Things to see and do - Tortosa
Unmissable tourist sites
Tortosa Travel guide
Tortosa : Michelin's recommendations
Tortosa is a peaceful agricultural town on either side of the Ebro, a vital river for its population over the centuries. The Suda, an ancient Moorish castle that is now a parador, stands at the highest point of the town, where the Roman acropolis probably stood, and commands a superb view of the town and its surroundings. Tortosa is known for its pastries, in particular pastissets and arrofetes del Papa.
Tourist attractions Tortosa : Things to see and do
Costa dels Capellans E - 43500 Tortosa
This 14-17C building dedicated to the Virgin stands below the Suda castle. Its 18C Baroque façade is particularly ornate. The interior contains a large retable of the Virgin, a polyptych in polychrome wood (1351); the 15C retable of the Transfigurati..
Cruera E - 43500 Tortosa
A magnificent 13-14C Gothic building. Aside from the fine reception room, note the Gothic chapel, a small masterpiece with a portal decorated with fine multicoloured sculptures.
Sant Domènec 12 E - 43500 Tortosa
Emperor Charles V created this fine Renaissance building in 1564 that houses the educational establishments of Sant Lluís, Sant Jordi, Sant Domènec and the historical archives.
Carretera d'alfara, km 7 E - 43527 Tortosa
The Hotel Rural Panxampla is a converted 18th-century olive mill. It is 10 km from Tortosa next to Dels Ports Nature Reserve. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking. All of the air-conditioned Panxampla rooms have mountain views and hydromassage bath...
Conde de Bañuelos, 11 E - 43500 Tortosa
Despuig 36 E - 43500 Tortosa
Prix Prices from : 59 €
This modern hotel with free Wi-Fi is set in the heart of Tortosa, just 5 minutes from the stunning old quarter. Wake up to a diverse, tasty buffet breakfast, before heading out to explore this charming, ancient city, set on the banks of the Ebro Riv..