For 20 years a harbour of relaxation in the centre of the Ebro Delta in Spain.
The Casa Baaij was acquired in the year 2000 by Rudolf and Florie Baaij after a long and careful decision to serve as a refuge, retirement and oasis to retreat from everyday life for family, relatives, acquaintances and guests.
On 90m² there are 2 double rooms, an open kitchen-living room with access to a spacious balcony. 2 toilets and a storage room complete the premises. The homely maritime furnishings convey a feeling of cosiness, while 20m² of balcony with a view over the beach promenade invite you to enjoy a glass of local wine.
Sant Carles de la Rapita
Sant Carles de la Ràpita was a highly important spiritual and religious centre at the time of the Moors. After its reconquest in the 11th century, a community of monks settled there until the 16th century. In the 18th century, the town changed significantly with the arrival of the Bourbons and their building projects – a shipping canal, the fortification of the port, Carles III square, the New Church, the buildings La Glorieta and Fonts de les Alamedes, El Mercat square (neuralgic point of the town) and the porches. Also worthy of mention is the viewpoint of La Guardiola, 116 metres high, from which there are magnificent views of the delta.
Sant Carles de la Ràpita also boasts wide beaches that are ideal for water sports such as diving, sailing and windsurfing. In terms of gastronomy, the first thing to mention is the excellent and widely known prawns and mussels as well as all other kind of seafood.