The Ebro Delta is home to a unique and singular natural heritage without comparison. It is a site of great biological richness, welcoming an inestimable diversity of plant and animal life. With an area of 320km2, it forms the largest aquatic habitat in Spain and represents a vitally important habitat in the humid zones of the Mediterranean.
Its biological richness contrasts with the strong human influence and with the agricultural transformations worked upon a large part of the area. With the aim of finding a balance between the region’s natural assets and its exploitation by man, the Spanish Government, at the initiative of the region’s inhabitants, created the Ebro Delta Natural Park in 1983. It is internationally recognised by the most prestigious organisations specialised in this domain.
Le delta et les hommes, aujourd’hui
Les milieux deltaïques
Moyens de transport et accès (avec carte)
Espaces naturels d’intérêt
Normes et recommandations