Undoubtedly, one of the best ways to discover Ulldecona is on a bicycle. You can rent a bicycle here in town and comfortably explore the open air Monumental Olive Tree Museums, with or without a guide, which are home to some of the finest examples of the thousands of classified monumental olive trees in the region.
The village itself offers many fascinating architectural “must sees”, like for instance; the Olive Oil Mill designed and built by Modernist architect César Martinell, now housing the Tourist Information Office, the Town Hall and Casa Cultura (exhibition hall and library) once the principal of 2 monasteries located in the village and of course, the Church Square, a striking example of Catalan Gothic architecture.
Also in the square you can’t miss the magnificent Casa de la Feligresa, another impressive example of Modernist architecture and of course, the square is the ideal place for a drink and a meal with friends in any of the numerous terrace bars and restaurants located there.
For visiting hours and guided tours, please consult the Tourist Office. https://turismeulldecona.com/