Riba-roja d’Ebre - Tarragona Spain

Riba-roja is traditional Spanish village where you can enjoy fishing both in the reservoir and down the river. The river mouths of the Cinca, Segre and Matarraña rivers are surrounded by a forest and beautiful scenery. In the middle of the reservoir you can see the bell tower of the town of Fayón, which became submerged with the damming of the river. Riba Roja is near to Ascó, and Vinebre both of which are also becoming well renowned for excellent fishing amongst the locals who often try to avoid the more commercialised, heavily fished areas.

Activities in the area include: fishing (fishing licences and guided fishing trips can be arranged), canoeing, hiking, biking, swimming, boat trips on the dam of Riba-roja-Matarraña.

ESP1-CC - Self-catering house

Self-catering house overlooking the River Ebro, SpainThis completely restored house (sleeps 8) is located in the riverside town of Riba-roja d’Ebre, Tarragona, overlooking the River Ebro.  This self-catering house is close to the village shops, the Church Square, bars, restaurants and amenities.  It also has direct access from the courtyard to the river road.

ESP2 - Self-catering townhouse

Self-catering townhouse in the centre of Riba-roja d'EbreThis fully equipped townhouse (sleeps 4) is located in Riba-roja d’Ebre in the centre of the village, close to the village shops, the Church Square, bars, restaurants and amenities.

ESP3 - Cruising the River Ebro

Cruising and fishing on the River Ebro, SpainVisit the fisherman's paradise, starting from Riba Roja d'Ebre, the 80km of waterways offer anglers an abundant supply of fish of different varieties. Rent a cruiser and fish with total freedom

 
GUIDED FISHING

Catfishing the River Ebro, SpainOur guided catfishing holidays are tailor-made to suit your requirements and include an experienced guide, complete with a fully equipped boat, tackle and bait.

The Riba Roja stretch of the river Ebro has a very large stock of wild catfish with the average fish weighing in the region of 60-90lb and although renowned for its numerous larger 150lb plus residents, a catfish in excess of 100lb is still classed as a very good fish.