“Let’s start again!” The Terres de l’Ebre region is optimistic about the Summer

Although we must maintain all precautions, and we have not yet won the fight against COVID, the figures in Spain are beginning to show positive signs. Every day we can feel a little more optimistic, and it is all thanks to science and the collaboration of many people, starting with health personnel and ending with the citizens who have decided that it is worth getting vaccinated.

Spain has no petrol but has tourism instead. And the global pandemic has caused us real havoc. That is why now, with the imminent arrival of Summer and certainly better prospects, we want to invite you to visit Les Terres de l’Ebre. As you know, our village of Godall, our family and our project are in this historical territory full of life, beauty, and tradition.

The local tourist board is developing a wonderful tourist promotion campaign called “Let’s start again”, which gives us a clear idea of what we all want and need: to return to a normality in our personal relationships.

The Terres de l’Ebre website offers us many options to practice proximity tourism (it is a fantastic option, in these times), but also safe and quality tourism, which allows people to reconnect with themselves and their families.

If you do tourism in Terres de l’Ebre you can enjoy, among others, treasures such as the Delta de l’Ebre and the Natural Park of Els Ports de Tortosa-Beceite; many options of rural tourism and active tourism; a great cultural and historical heritage; or endless gastronomic options.

Les Terres de l’Ebre is an option to consider for people who enjoy “slow living” and are environmentally conscious, while feeling responsible for their actions and for promoting the sustainability of local communities and economies. For this reason, we highly recommend that you come and spend a few days in our lands on your next vacation. If you do, don’t forget to let us know, because we are waiting for you in Godall. We are going to restart our lives!

PS: From Ralda&Friends we want to thank the work of all the people who are making it possible for the vaccines to take effect: researchers, medical and nursing staff… But also, all the people who have helped us all these months, especially in the agricultural sector, in commerce and distribution.

Alfred & Pierre RALDA