Follow the calm of the Delta, one of the most important aquatic habitats of the Mediterranean
This is probably the most changing route of all the recommended ones. And it is because the Ebro Delta is a unique site, yes, for its landscapes and much changing colors, depending on the season of the year in which you are. While brown predominates in winter, blue is the color of April and May, green is synonymous with summer and autumn is yellow. The Delta are lagoons, rice fields, beaches, it is the home of lots of birds and the land of good rice. You should pedal along this area!
Like the entire Delta area, this is a very flat route. The unevenness meters are made of descent at the beginning and rise at the end. Therefore, despite being a 110km, itinerary, it is not a complicated route. This starts at La Sénia, but you can start at another point, since it is circular. The itinerary continues through Ulldecona and, in Alcanar, it reaches sea level. Bordering the Mediterranean, you come across Sant Carles de la Ràpita and from there you continue towards Poble Nou del Delta. The route continues along Trabucador beach (a stop is recommended) and through the urbanization of the Eucaliptus. Then it's the turn of Sant Jaume d'Enveja and, on the way to Deltebre, you cross the Ebro through the Lo Passador bridge. You cross the river again by Pont Penjant de Amposta and, from the capital of Montsià, you advance through Masdenverge, Santa Bàrbara and La Galera until you return to the starting point
*Recommanation: there are few shades and it is an area where summer temperatures are high, so it is best to avoid doing it during the months of July and August.