El trabucador a wild beach in the ebro delta

Have you had the chance to visit the Ebro Delta Natural Park? Well, it’s a place we highly recommend. Located in the province of Tarragona, this is the largest wetland area in Catalonia and one of the most important aquatic habitats in the Mediterranean.

Of the many corners of the park that are worth discovering, today we would like to highlight the beach of El Trabucador, which is in Sant Carles de la Ràpita. Would you like to discover it? Well, all you have to do is come with us!

A place full of tranquillity

What we like most about El Trabucador beach is that it is a wild place, where human intervention has been minimal. Therefore, those who visit this corner of the province of Tarragona will be able to enjoy a beautiful natural space full of tranquillity.


You won’t find any services

In reality, this beach is a 6.5-kilometre-long appendix that juts out into the sea as far as Punta de la Banya. As we have just mentioned, it is a wild sandy area, so you will not find any services. Instead of facilities, this corner offers an immense expanse of fine golden sand of great beauty.

Ideal for naturists and bird lovers

It is important to bear in mind that this is a place of pilgrimage for numerous species of aquatic birds. So if you are fond of bird watching and photography, this is the perfect place for you. As for its waters, they are calm, although during the summer and winter you have to be careful with the rising tides. You should also know that it is a place frequented by naturists.

Here we leave you with our gallery, where you will find more images of the beach of El Trabucador. Don’t miss it!

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