Matarraña, located in the superb inland region of Aragon, is a Spanish land that has kept its
authenticity, its history and its traditions. Described by CNN as Spanish Tuscany, the region is
opening itself to the world and is accessible via four international airports (Barcelona, Reus,
Castellon and Valencia). The closest airport of Reus is only 1 hour 15 minutes by car. The superb
wild protected beaches of the natural reserve of the Ebro Delta are also easily accessible in a
45-minute car journey.
Matarraña, with its Mediterranean landscape, its sunshine, its 18 medieval villages perched on the hills, its crystalline rivers, its waterfalls, its olive and almond tree fields, its black truffles, its ochre soil, its renowned wines, its gastronomy, offers an idyllic frame to commune with nature. We can find a wide range of outdoor activities, adventure sports, charming hotels in surroundings that are still confidential.
— Barcelona El Prat Airport?: distance 203 km
— Reus?/?Tarragona?Airport: distance 102 km
— Valencia/Manises?Airport: distance 262 km
— Zaragoza?Airport: distance 173 km
— 40 km from coast:
From the Barcelon airport
take the C32 – towards Castelldefells / Tarragona
then, take the l'AP-7 towards Tarragona / Valencia
After 159 km, leave the highway exit 40 direction Tortosa
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit on C-42 direction Tortosa and pass by 4 consecutives roundabouts
Follow the indications for Gandesa and CV12
After the Xerta village take the T 333 on left and go to the Prat de Comte village ( pay attention to don’t miss the left branch after 7km)
Straight on the T330 road changing in A321, pass Horta de Sant Joan and Arnes, et keep going direction Valderrobres
Between Arnes and Valderrobres, at km 27,4 on A321 there is a unpaved road on the left leading to the Solo Houses Site.