Ocean side or bay side?
From the many hundreds of beaches in Catalonia, we’d like to show you one that is truly unique. It’s the wild beach known as El Trabucador, and also called Platja de l’Aluet, and even Platja dels Dos Mars by the locals. What makes it so unique? You’ll find out quickly if you check out a map of the Ebro Delta. This beach makes up a narrow strip that connects the delta to the mainland at Punta de la Banya. It’s 6 km long and around 100 metres wide. On one side there’s the Mediterranean Sea, while the other is bathed by the calm waters of the Bay of Alfacs. It’s also a great place to do some bird watching. You can round off your visit with one of the multitude of walking and cycling trails in the Delta or pay a visit to MónNatura, where you can explore the area’s salt works or traditional fishing methods and learn more about the birds that live in and pass through the park.