The town of Corbera d'Ebre is on the left the river Sec, between the mountain ranges of Cavalls, la Torre, and La Fatarella. The origin of the village is at the fortified village of Corbera
, a fortification of Iberian origin. During the tragic days of the Battle of the Ebro, the village was seriously affected to the point it was totally destroyed and had to be rebuilt one nearby
. From Corbera d’Ebre you can contemplate the beautiful landscape of the steep mountains of the Cavalls and Pàndols .
Walking around the town
At the top of the village we can see what used to be the village of Corbera, in ruins, as mentioned, because of the Battle of the Ebro. It is chaired by the Parish Church of Sant Pere. These remains of the old village are known as La Montera, silent testimony of mentioned battle. Another highlight is the Alphabet of Freedom, an open-air exhibition with 28 letters located in different parts of the town, as witnesses of the art world’s commitment to peace
The town has the Interpretation Center 115 days related to the Battle of the Ebre sites..
- Santa Madrona. It is celebrated on the third Sunday in March, with the traditional pilgrimage and traditional chocolate event
- Sant Marc. It is celebrated on Sunday following 25 th April. It is cooked a paella at Santa Madrona hermitage.
- Sant Pere and Sant Pau. It is usually celebrated on Saturday or Sunday after 29 th June.
- Sant Cristòfol. On Saturday, the day after 6 th July is celebrated this festival with the traditional blessing of vehicles.
- From 15 th to 19 th August Local festivals are celebrated, with a large number of cultural and recreational activities for people of all ages.
- Grape-picking festival. It is celebrated the last weekend of October.
Town council Web: http://www.corbera.altanet.org