The DELTA DE L’EBRE NATURAL PARK (declared a BIOSPHERE RESERVE by UNESCO) is one of the most important biological ecosystems (HABITATS) in the western Mediterranean. The climate in the Ebro Delta is typical of the Mediterranean, with moderate temperatures (average temperature of 17 °C) and high humidity. Summer is dry, while spring and autumn are the seasons with the highest rainfall. The dunes are a characteristic element of its sandy beaches, where the most extensive dune landscape in Catalonia has been created. The Delta de l’Ebre is also full of freshwater or brackish lagoons, which are surrounded by a very characteristic belt of vegetation, mainly composed of reed beds and reed beds. These freshwater lagoons are mainly due to the contribution of water from the rice fields. The lands of this delta have a notable degree of salinity, ranging from salty soils to fertile land that is considerably suitable for cultivation, and this generates a variety of vegetation of great interest. As a result, the vegetation in these areas is of particular interest. The Ebro delta wetland is of international importance for hundreds of species of vertebrate fauna, the majority of which are birds. Ninety-five species nest here and many other species winter, rest and feed during their migrations. There are several bird-watching stations for the enjoyment of visitors, especially flamingos. The rice fields in the Ebro Delta are undoubtedly the most typical landscape and the emblem of the delta, giving it colour and aroma throughout the year. They are the perfect setting for spectacular photos and birdwatching.