The many faces of Alcanar
Explore the area between the mountains of Montsià and the Mediterranean
48 hours in L'Ampolla
Discover L'Ampolla, where gastronomy, nature and the sea live together in perfect harmony
Nature and culture in Deltebre
An intense experience in Deltebre, in the Ebro Delta, one of the most unique natural wetlands in the world
Escape to Ribera d'Ebre
Explore the Ribera d'Ebre region and discover the legacy of boatmen, potters and farmers
Terra Alta: History and heritage
A tour through the vineyards, cellars and mills of Terra Alta
Festivals, fairs and activities all year round!
One of the most historic restaurants in the town, Casa Ramon has been in the hands of the Fibla Sancho family for sixty years. Located in the town square, the chefs at Casa Ramon are specialists in cooking seafood. The menu is balanced and honest, and is based on dishes like razor clams, mussels, oysters, sea cucumbers, squid, clams and snails – as well as good rice dishes, basically of two types, dry and creamy. Rice and noodle paellas, cooked in the same way, share space on the menu with creamy rice with lobster, lobster and crayfish. Grilled fish also have space on the menu, alongside a classic fish stew.
El Molí de Xim
Located in a unique setting, where the castle has overlooked the river since the time of the Knights Templar, this restaurant serves local dishes with modern touches, respecting traditional cuisine and offering the region’s best wine. Its most successful dishes are pigs trotters, snails and cod. All the dishes, including the desserts, are homemade and have all the flavours of traditional cuisine.
Braseria Can Lluis
Succulent grilled meat at very attractive prices. If you fancy a meal amid the warmth of the embers in a family restaurant, Can Lluís is a good choice. To begin, we recommend an assortment of cold cuts to share, followed by lamb chops, 'baldanes', sausages, steak or pigs trotters, all accompanied by grilled aubergine and chips. And, of course, Terra Alta wine!
This restaurant located in the old town of Tortosa preserves its original essence, combining stone walls and wooden beams with a modern design. It has a terrace overlooking the Cathedral and the facade of the Casa Grego. They serve a selection of very tasty homemade tapas and the outstanding patatas bravas are considered to be the best in town. You’ll find all kinds of dishes here including sandwiches, homemade daily set menus, an elaborate a la carte menu and an extensive wine list. In the afternoon, you can enjoy a variety of teas, coffees and 'porres' with hot chocolate.
Lying at the foot of the mountains of Els Ports Natural Park, Can Barrina is a place where you feel at home. This family-owned restaurant, which was founded in 1974, offers dishes made with top quality products, notably fish and seafood from La Rapita, bought directly from the fishermen’s auction, and a variety of local meat dishes.
Pas de l'Ase
The name of this restaurant comes from a nearby stretch of the River Ebro and refers to the pass between the Picosa and Tormo mountain ranges, which was once used to transport goods from one bank of the river to the other. The traditional Mediterranean-style cuisine here stands out for its rice and grilled meat and fish dishes. Fresh, locally sourced produce, accompanied by a good selection of wines, makes every meal a pleasure, and it’s also very good value for money.
Lo Molí de la Jòrdia
This hotel occupies a house dating from 1850, which has recently been renovated. Inside, a conserved oil mill is one of the great attractions of the house, which also has a bakery which is currently being restored. Here you’ll find an original ceramic floor, wooden decks and a stone facade. There’s also a garden area with a swimming pool and a farm which is home to a number of different animals.
Surrounded by nature and lying at the foot of the Serra de Les Capçades range, this three star boutique hotel offers 13 personalized and spacious rooms with a terrace, some of which even have a private garden. In addition, all guests have access to the indoor heated swimming pool and mountain views. The restaurant is also sublime, with fresh, natural, local dishes to savor like a gazpacho of strawberries, tuna tartare with pomegranate and fresh grilled foie gras with a variety of lettuces.
La Casa dels Abeuradors
Located in the heart of the old town of Gandesa, Casa dels Abeuradors has a loft, three apartments and a duplex designed for lovers of rural tourism, history, culture and good wine. This is a special place to stay, where couples, families and small groups can enjoy comfort, serenity and relaxation in the capital of Terra Alta.
Vilar Riu de Baix
Set in the extraordinary natural surroundings of Meandre de Flix, here you have three different options for spending the night: Hotel Rural Vilar Riu de Baix, with four-star amenities; the rural lodge, which is ideal for groups travelling with children; and the two farm cottages, with capacity for 8 people, if you prefer to go it alone. In all three cases, this resort is a good choice for those seeking closer contact with nature. You’ll love it!
Càmping Alberg Tivissa
Located at the foot of the Tivissa mountains and surrounded by both natural and historical landmarks, this campsite offers various accommodation options, you can come here with your own tent or caravan, rent a cabin or stay at the inn. In all three cases, you’ll have access to WiFi, a playground, a bar and a restaurant with a summer terrace, TV and video, a paved sports court, and swimming pools for adults and children, making it ideal for families and groups of friends.
This is the first sustainable hotel in Spain, since its hot water, air-conditioning and heated swimming pool are all covered by renewable energy sources. Its 66 comfortable rooms, are well-equipped with facilities and great services. It has indoor, heated swimming pool, and a restaurant, Café del Mar, which offers stunning views of the Gulf of Sant Jordi and the Ebre Delta Natural Park. In short, a classy hotel.