The Mediterranean cuisine of the Ebro area
The cuisine on offer at the Parador de Tortosa is based on local cuisine. The Mediterranean recipes perfectly combine products from the vegetable garden, the Ebro Delta, the mountains and the sea. One of the star products is the rice grown in the Ebro Delta, which is brought to the table in a variety of tasty dishes.
The stronghold of Delta rice dishes
In the restaurant’s aristocratic dining room you’ll taste, like a feudal lord, succulent delicacies that are characteristic of this region of Tarragona. Highlights include the tasty rice dishes from the Ebro Delta (tot pelat, black rice, mantis shrimp brothy rice, etc.), its mussels and razor clams, and dishes such as eels in suc, suquet de peix, xató, escalivada with anchovies, Spanish goat sausages and pastisset de Tortosa, an example of a patisserie with flavours from Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures.
Type of kitchen
Suquet de peix, coastal rice, eel stew, coastal squid, crema catalana.
In the heart of a Biosphere Reserve
It is a new building that’s fully integrated complex of historical buildings, which is notable for its high walls and large Gothic windows, and which has spacious and comfortable rooms, an outdoor swimming pool and elegant rooms for meetings and events. From the Parador you can start a route on foot or by bicycle using our rental service and discover Tortosa by crossing its bridges and exploring its streets, squares and promenades. It is a new building that’s fully integrated complex of historical buildings, which is notable for its high walls and large Gothic windows, and which has spacious and comfortable rooms, an outdoor swimming pool and elegant rooms for meetings and events.
The Parador de Tortosa is certified by the Catalan Tourism Agency and the Spanish Federation of Large Families as a family tourism destination.