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Delta del ebro

Sometimes something beautiful takes longer than expected to move us. This is what happened in front of the spectacular Ebro Delta National Park. You have to have your mind and heart open to take in all off its strange and profound beauty.

The rice, the main crop of the delta, covers about 21,000 hectares. The beat of the sow, the growth, the ripening and the harvest, the landscape changes various times a year. It floods until the beginning of May, it will be intensely green in June, yellow in October, and then brown during the winter.

However, there’s something in the landscape that never deviates: narrow canals, square ricefields, humid land, few houses, few people, a few simple towns. And a red sky at sunrise with orange sunsets lined with the sillouhette of thousands of birds looking for food and their nests. The great Ebro dies giving all of itself to the surrounding environment. It says farewell hugging and giving to the earth, leaving its print and large history on the bland mud.

The towns – Amposta, L’Ampolla, Deltebre, La Cava, Sant Jaume d’Enveja, Els Muntells, L’Aldea, Poblé Nou del Delta – are just landmarks/milestones to help not get lost in the suggestive yet silent landscape. It has the charm of close water. It also has, the slow rhythm of the transfters, it’s deaf murmur crossing canals.

It’s an adventure from any of these towns to head off on the trail. Many times the sun and our sense of orientation are the only guides. There aren’t any signs at the intersections, not is there anyone to ask for directions to help find the sea or the river. But, we arrive to a place that surprised us, La Punta del Fangar. It looks like a clothespin of a great crab sticking out of the sand. It hides a closed-in bay on one side and an extensive, isolated beach on the other, Marquesa beach. Walking along its soft dunes, along the shores, with the golden, untouched find sand at your feet is a pure joy.
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The ebro river and its impressive delta

I personally consider it a paradise. I always say that it’s not necessary to go miles and miles to find beauty, as it’s close to home. The Ebro river delta is an incredible, magical place that’s full of life.

Where, the birds enjoy and exceptional climate, but they should live with a very dangerous species: the human being. Each time I come to places like this, it’s like I turn into one of the flamencos, or a small bird that roams the area. I also become an angry person because I can’t understand how people can come to places like this with such beautiful nature and treat it as they please.

I’ve mentioned it in another commentary but it’s a shame how fast the cars drive through places like this – they miss out on the beautiful scenery, but we also know what they can do to the animals.

Aside from that, the delta is one of the most beautiful places in Cataluña and in all of Spain. Enjoy the Paradise that it is, the culture, the area’s gastronomy, the people, those cultivating rice in any direction. It always surprises me how they’ll take advantage of any empty space to plant rice plants.

While you’re visiting this place, you can’t help but feel an incredible sensation of liberty, relaxation, peace and the pleasant breeze of the wind. Once you come here, you’ll find yourself wanted to return. One piece of advice: if you come, don’t forget about the mosquitoes in the area and bring some sort of spray, or they can really put a sour on your visit.
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