BEACHES AND NATURE
Located in front of the sea, next to the beach of l’Almadraba i el Codolar, with crystal clear waters, in a quiet place and surrounded by nature
The proximity of the mountain to the Mediterranean Sea also offers unique landscapes in the environment and offers the visitor a wide range to choose between relaxation and physical activity, between the sea and the mountains. The fusion of sea and mountains make this territory a unique destination for all kinds of sports activities. On the beaches you can play various sports in the sand and water activities.
L’Hospitalet de l’Infant beaches: https://www.hospitalet-valldellors.cat/que-fer/viu-el-mar/
L’Ametlla de mar beaches: https://www.ametllamar.cat/turisme/ca/turisme/platges-i-cales
Map of the Ametlla coves: https://www.ametllamar.cat/turisme/Resources/Temp/cales-2019.pdf
The Ebro Delta is the second most important aquatic habitat in Spain. Splendid place with endless possibilities in terms of activities, excursions on foot, bicycle or by boat.
Going up the river Ebro, you will find the Els Ports Natural Park, a steep and rugged massif with a great botanical and animal wealth.
We recommend the rides on wheels through the Ebro Delta, crossing the expanses of rice fields, or the Vía Verde, a path that crosses the territory from Terra Alta to the mouth of the Ebro river.
Hiking, routes and trekking. Our region has a well-structured and signposted route network throughout the territory. The GR 92 passes through the campsite, which runs from north to south along the Mediterranean coast.
The municipality has two via ferratas. The via ferrata of the Sierras de Mestral of low difficulty and of about 5 hours of duration and the via ferrata of the Water in Coll of medium-high level and that has an approximate duration of 3.5 hours.
Lovers of mountain biking have at their disposal eight itineraries that pass through all the towns of the municipality, with various degrees of difficulty (easy, medium and high). They are aimed at all audiences, so they allow you to do everything from family outings to expert level outings. Because everyone knows these itineraries, there are fold-out brochures that contain a map of the routes, a brief description with a photograph of each of them and recommendations for cyclists. On the other hand, along the various routes and in front of the information points there are panels with QR codes, in this way users can download all the information directly to their smartphone.