A route between nature, adapted for families, following the old railway line from the Val de Zafán

Greenway

This section by the old railway line of the Val de Zafán, connect the station of Arnes-Lledó with Pinell de Brai. In total 23 km of adapted rail to go by bike. This route is very flat, adapted for children and families, especially if we descend. The route crosses several tunnels - it is recommended wear a front light- and some aqueducts surrounded by lush vegetation. We skirt also heritage, like the medieval convent of Sant Salvador in Horta de Sant Joan. After Bot, there is a valley where the river Canaletes crosses, a tributary of the Ebro by the right, between steep rock walls. After the old station of Prat de Comte, there is the Sanctuary of Fontcalda where the river flows through gorges of vertical rocks, with moderate water and natural pools to swim. The section of the Terra Alta Greenway ends in station of Pinell de Brai. In this town we can visit the modernist Cooperative Winery by the architect Cèsar Martinell, a disciple of Gaudí.

Bike touring

Familiar: Greenway

Familiar: Greenway

Mountain bike tours: "Gran Volta" a la Terra Alta

Mountain bike tours: "Gran Volta" a la Terra Alta

A circuit with several levels of difficulty and variety of landscapes to explore the region.

Mountain bike tours: Pedaling between vineyards

Mountain bike tours: Pedaling between vineyards

The millenary tradition·of wine is noted in the beauty of the crops and landscapes of Terra Alta.

Mountain bike tours: Ways of pilgrimages to hermitages

Mountain bike tours: Ways of pilgrimages to hermitages

Route by a territory with many chapels, to enjoy the heritage among plains and wild ravines.

Mountain bike tours: For sites of the Battle of the Ebro

Mountain bike tours: By sites of the Battle of the Ebro

A tour of the areas where there were some of the most violent episodes of the Civil War

Mountain bike tours: Terra Alta extreme

Mountain bike tours: Terra Alta extreme

Lap village to village in Terra Alta through more technical and demanding paths.

Road routes: The oil route

Road routes: The oil route

A route that borders along olive tree lands and it can know the farming tradition of the region.

Road routes: Terra Alta Classic 1

Road routes: Terra Alta Classic 1

A route of contrasts between the north and south of the Terra Alta.

Road routes: Terra Alta Classic 2

Road routes: Terra Alta Classic 2

To discover the landscape and history of ten towns of the region.

Adherent establishments

You find:

  • Safe bicycle storage
  • Space to wash bikes
  • Basic repair equipment and / or repair service management
  • First aid kit
  • Picnic service and/or management
  • Information about the region and its tours
  • Luggage move management

The Greenway

The tour step by step

The tour step by step

It is a tourist, cultural and sports proposal that follows part of the route of the old railway, that linked Tortosa and la Puebla de Hijar.

The route of GPS

The route of GPS

View and download the track route.

How to get to the Greenway

How to arrive

Check the maps and signs to the Greenway of the Terra Alta.

Accessible greenway

Accessible Greenway

Greenway of Terra Alta was the first of the state to have an adapted section for people with physical or sensory disabilities.

Trips and tours

Trips and tours

With these routes we can discover a wide range of possibilities in the cultural and historical heritage that surrounds us.

Bike hire

Bike hire

Bike hire to enjoy the Greenway and the routes in Terra Alta.

Rules about good use

Rules about good use

Enjoy Greenway, keep it clean and respect nature.

Download material

Download material

Download all the tourist material to organize the visit to the region of Terra Alta.

Get Organized

In Terra Alta you can find a big variety of places, accommodation, restaurants, tourist service companies, and more things to enjoy this sublime place.

Where to sleep?
Where to sleep?Accommodation
Choose between different accommodation options you'll find in the region.
Where to eat?
Where to eat?Restaurants
Our cuisine is traditional, but it also adapts to changing times.
What activities can I do?
What activities can I do?Tourist services
Check out the companies that provide a range of tourist services.
How to arrive?
How to arrive?Tourist services
Map of the region where you can see the different ways that connect the Terra Alta.