As coastal towns go, Santa Pola in Costa Blanca, Spain, has a lot to offer. And, staying in the Santa Pola holiday rentals can give you, your family and friends an opportunity to enjoy diverse activities and vistas to choose from. One of the main industries in Santa Pola is salt and the salt evaporation pond is still in business here. In fact, most of the salines, as they are called, are part of the Natural Park of Salines de Santa Pola. The town itself has some splendid history dating back to Roman times and when you choose to stay in the Santa Pola holiday homes, you can enjoy not just natural wonders, but historic knowledge as well.
Activities and attractions galore on holiday in Santa Pola
One of the best things to do to get a handle on the history of this place is to visit the archaeological museum, which talks about the resurrection of this town when, in the 16th century, a castle was built here. You can find many Santa Pola holiday rentals all along the coast too. From your dwelling in Santa Pola accommodation, you can visit Gran Alacant and the nature reserve called the Carabasi area. You can also visit Alicante which has a huge range of activities and attractions. So when you start you journey in this region, start it with a visit to the 16th century castle which helped the town stave off attacks from pirates. Today it is in the city centre, enjoying its well earned pride of place and houses the Museum.
Relax and unwind with a Santa Pola villa holiday
There is also a fishing museum which can give you an insight into Santa Pola’s past as a fishing village. If you really enjoy your sea food then you should witness the hustle and bustle of the fresh fish auction every afternoon as well. The beaches in Santa Pola, Gran Playa and Varadero to name just a couple, are splendid places to relax in. You can also use your time spent in the Santa Pola villas to visit the Palmeral Palm Tree Garden. This wonderfully designed space is verdant and peaceful, and made to relax and unwind in. Simply walking through the tree lined paths here are a great way to forget the madding crowd. Staying in Santa Pola apartmentss should also give you the chance to visit the Glorieta Square, also known as Plaza de la Glorieta. You can sample some of the wonderful local cuisine here and sit down and relax too. The Plaza del Calvario also gives you a wonderful view, so you could think of visiting this place as well.
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