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Types of holiday homes in Santa Pola
How would you like to book a home in Santa Pola for your next holiday? At Holidu you will always find accommodation that is perfectly suited to your needs. We have hundreds of holiday homes located on the beach front or very close to it, in the avenues of Vicente Blasco Ibañez and Granada and in the streets next to the port and promenade. If you are travelling with your family, we recommend that you book your rental in the port area, as the aquarium and castle are very close to it and the coves of Santiago Bernabeu offer the best sandbanks in the town. All the rentals are perfectly equipped and most of them have a garden and terrace.Magnificent villas less than 100 metres from the beach
If you prefer to stay in a holiday home, where you can enjoy large green areas and your own courtyard for children to play in, Holidu also has a number of semi-detached villas close to the sea. Some even have private terraces and swimming pools. Located mainly in the area closest to the salt flats, but you will also find many options in Puente Marino, Santa Pola Este and El Pinet. The latter are ideal for those looking for tranquillity and want to disconnect completely from urban life, as they are located in residential areas.Why book a home in Santa Pola?
Visitors interested in holiday homes in Santa Pola, which usually come from Alicante, Murcia, Madrid or even foreign cities such as Berlin or London, often look for a perfect mix of sun and beach tourism and historical character. In addition, they also seek to recreate themselves by carrying out sports activities such as sailing and snorkelling. Also, the night hides a great offer of leisure and amusement that is concentrated, fundamentally, in the surroundings of the maritime port. The city enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, with an average of 10 degrees in January and 26 degrees in August, and very little rain, making it a perfect destination to visit at any time of year. Don't wait any longer to book your holiday home in Santa Pola!
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The area and how to find your way around
Santa Pola is one of the most emblematic municipalities in the Costa Blanca. Surrounded by the Salinas de Santa Pola Natural Park, it has 13 kilometres of beaches and borders to the south with Elche, as well as with the towns of Orihuela and Guardamar del Segura. For its part, its seaport is ideal to reach the island of Tabarca, which is only 3 kilometres away. Therefore, holiday homes in this place can be considered as strategic points from which to get to know the whole region.One of the main tourist paradises in Spain
Santa Pola is a small municipality considered one of the main tourist paradises in Spain. This is mainly due to the fact that all its beaches have a Blue Flag, as well as the quality symbol of the European Foundation for Environmental Education. Most of the holiday homes that can be found in it are one or two bedroom rentals perfectly equipped to accommodate families with few members, although there are exceptions. In any case, the best neighbourhood to find them is El Calvario, one of the most emblematic areas of the town, located in the highest part. There is also the hermitage of the same name. An ideal place to book a home in Santa Pola if you are looking for peace and quiet. While it is true that in El Palmeral there are also many high quality holiday homes, where you will find the ruins of the house of El Palmeral.
Types of travellers and activities
Santa Pola is a great destination to book a home if you are travelling with children. And not only because of its beaches, where you will have a great time, but also because many of the accommodations have a garden and swimming pool and because of the great variety of proposals offered by the locality itself and its surroundings. In the city you can visit the salt mines and the salt museum, the aquarium, the lighthouse, practice water sports or enjoy the attractions of Pola Park, and in the surrounding area do some hiking route or spend a fun day in one of the parks of the capital of Alicante, such as Pekesaurios or El Mundo de los Niños. This way, the whole family can have a great holiday.Santa Pola for sun and beach tourism enthusiasts
The beaches of Santa Pola are considered to be some of the best in Spain. Undoubtedly, the fine sand of these bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean makes this distinction possible. With a wide variety of sandbanks for all tastes and ages, with different characteristics, comforts and services. From coves of fine sand and crystalline waters to beaches of familiar atmosphere and calm waves. Specifically, within its 13 kilometres of coastline, the beaches of Mare de Deu, Varadero and del Pinet are the best known, although it is true that the Calas de Santiago Bernabeu are also very visited by tourists. Located next to the seaport and Levante beach, the Calas de Santiago Bernabeu are perfect for enjoying all the charms of the Costa Blanca. Its sand is dark and its waters are calm and crystalline, which makes it ideal for a refreshing bath in the hottest hours.
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Santa Pola is a village with a spectacular historical heritage. In fact, the main attraction, in this sense, is the Castle-Fortress of Santa Pola, which dates back to 1557 and served for centuries to combat pirate attacks. Likewise, the watchtowers that are located all along the coast, the Molino de la Calera and the Aljibes del Massapà are other emblematic places of the town that attract numerous tourists every year.2. A visit to the Castle-fortress of Santa Pola
This is probably the most important building in the whole municipality. In addition to its spectacular external appearance, the interior houses a parade ground and a cistern, as well as the Sea and Fishing Museum and the Chapel of the Virgin of Loreto, which is the patron saint of the town.3. A visit to the island of Tabarca
Only 3 kilometres separate the municipality of Santa Pola from the island of Tabarca. Therefore, by taking the Transbarca ferry service, which makes the journey in both directions several times every day, it is possible to reach it to visit its wall, the Puerta de la Trancada and the Church of San Pedro y San Pablo, as well as its magnificent beaches.4. Spend a night partying
The beach bars of Gran Playa and Playa Lisa are usually open until the early hours of the morning and you can enjoy a drink with good music in the background. Plus, if you're one of those who likes to hold out until dawn, Camelot nightclub will give you the atmosphere you need.5. Taste a delicious paella
As is the case along the Valencia coast, Santa Pola could not miss paella in its restaurants, especially in the beach bars located at the foot of the beach. The locals take this dish very seriously, so the quality is always excellent. In addition, you will be able to find multiple variants: mixed chicken and seafood, a la banda, paella negra, etc.