the largest river in Spain.
After the ride we will have a snack of mussels and vermouth rapitenc (typical local drink)
Return to origin.


Includes: Tour guide, tours and explanations, tickets and tickets for the boat, appetizer of mussels and vermouth, insurance, and VAT.
RECOMMENDED: sunscreen, sports shoes, camera and binoculars.
COMMENTS: The organization shall make available to customers soda type drinks as an option.

Does not include transport: each person's private vehicle will be used and we will follow the guide's car. During the stops for explanations, the use of a mask will be essential.

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COVID-19 Alert

Given the current situation, the excursions will be carried out with your private vehicle whenever possible, following the guide's vehicle. During the stops to make explanations it will be essential to use masks and keep a safe distance.
The organization will make available to its customers, hydroalcoholic gel and masks if they do not have their own.
Due to restrictions and mobility, activities may be canceled.


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