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.
Plaza Corona D'Aragó E - 43500 Tortosa
Prix Prices from : 55 €
This hotel is conveniently located in the modern area of Tortosa, with excellent connections it is very close to the commercial and cultural centre of this beautiful city. Offering all of the necessary services for a comfortable stay, this smart a..
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...
Castillo de la Zud, s/n E - 43500 Tortosa
Prix Prices from : 95 €
Enjoy a historic setting and magnificent views from this 10th-century castle, carefully restored as a luxury hotel but still retaining much of its original charm. The Parador de Tortosa’s setting in the Beceite Mountains allow to look out over the g..