To recover the meaning of a party, which in the old days meant nothing without a good plate of food on the table with the whole family sitting around it, the villages in this area have gone back in time, thanks to gastronomic celebrations which all have one product as their main feature. Throughout the specified day, all of the neighbours in each town get together and organize activities where one ingredient is given priority.
So, we come across special celebrations like the Vi (wine) i la Clotxa in Gandesa, which has recovered a recipe belonging to the area; l’Aplec de la Mel (honey) celebrated in El Perelló, which centres on the properties of its most important product; and the Festa de la Verema, where Corbera d’Ebre takes a step back in history, making this activity a real celebration for the younger ones to learn about and for the older ones to remember.
Cooking and making food follows certain recipes which are identifying features of each region. Ingredients and tradition which give every dish its own special characteristic, play key roles in certain months of the year, thanks to these workshops dedicated to gastronomy, which are celebrated in many villages in the Ebre region.
Workshops dedicated to cooking rice, a traditional stew or cuisine with olive oil, among others, keep culinary customs alive and give credit to the products which are given to us by the earth. For some days the catering sector in these regions displays not only how our grandparents cooked but also the most advanced sophistication in food. All of this, not to mention the main feature of each gastronomic feat, which has been characteristic of each village for so long.
| Benifallet Culinary Event|
This culinary event in Benifallet is a great way to show what the village has to offer.
| Cajun Cuisine Culinary Event, Tortosa|
This is a fusion of traditional cuisine from Terres de l'Ebre and cuisine from New Orleans
| Culinary celebration, La Sénia|
This takes places in May, in restaurants in La Sénia
| Days of special cuisine in Alcanar and Les Cases d'Alcanar|
Citrus fruits and shrimps are the main ingredients of these days of special cuisine, celebrated each year in Alcanar
| Days of special cuisine in Deltebre|
The cuisine on offer in Deltebre is extensive and varied, and the main ingredient is rice
| Days of special cuisine with olive oil, Santa Bārbara|
Santa Bārbara reserves a whole week in November so that people can become more familiar with the local cuisine
| Days of special cuisine with rice, Amposta|
In October, the main ingredient for a wide variety of different recipes at restaurants, is rice
| Gastronomic festivities with rice, l'Ampolla|
For the whole month of October, rice is the main ingredient at restaurants here for a great variety of different recipes.
| Olive Oil Celebration, Tortosa|
In February, the 'Plat i Got' Association of Business-people have a celebration featuring olive oil made in Terres de l'Ebre.
| Renaissance Cuisine Event, Tortosa|
Restaurants in the city offer a rich display of cuisine from the sixteenth century
| The Artichoke Culinary Event, Amposta|
During the month of February the artichoke is the main ingredient in this culinary event taking place in Amposta
| The Cod Culinary Event, Tortosa|
During the month of March, the restaurants in Tortosa fill their menus with a great variety of cod dishes.
| "Alberge (Peach) Day" in Benissanet|
Benissanet, located on the right bank of the Ebre River, comprises some of the most fertile agricultural land in the region Ribera d'Ebre region
| Arrossejat Day, l'Ametlla de Mar.|
Arrossejat Day is one of the most popular events which the village celebrates during the summer
| "Baldana" (blood sausage) Day|
Camarles dedicates a weekend in August to one of the most typical products in the region: la baldana d'arrōs (blood sausage with rice)
| Cherry day, Paüls|
Every year since 2003, between the end of May and the beginning of June, Paüls celebrates their special cherry day
| Culinary Fair, a taste of times past, and a display of crafts. La Sénia|
This fair is dedicated to cuisine
| Eau-de-vie liquor Festival, Prat de Compte|
Villagers have organized the Eau-de-vie liquor Festival since 2001
| Fair of New Oil, Citrus fruits and Trade, Santa Bārbara|
The Santa Barbara plains are also known as the oil plains or the "Mar d'oliveres" (Sea of olive trees)
| King Prawn Celebration, Sant Carles de la Rāpita|
King prawns are one of the most typical products in the cuisine of this seaside town, Sant Carles de la Rāpita
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