Out and About in Ebro

It is not our intention here to list every single place to go or thing there is to see! Each apartment has an extensive tourist information folder. But here are a few ideas to give you a taste of what is in store...

Tarragona

Tarragona

A World Heritage Site on account of its numerous Roman remains such as a Roman aqueduct, amphitheatre and circus. Tarragona is the capital of our Province and also has many fashionable shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as a historic Gothic Quarter. Tarragona Tourist Info

Reus

Reus

A compact shopping centre interspersed with modernist architecture. Birthplace of Antoni Gaudi. New Gaudi Museum with multimedia displays.

Renaissance Festival Tortosa

Renaissance Festival Tortosa

A historic city. Gothic cathedral. Castle de la Suda. Annual 4 day renaissance festival (end of July) Tortosa Festival Info

Barcelona

Barcelona

2 hr trip by car or train to this vibrant city. Works by Gaudi, famous Sagrada Familia, excellent shopping and tourist attractions.

Villages

Villages

Numerous picturesque villages to explore where it seems that time has stood still. Many continue their traditional handicrafts. Pottery in Miravet, palm weaving in Rasquera, basket making in Mora.

Wine and Olive Oil

Wine and Olive Oil

The Priorat area is renowned for its award winning olive oil and internationally acclaimed wines. Tours can be arranged. Wine Fair in Falset early May.
www.visitpriorat.com

Castles and Monasteries

Castles and Monasteries

Several castles and Monasteries. The castle at Miravet has a strategic position above the river and was a stronghold of the Knights Templar. The monastery at Escaladei is situated in beautiful surroundings and parts of it have been restored to recreate the lives of the monks who lived there.

The Coast

The Coast

Most coastal towns here have low-key tourism and quiet beaches. But if you are really missing a burger and some hustle and bustle you can visit Salou or Cambrils a little further up the coast.