Tarvitur and Móra la Nova Town Hall offer a series of guided tours of nature linked to the phenomenon of Peach and Cherry Blossom in the Ribera d’Ebre.
“Florwering: Colors of Ribera, Perfume of the Ebro” connects you with the beginning of the annual cycle of nature and offers a unique panoramic view of the Foia de Móra, the mosaic of colors in spring.
A route also linked to the Spaces of the Ebro Battle, the Republican rear defense line on the left bank of the river.
Includes: Peach Blossom Route + Battle of the Ebro Spaces + Tasting Local Products.
PROGRAM: Saturdays 7/14/21/28 – Sundays 8/15/22/29 March (by reservation and always depending on the climatic variations for the flowering period).
The visit to the Railway Museum in Móra la Nova is always guided. It takes place every holiday (except January 1 and 6, September 11, and December 25 and 26) and every weekend. Always in the morning (11.30h) and afternoon (17.00h). In addition, in the case of groups, visits can be arranged any day and time of the week.
Móra la Nova is home to one of the largest railway facilities in Catalonia. Around the railway, between 1890 and the 70’s of the twentieth century, there was a whole auxiliary industry associated with the depot of locomotives in the town, where almost one hundred units were assigned at its highest moment. The museum is recovering the material and immaterial elements of this story that was about to be lost forever and is now the inspiration for several future projects around the current train station.
A 12th-century Templar fortress, built on a hill that controls the entire territory, the Ebro river that passes through its feet and dominates the entire population of Miravet. In good condition, it is one of the great examples of its style in Western Europe. You can visit the walls and different rooms such as stables, cistern, kitchen, refectory, warehouses or the important Romanesque church. It is managed by the Catalan Agency for Cultural Heritage of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
The Sebes Nature Reserve is one of the most important natural areas in the Terres de l’Ebre. Together with the Flix Meander, it covers an area of over 250 hectares of open water areas, wetlands, riparian forests, river islands and “galatxos”. The great diversity of habitats that the Reserve holds makes it an important point for the conservation of biodiversity, both fauna and flora and vegetation. Some of the species present in the Reserve are classified as scarce or very rare in Catalonia, or even as endemic.