Plenty of choices!
From Deltebre, in the Ebro Delta, you can access immense and deserted beaches of virgin sand.
Playa de Eucaliptus is an unspoilt beach of almost 6 km which can be reached by car along sandy paths, passing by lagoons where kite-surfing is common.
The 2.7 km long Playa del Migjorn has all kinds of services (bar, barbecue, picnic area, toilet, etc.) and is next to the Isla de Buda, one of the best preserved wetlands in Spain. Apart from by car, it can also 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 waters and shallow waters, a residential area without crowds but full of restaurants, cafés, shops, etc.
La Marquesa beach is the entrance to Punta del Fangar, where you will find the lighthouse, which you can reach on foot, enjoying the dunes and…mirages!
From L’Ampolla to the north there are many interesting coves, sandy and pebbly, with showers and bars or beach bars. The sea here is much clearer and deeper, making it ideal for snorkelling; our favourites are Cala del Moro and Cala de Santa Lucia, near El Perelló.
Further north is one of the most important naturist beaches in Catalonia, El Torn, very close to Hospitalet de l’Infant.