The cuisine of Deltebre is one of our main attractions and one of the things that you will love doing in the Ebro Delta. Be inspired by the local cuisine, which will awake all your senses thanks to the fusion between the most traditional and modern recipes.
Eyesight, smell and taste will burst with pleasure when you taste our high-quality and delicious local products paired with local wines.
Our chefs are waiting for you in their restaurants to cook delightful recipes full of flavour and contrasts. More information.
Rice is one of our top products but not the only one. Deltebre has a wide variety of high-quality fresh local products. In fact, local cuisine is enhanced throughout the year with various gastronomy events, such as Mescla, which is Terres de l’Ebre cooking, landscape and tourism festival.
Mescla: Terres de l’Ebre cooking, landscape and tourism festival is an event organised as part of DeltaFira. This event offers a wide-ranging programme of activities about Terres de l’Ebre cuisine and landscapes. At Mescla you will find the ingredients, landscapes and tourist attractions in the southern regions of Catalonia: Montsià, Baix Ebre, Ribera d’Ebre and Terra Alta. More information.
Throughout the year, Fecotur, the federation of commerce and tourism, organises various gastronomic workshops where you can taste the local products in our restaurants thanks to a wide variety of menus and tapas. In addition, in some of these events raffles are hold. Some of these events are:
- Eel gastronomic days (April)
- Mussel gastronomic day (July)
- Rice gastronomic days (September)
- Duck gastronomic days (November)
You can taste one of our most important products, the seafood. You can either sit at a table in a restaurant where our chefs will cook for you multiple and delicious seafood recipes. Or you can go offshore to taste seafood in the mussel beds. Relax your senses with a bout outgoing to the Fangar’s Bay on the way to the mussel beds, where you can savour shellfish where it is bred. Mussels, oysters and prawns of the Ebro Delta, from sea to plate. More information.
After seeing the rice fields, aren’t you curious about this product? At the Rice Museum Molí de Rafelet you will visit the only museum with a functional wooden mill in the Ebro Delta. You will get into the traditional rice process in the Ebro Delta. Molí de Rafelet produces organic rice certified by the Catalan Council for Organic Agricultural production (CCPAE). More information.