Amposta is the capital of the comarca of Montsià, in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, 190 km south of Barcelona on the Mediterranean Coast. It is located at 8 metres above sea level, by the Ebre river, not far from its end. Its population was 18,841 in 2005.

Pont penjat d'Amposta
Flag of Amposta
Coat of arms of Amposta
Coat of arms
Amposta is located in Catalonia
Location in Catalonia
Coordinates: 40°42′38″N 0°34′51″E / 40.71056°N 0.58083°ECoordinates: 40°42′38″N 0°34′51″E / 40.71056°N 0.58083°E
Country Spain
Autonomous community Catalonia
 • mayorAdam Tomàs Roiget (2015)[1]
 • Total138.3 km2 (53.4 sq mi)
8 m (26 ft)
 • Total21,197
 • Density150/km2 (400/sq mi)
DemonymsAmpostí, -ina
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)


  1. ^ a b "Ajuntament d'Amposta". Generalitat of Catalonia. Retrieved 2015-11-13.
  2. ^ "El municipi en xifres: Amposta". Statistical Institute of Catalonia. Retrieved 2015-11-23.

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1973 Volta a Catalunya

The 1973 Volta a Catalunya was the 53rd edition of the Volta a Catalunya cycle race and was held from 12 September to 19 September 1973. The race started in Amposta and finished in Lleida. The race was won by Domingo Perurena.

Amposta (Madrid)

Amposta is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of San Blas-Canillejas.

Autopista AP-7

The Autopista AP-7 (also called Autopista del Mediterráneo) is a Spanish autopista (controlled-access highway). It is a toll motorway that runs along the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

AP-7 has two different sections (911+96 km):

From Els Límits (in La Jonquera municipality) to Vera: 911 km long. Main cities passed:









Castelló de la Plana









From Málaga to Guadiaro: 96 km long. Main cities passed:






Autovía A-7

The Autovía A-7 (also called Autovia del Mediterráneo) is a Spanish autovía (toll-free limited-access highway) which starts in La Jonquera, near the French frontier and ends in Algeciras.

It was finally finished in late 2015 upon completion of sections west of Almeria and around Motril, is a free alternate route to the tolled Autopista AP-7, and is the longest national motorway in Europe.

CF Amposta

Club de Futbol Amposta is a Spanish football team based in Amposta, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in 1915, it plays in Primera Catalana, holding home games at Estadi Municipal de Amposta, which has a capacity of 3,000 spectators.

Cristopher Espuny

Cristopher Espuny Reynoso (born 30 October 1994), known as Cristo, is a Spanish-born Dominican footballer who plays as a forward for Atlántico FC and the Dominican Republic national team. He is signed to Spanish club CF Amposta.

César Arzo

César Arzo Amposta (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈθesaɾ ˈaɾθo]; born 21 January 1986) is a Spanish footballer who plays as a central defender for Gimnàstic de Tarragona.


The Ebro (Spanish and Basque pronunciation: [ˈeβɾo]; Catalan: Ebre [ˈeβɾə]) is a river on the Iberian Peninsula. It is the second longest river in the Iberian peninsula after the Tagus and the second biggest by discharge volume and by drainage area after the Douro.

The Ebro flows through the following cities: Reinosa in Cantabria; Frías and Miranda de Ebro in Castile and León; Haro, Logroño, Calahorra, and Alfaro in La Rioja; Tudela in Navarre; Alagón, Utebo, Zaragoza, and Caspe in Aragon; and Flix, Móra d'Ebre, Benifallet, Tivenys, Xerta, Aldover, Tortosa, and Amposta in Catalonia.

Emilio Isierte

Emili Josep Isierte Aguilar (born 13 November 1963 in Amposta, Tarragona, Catalonia) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper.


Freginals is a municipality in the comarca of Montsià in

Catalonia, Spain.

This town is located on a hill between the northern end of the Serra de Godall and the Serra del Montsià, not far from the forking of the roads between Tortosa, Ulldecona and Amposta. The area around the town has ancient passages of transhumant cattle herders known locally as lligallos.

The RENFE railway line from Valencia to Tortosa used to have a railway station in this town before 1990, but the station is now closed.Freginals is part of the Taula del Sénia free association of municipalities.

Josep Gombau

Josep Gombau Balague (born 5 June 1976) is a Spanish football manager who is currently the manager of Indian Super League club Delhi Dynamos. He is a former FC Barcelona youth team coach and has held multiple positions at Barcelona academies. Gombau holds the highest coaching licence in Spain with the equivalent of the UEFA Pro Diploma attained at the Catalan Football Federation.

List of wards of Madrid

Madrid, the capital city of Spain, is divided into 21 districts (distritos), which are further subdivided into 128 wards (barrios).

Mari Chordà

Mari Chordà Recasens (born 1942 in Amposta, Catalonia) is an artist, painter, poet and a Catalan feminist socio-cultural activist. Her work has been exhibited in The World goes pop, at Tate Modern.

Marta Cid

Marta Cid i Pañella (born July 29, 1960) was Minister of Education of Catalonia from 20 February 2004 until 12 May 2006.


Montsià (Catalan pronunciation: [munsiˈa]) is the southernmost comarca (county) of Catalonia in Spain. Its capital and largest city is Amposta.

Province of Tarragona

Tarragona (Catalan: [tərəˈɣonə]), is a province of the southern part of Catalonia. It is bordered by the provinces of Castelló, Terol, Saragossa, Lleida and Barcelona and by the Mediterranean Sea.

The province's population is 795,902 (2018), about one fifth of whom live in the capital, Tarragona. Some of the larger cities and towns in Tarragona province include Reus, Salou, El Vendrell, Tortosa, Valls, Amposta. This province has 183 municipalities. The province includes several World Heritage Sites and is a popular tourist destination. There are Roman Catholic cathedrals in Tarragona and Tortosa.

San Blas-Canillejas

San Blas-Canillejas is a district to the east of Madrid's city centre. The population of the district is estimated in 149,909.

Sant Jaume d'Enveja

Sant Jaume d'Enveja is a municipality in the comarca of the Montsià in Catalonia, Spain. It is situated in the southern half of the Ebro Delta, on the right bank of the river. The municipality was created in 1978: previously the territory formed part of the municipality of Tortosa.

It is linked to Amposta by a local road, and to Deltebre on the opposite bank by a service of barges.

The town was established relatively recently in the 1860s. This is due in part to the formation of the delta over the last few centuries from the river's sedimentary deposits.

The town's economy is centred on agriculture, principally rice cultivation, along with a strong tourist industry. The tourism sector has seen an expansion in recent years based on the attractive countryside offered by the River Ebre Delta national park and its biodiversity. There is a lighthouse on the island of Buda.

Sant Jaume d'Enveja became part of the Montsià in the comarcal revision of 1990: previously it formed part of the Baix Ebre.

Íñigo de Alfaro

Fray Íñigo de Alfaro (fl. 1396–1435) was an Aragonese nobleman and Knight Hospitaller. He was the defending commander at the Siege of Smyrna in 1402 against the Turco-Mongol conqueror Timur. He later played a key role in the Compromise of Caspe that settled the Aragonese interregnum in 1412.

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