Amposta, the capital of Montsia (District).
- Suspension Bridge. (Built in 1921).
- Castle. The Medieval fortification with the remains of the Iberian and Arabic periods.
- The Church of the Mother of God of the Assumption.(“Iglesia de la Madre de Dios de la Asunción”). Dated 1776.
Tortosa, thecapital of Baix Ebre (Low Ebro) (District), a Historical and Artistic Complex.
- Castle. It used to be an Arab fortress, a Templar castle and the residence of Jaume I. Rebuilt after the Spanish Civil War. Museum. Abundant archaeological material of the Iberian, Roman, Al-Andalusian and late Medieval worlds...
- Cathedral. Started in 1347 in the Gothic style. Remnants of the Transfiguration (Jaume Huguet, XVth c.) and St. Mary (Santa Maria).
- Jewish Call. A Hebrew settlement originated in the VI A.D., the most important of Catalonia.
- Real School (“Colegio”) of St. James (Sant Jaume) and St. Mathew (Sant Maties). Dating back to the XVIth c. Renaissance style, unique in the whole Catalonia.
- Bishop Palace. Built between the XIIIth and XIVth centuries.
- The Convent of Santa Clara, of the Gothic style.
- Despuig Palace, Gothic style, fifteenth century.
- Capmany Palace, built in the XVIIIth c.
- And Oliver de Boteller Palace is one more place worth visiting.
- Parish Church. A Neoclassical building, the year 1635.
- Hermitage. XIIIth century, late Romanesque style.
- Iberian archaeological site. In a very good state of conservation.
- Cardó Valley. Place where we can find shrines and Cardó springs.
- The Benifallet Caves. A natural spectacle.