In our territory, there are a variety of wonderful landscapes and ecosystems, mainly as a result of the convergence of the Ebro River and the Tortosa-Beseit Ports massifs.
The Ebro River in Catalonia allows you to enjoy lush unspoiled nature and is a real fisherman’s paradise. Due to their magnificent biological diversity the river islands and some other specific areas have been declared as PEIN (Natural Heritage) areas in order to ensure their preservation.
The Tortosa-Beseit Ports cover more than eight hundred square kilometres of a fascinating natural area and are one of the best places in the Iberian Peninsula and Europe to observe a fairly large number of species of rock dwelling birds and birds of prey along with a unique impressive landscape. The Spanish goat should be pointed out as one of the local animals of this land and an unquestionable symbol of the massifs. From the summit of Caro you can see the eastern slope of Els Ports massif, the entire Ebro valley, Pàndols, Cardó and Cavalls mountain ranges as well as the coast and the triangular shape of the delta plain. At the far southern end you can see the Montsià mountain range.