Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
Santa Pola
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With its beautiful scenery, historic sites and boundless experiences, Santa Pola is a great choice for a getaway on the Costa Blanca.

Santa Pola is an unmissable destination sitting on the sparkling coastline of the province of Alicante. Here you will find countless ways to spend your time, from lazing on paradise beaches to exploring ancient sites and immersing yourself in unique landscapes. Shall we take a look around?

What to see in Santa Pola

Sitting on the shores of the Mediterranean, Santa Pola is a great destination for a getaway on the Costa Blanca. There are plenty of beaches in the town, namely Lisa, Tamarit, El Pinet, La Gola and Ermita beaches, where you can lounge around on the golden sands and enjoy refreshing dips when you get too hot. There are also plenty of water sports that you can try out here. 

Just a stone’s throw from Ermita beach is one of the most important points of interest in the destination. Cueva de la Araña is a cave that was inhabited by our ancestors between the years 2500 and 3000 BC. Remains and utensils have been found here, as well as a piece of cave art depicting a red horse. 

No visit to Santa Pola is complete without a trip to Salinas de Santa Pola, a protected natural park and beauty spot comprising a large area of salt lakes. An unparalleled birding and photography destination, the park is also home to Museo de la Sal (the salt museum), Tamarit watchtower and, at certain times of the year, hundreds of flamingos and black-winged stilts. 

Castillo de Santa Pola is another must-visit. The castle houses Museos del Mar y de la Pesca, museums which will take you on an exploration with the town’s connection to the sea and fishing. Next on your to-visit list is Casa Romana del Palmeral which will transport you back to the 4th century AD. 

The lighthouse, port and seafront promenade are wonderful spots to enjoy a walk at sunrise or sunset. And then, when you’ve worked up an appetite, you can sit down to enjoy some local cuisine which shines the spotlight on fish, seafood and rice. Discover why Santa Pola is such a popular destination on your next getaway to the Region of Valencia.​​​​​​​


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