Audioguia Sant Carles de la Ràpita

This audioguia intended as a practical resource tool for all travelers wishing to explore independently and free the natural environment of the Natural Park of Delta del Ebro, Sierra del Montsià and tours of the urban environment of Sant Carles de la Rapita.

Route 1 - Sant Carles de la Ràpita

Welcome to Sant Carles de la Ràpita. This audioguide will take you on a tour of the most interesting and attractive parts of the town. It is designed to be a pleasant, relaxing stroll that will take up a whole morning. The tour begins near the columns of the church in the square known as Plaça Carles III.

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Route 2 – L’Encanyissada

Welcome to Sant Carles de la Ràpita. This audioguide will take you on a bicycle tour around the L’Encanyissada and La Tancada lagoons, just a few kilometres from the urban centre of Sant Carles de la Ràpita. The route takes you mainly over rural tracks. Wear a helmet and ride carefully, particularly if you leave the dirt tracks and ride on secondary roads. Don’t forget to take some binoculars with you so that you can enjoy the many species of birds you will see along the way.

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Route 3 – Els Alfacs Bay

Els Alfacs Bay has one of the largest natural ports in Europe. It is sheltered by La Banya Peninsula, one of the most singular parts of the Ebro Delta Natural Park. Located right opposite the fishing town of Sant Carles de la Ràpita, it is a peaceful spot that is particularly important for its ecological value, although it also has a notable historic and cultural legacy. To get the most out of your trip, we suggest you go in a clockwise direction that will take you round the whole of Els Alfacs Bay.

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Route 4 – The Montsià Mountains

Welcome to Sant Carles de la Ràpita. This audioguide will take you along the signposted trails of the Montsià Mountains that lead to the Roca Foradada or Perforated Rock. Before you begin your hike, make sure you are wearing suitable footwear and have a full canteen of water. If you are walking in the summer, protect yourself with sun lotion. The route is about 7 kilometres long and takes between two and three hours. In addition to following this audioguide, we suggest you use of the hiking maps available for this area.

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