The Tortosa-Amposta canoeing route begins when the Ebro takes leave of Mont Caro, the Guaita de los Puertos, an omnipresent testimony of the passage of peoples and cultures. Since Túbal, clean of Noah, kneeled at his feet to ask for protection in his ascent by the indomitable river basin of a river that would later give the name to a large peninsula.
As a great undecided snake, with silver scales, drawing the last eddies of life between Campredó and the Galera plan, look for the company of someone important, like Montsià, to not feel alone when the trip ends .
It is believed that Carrova comes from the set consisting of two boats moored to a conductive rope. It is also believed that these moorings were defended by towers.
This rope was arranged so that river boats could go under it. These steps coincided with the public thoroughfare and are of notorious antiquity.