Camí de Sant Jaume a l'Ebre, etapa 2: Poble Nou del Delta - Amposta
We abandon Poble Nou via a narrow road that can be very dangerous for walkers. After 9 km we arrive at the junction with the TV-3408 road. Heading left, we enter La Ràpita with its port, El Puerto de los Alfaques, and the remains of the Sanjoanistas Convent. We return to the aforementioned junction and continue towards Amposta following the Maritime Navigation Canal, built during the reign of Carlos III. The trail passes a lock and upon arriving at the N-340 road, we turn left along a path that takes us to a large bridge, which we go under. Following the signs, we head towards El Albergue de Peregrinos Nazaret [The Nazareth Pilgrim’s Inn] where we will find the first shell indicating which path to follow. In Amposta, urban signage is made using ceramic tiles with the classic symbol of the pilgrim, the shell, edging the river façade of the village. Crossing the canal, turn left to head to the Adell mill chimney (2nd shell). From there we go towards the river and turn left before arriving at the Tourist Office (4th shell). We continue along Carrer de Sant Joan, towards the council building and the Acriprestal church. We take the small Carrer dels Estudis (6th shell) and head to the right along Carrer Sant Antoni (7th shell) to arrive at the Placeta de Santa Susana, beneath the Pont Vell (8th shell). We climb some steps, and by crossing Carrer del Pont, we enter the castle (9th shell) passing in front of the Biblioteca Comarcal [District Library]. We turn right onto Carrer Buenos Aires (11th shell) and then take the right canal along the part closest to the river, which we follow to Tortosa.