Deltebre is located in the heart of the Ebro Delta National Park, a space shared with between the natural environment, the agricultural community and tourists. Collaborate in the preservation of the territory with these simple guidelines:
It is highly recommended visiting one of the Tourist Information Centres before starting your visit in Deltebre in order to get practical information.
It is worth to visit Deltebre by car or bicycle if you do not want to miss any places of interest. This will also allow you to enjoy better the landscapes and the peace of the environment.
You have lots of kilometres ahead, but always respect the signs, routes and restricted areas.
You can take thousands of pictures but only from the authorised places. This way, you will be able to capture unique images at the same time you do not disturb the natural environment.
Let the flora and fauna impact you with its beauty, but remember that in return you must not impact on their habitat. Save the papers, plastics, cans and other items for its place, the rubbish.
Deltebre is in a vast humid zone and consequently mosquitoes are very common, especially in summer and autumn. You will only need a mosquito repellent that you can get in any pharmacy or supermarket.
If you want to birdwatching do not forget your binoculars. The best season for birdwatching is spring and autumn. And the best time is in the mornings and sunsets. Did you know that as more discreet are your clothes, the less you will frighten the birds away and it will be easier for you to see them?
In Deltebre you will find everything you need to go shopping: clothing shops, shoe shops, supermarkets, pharmacies, patisseries, locally grown and handmade products, fishmongers, shellfish shops, etc. You will be in good hands in these shops, which are characterised by a personalised and committed service.
Business hours: shops usually open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., and some of them also open on Sundays and holidays.
Deltebre has a Mediterranean climate. The summer is warm and the winter has a temperate climate and mistral wind, which prepares the sky for the beautiful colours of the sunset. Spring and autumn concentrate the rainfall.
How to move in Deltebre
You can go by car, bicycle, bus or on foot to move around in Deltebre. The Delta has a complete network of secondary roads that will let you move around easily. There is also a complete cycle path through changing landscapes. During summer (July and August), there is a regular bus service that takes you to Riumar.
Telèphone numbers and addresses of interest
To call from abroad enter the prefix: 0034
Health Centre for Medical Attention : +34 977 489 691 / Esportiva, 164. 43580 – Deltebre. 24 hour standby service
Hospital de Tortosa Verge de la Cinta: +34 977 519 100 / Esplanetes, 44-58. 43500 – Tortosa
Hospital Comarcal de Amposta: +34 977 700 050 / C. Jacint Verdaguer, 11. 43870 – Amposta
Local Police: +34 977 487 100 / 609 200 898
Mossos d’Esquadra (Catalan Government Police-Municipal Guards): 088
AENA: +34 902 404 704 / 913 211 000
Deltebre Taxi Drivers Association: +34 608 737 110
José Redó Taxi: +34 629 724 153
Berqu Taxi: +34 617 480 583
Deltebre City Council: +34 977 489 309
Red Cross: +34 977 481 006 / +34 629 120 091
Ebro Delta National Park: +34 977 482 181
Rural Agents: +34 977 706 261
Federation of commerce and tourism (FECOTUR): +34 977 489 744