The Delta del Ebro Natural Park is located on the southern limit of Catalonia, in the province of Tarragona. It was declared a National Park in 1983 and currently has more than 7,000 hectares that form the Biosphere Reserve of the Ebro Lands. It is undoubtedly one of the most special, magical and spectacular places of the Catalan geography because of its wild and kilometric beaches, its extensive rice fields that change color with each season of the year, its charming villages, such as PobleNou del Delta, ElsMuntells, Deltebre or Sant Jaume d'Enveja, among others. And above all, for its great biodiversity and its wide terrestrial and marine fauna. The Delta del Ebro is the most important wetland in Spain, after Doñana Park. Declared a Natural Park, it is one of the most extensive wetlands in Mediterranean Europe, a frame of incomparable nature, unique and singular. A landscape of great biological wealth that brings together a diversity of flora and fauna, of inestimable value. * Lunch in typical restaurant in the area, where we will taste the following. Menu: Salad, fried "Pescadito", Mussels "a la marinera", Paella marinera, Dessert ,Water, wine and coffee.