Ulldecona is located in the region of Montsià, on the southern edge of Catalunya, separated by the river Sènia Baix Maestrat (Valencia).
It has a privileged location between sea and mountains. Enjoy a typical Mediterranean climate, with mild temperatures all year round.

It has a rich cultural and historical heritage. Of great interest are the visits and excursions to:

– Rock Paintings of the Serra de Godall declared Unesco World Heritage in 1998, making up one of the most important collections of the Iberian Peninsula Levantine rock art. (Centre d ‘interpretació d’Art Rupestre Abrics del’Ermita)
– Olive trees (Museu de les Oliveres Mil.lenaries Natural de l ‘Arión). It has one of the highest concentrations of olive trees around the Mediterranean with more than 1,500 copies that exceed 1,000 years old.

– The Castell d’Ulldecona (with dominion over the Via Augusta).
– Parochial Església Gothic.
– The PASIO (representations in spring).
– Festivities (last week of August).
– Food rich and varied.

Within walking distance is:

– Delta del Ebro
– Peñiscola. Natural Park Serra d’Irta.
– Tortosa. Els Ports de Besseit.
– Morella. The Maestrat.
– Swamp Ulldecona. Tineça of Benifassà Natural Park.
– Les Cases d’Alcanar, Sant Carles de la Rapita, Vinaros, Benicarlo.
– Golf Panoramic Sant Jordi.

More information in:
– Hiking Gr-39 and BBT. montsià

Información e imagenes cedidas por el ayuntamiento de Ulldecona