Following the coast from Cambrils to the south, we come to one of the most important natural parks of the peninsula, the Delta de l'Ebre. This is the mouth of the second longest river on the Mediterranean, after the Nile. It is famous for having a unique ecosystem in which they live many species of birds, and also for its extensive rice fields.
Inland, we come to the wine region of Priorat. Next to the Rioja, the only area of Spain that has the highest recognition in winemaking: Denominació d'Origen Qualificada (DOQ). The Priorat is a mountainous area recognisable by its terraced vineyards, full of natural places to discover.