The Battle of the Ebro Sites Memorial Consortium (COMEBE) was set up in April 2001 with the aim of establishing a network of historic sites to recover the memory and raise awareness of the events and places involved in the Battle of the Ebro, which took place between July and November 1938. The project combines interpretation centres and historic sites that have been made easier to visit and understand.
The 115 Days Interpretation Centre opened in July 2008 and since then has become the focal point for the heritage sites known collectively as the Battle of the Ebro Sites. Here visitors can learn about the causes and consequences of the hardest-fought and bloodiest battle of the Spanish Civil War. The events of the battle and its main protagonists are explained through original objects, audiovisuals and virtual recreations of the confrontation.
General admission: 4.00 €
Reduced admission: 2.00 €
All year: Tuesday – Saturday: 11 am - 12 pm; 4 pm - 7 pm; Sundays: 11 am - 2 pm
Closed: 1 January; 6 January; 24 June; 11 September; 25 and 26 December.