From Deltebre in the Ebro Delta, you can access huge and deserted pristine sandy beaches.
Eucalyptus Beach is a long beach of almost 6 km that you can reach by car over sandy roads, where it is common to practice kite-surfing.
Migjorn Beach, 2.7 km long has all amenities (bar, barbecue, picnic area, toilet, etc.) and is next to the Isla de Buda, one of the best preserved wetlands in Spain. Apart from driving, it also can be reached by canoe or boat from Deltebre. It also has a naturist area.
Near the mouth of the Ebro are the beaches of Riumar with calm and shallow waters, a residential area with no crowds, but full of restaurants, cafes, shops, etc.
The beach of La Marquesa is the entrance to the Punta del Fangar, where the lighthouse is located which can be reached on foot through the dunes and mirages!
From L’Ampolla to the north, there are many interesting coves, sandy and pebbly, with showers and bars or chiringuitos. The sea here is much clearer and deeper, making it ideal for snorkeling; our favorites are Cala del Moro and Cala de Santa Lucía, near El Perello. Further north is one of the naturists most important beaches of Catalonia, El Torn, near Hospitalet de l’Infant.