Sustainable Tourism

In May 2013 the Terres de l’Ebre were declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, thanks to its landscape richness, the representativeness of its Mediterranean ecosystems and its model of biodiversity conservation. This land has the characteristics of sustainable tourism.

The Biosphere Reserves are territories that have the objective of harmonizing the conservation of biological and cultural diversity and economic and social development, through the relationship of people with nature.

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The Delta del Ebro Natural Park is part of the European charter of Sustainable tourism (CETS) in protected natural areas, an initiative of the EUROPARC Federation whose overall objective is to promote the development of sustainable tourism in Europe’s protected natural areas.

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