Hi Sabine. Many thanks for the information. I'll take a look at it all. I'm lucky enough to live on the Ebro delta and since I haven't walked a Camino since 2013 and I'm desperate to do another, I thought why not start from home and just keep going! Buen Camino. Becca
@anniethenurse and I started at the Delta of the Ebro a few years ago. It is a very solitary camino, as you probably know, but great walking. Generally well marked. I kept a blog, and there is a link to it in my signature below this post.
One thing I would highly recommend if you have time is that instead of keeping straight north to Logroño from Zaragoza, try the Castellano-Aragonés link to the Lana. That route starts in Gallur, which is on the Ebro a few days north of Zaragoza. That takes you to Santo Domingo de Silos and from there you can walk the San Olav into Burgos, or just stay with the Lana and go into Burgos. I know that sounds confusing, but if you look at the mundicamino map, it will be clear. I would love to walk this route again, but there are just way too many caminos on my list.
Though I didn't have a guide, I did have a GPS, which really was essential in a couple of places. As Sabine says, there is a lot of info on the internet, and it is easy to get good information about lodging, etc, but I thought the tracks were a godsend in a couple of crucial spots.
I'm sure I bought my Ruta del Ebro guide from Ivar on this web site. It's in Spanish, but the maps are useful, and help to complement all the yellow arrows you'll see.
I loved the route. But I love very quiet caminos where I can walk quietly and peacefully, and say the occasional prayer. Check out my web site where you can see photo links and download the diary. http://snicholl5.wixsite.com/home-site/santiago then go down to "Pilgrimage V".
I started from San Carlas: it was when I lived in Calig, just inland from Peniscola.
I think my camino days may be over: were I to repeat a camino it would either be the first [from Porto] or this one.
Blessings from sunny England ...