Mario and Sonia from Germany

As you know, every month we highlight one of the experiences in the Descent of the Ebro River. This June it is Mario and Sonia who pass us some photos of their favorite section.

In this case, it was going through the Xerta lock. This step is like a boat lift to overcome the 7 meter height of the weir that would prevent us from continuing our march along the Ebro river. The duration of the operation is about 20 minutes and leaves us only 30 more minutes from the beautiful town de Xerta known for its citrus fruits.

Mario and Sonia took the option of the 4 days with a stop at Miravet and Tortosa as key points, since they wanted to take the opportunity to visit the Templar castle and the Suda castle respectively.

They speak wonders of the section between Móra and Benifallet; of the food in the restaurants that stopped and as a negative point, a bit of wind before reaching Amposta.

Auf Wiedersehen

Leave a comment