The recently opened Museum of the Ebro Sea has two permanent exhibitions on its first floor: "The Ebro Sea: from Cape Terme to Sòl-de-riu" and "The Ebro Sea: a Land of Fishermen and Seafarers". They explain the rich biodiversity, the importance and perils of seafaring and the ways of life around the mouth of the Ebro. The ground floor is used for temporary activities.
The museum is in a 19th-century building that once housed the offices and workshops of the Real Compañía de Canalización del Ebro (The Royal Company for the Canalisation of the Ebro) (1857-1858), near the fishing harbour and the entrance to the Ebro Delta.
Wednesday – Sunday: 11 am - 2 pm and 4 pm - 7 pm
Other days: by arrangement only