Welcome to Riverside Lodge - Cat and Carp fishing on the River Ebro Spain
Fishing is a passion at Riverside Lodge. Riverside Lodge is a purpose built leisure complex with fishermen in mind. Riverside Lodge is now under new Management and is now run by an experienced angler for the first time.
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Situated on the banks of the famous River Ebro, your accommodation is only metres from the Riverbank with comfortable rooms and chalets.
English menus, cafe bar, Sky TV, and spacious tranquil surroundings.
With the Riba Roja Village being only 3 minutes by car. Riba Roja has a selection of cafe style bars and restaurants.
Riverside Lodge has attracted the most experienced and knowledgeable guides to use as their base. So information and expert advice is always on hand.
Licences, bait, rod hire, guided Boat Fishing arranged on request.
Riverside regularly ground baits the Ebro banks so it is an ideal place to spend a day fishing for non-residents at 10 euros per day. See notice boards for pictures of fish from the banks and also our picture gallery.
Riba Roja Tarragona
Fishing Holidays on the banks of The River Ebro. 5 Acres of tranquil surroundings
*Bed and Breakfast
* Self Catering Chalets
* Cafe / Bar - SKY TV
* Full English Menu
* Pool Table
* Pet Friendly
* Sunday Roast Lunches - booking required
* Guided Boat Fishing
* Fishing Licences / Bait Arranged
Telephone: (+44) 01604 211451 - Mobile: (+34) 605 422 890
A legend in its own lifetime, the River Ebro is a 'must visit' centre for fishermen from all over Europe. Indeed fishermen from all over the world have sat on the banks and waited for the fish to take the bait. The Catfish is the most famous of the species sought by visiting optimists and many very large specimens have been landed. Driving along the valley gives an impression of the size and strength of the river but to really enjoy a boat trip gives the river a whole new dimension.
Just along the Ebro River from Riverside Lodge is the recently built Puente de la Barca (bridge), the largest in Catalonia. Underneath is the Club Nautico (Nautical Club) with facilities for canoeing and other sports. Further up the river is the Ermita de Santa Madrona (hermitage), which was built at the end of the 19th century, and the Reservoir, which was inaugurated in 1986 and which has been converted into a very interesting tourist spot, above all for Central European visitors. Here, you can fish for Eels catfish, common carp, pike, perch, black bass and other fish; international competitions are held at this site as well. Thanks to the initiative of private companies, navigation along the Ebro has been developed, and now we can offer boat tours and fishing facilities.
The construction of the reservoir meant that the Ermita de Berrus (hermitage), shared jointly by several towns, had to be moved to a new site. Before the construction of the dams, the River Ebro was a route for shipping goods on sailing boats called LLauts. Two of these boats have been restored for purpose of cultural interest.