Prat de Comte, where the hostel Ca La Jepa is located, is a municipality in the province of Tarragona, located in the southeastern part of it, on the border with the Ribera del Ebro, near the ports of Tortosa-Beceite and crossed by the Canaletes River.
Ca La Jepa offers you the opportunity to enjoy the tranquility of a small village surrounded by mountains and different tourist attractions.
Surround yourself with nature and enjoy different activities while staying at Ca La Jepa hostel!
What to do in Prat de Comte?
The excursion to the Sanctuary of La Fontcalda, from the Prat de Comte station, is a short and beautiful excursion to do with children.
It is reached by descending the Canaletes River, through the Straits of Arriba, which allows you to have a different vision of the arrival at the Sanctuary.
This excursion can be done throughout the year, but if you do it in hot weather, you can soak in some of the many natural pools that can be found during the journey.
If your passion is cycling, Prat de Comte offers you different options for you to enjoy your favorite sport, while staying at Ca La Jepa hostel.
For example, if you are a cyclist with a certain level, enjoy Prat de Comte - Vall de Carrubes, a 39 km trail used mainly for road cycling, full of wild flowers and rated as difficult.
But if what you want is to practice the sport of two wheels in a quieter and more enjoyable way, do not miss the more than 23 km of greenway of the municipality, where you will be surrounded by nature and beautiful landscapes, which you can perfectly enjoy with the smallest of the house!
Do you want to enjoy mountain life?
The Ports Natural Park, a massif that exceeds the limits of Tierras del Ebro and enters the provinces of Teruel (Aragón) and Castellón (Comunidad Valenciana), is a refuge for a very rich fauna and flora.
It stands out, in this place, the presence of the Hispanic goat, a species that can be easily found if you enter these mountains.
The basilica-cathedral of Santa María de Tortosa is the seat of the diocese of Tortosa in the province of Tarragona. The current building is Gothic, begun in 1347, and was built on a previous Romanesque one; It was consecrated for the first time in 1441 and the construction phases continued until reaching the Baroque façade, begun in the 1620s and left unfinished in 1757.
Located in the center of the city of Tortosa, on the banks of the Ebro River, this majestic cathedral is located where historically there was a mosque.
Do you dare to visit this impressive monument full of religion, history and culture?
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