Other eyes have seen the Ebro from up here. What must this territory have been like during the first Iron Age? What was going through the minds of the inhabitants who sat on top of the hill of Sebes when they beheld the majestic river? The lives of those ancestors must not have been idyllic, worried about a never-guaranteed subsistence. Now, one thing is for sure, for them the river was synonymous with life, as it still is today. The river is an identity, it is a soul, it is a will for the future, it is something big, immemorial, almost atavistic, a spatial and psychic reference that is very difficult to grasp from the offices where transfers and public works are planned.
The proposed walk passes through Sebes, a natural area of great ecological value, declared a wildlife nature reserve in 1995. It is now one of the largest reedbeds in Catalonia, with an excellent riparian forest that has become in a fantastic shelter especially for a large number of birds. The walk also allows you to get closer to the place where the protohistoric village was built. The remains of some walls and the space where the burials took place are visible. However, probably the most evocative are the views from the hill to let your imagination fly four thousand years ago.