Santa Pola is a small Fishing Port offering views of the distant mountains and wild sand dunes The town whilst less busy than Torrevieja still offers all the facilities you would expect It relies mainly on Tourism but is also home to a major Salt Works. The Harbour is home to the Largest amount of Fisfing Vessels from any Port onthe Mediterranean Sea

Santa Pola is famous for its Fish which is renowned for its variety and quality. Around 17.00 on weekdays you can watch the Boats return to the Harbour with their catches followed by flocks of squawking seagulls!! The catch can include Tuna,Octopus,Squid,Mackerek,Monkfish,Gilthead Bream,Prawns,Crabs,Sardines,Anchovies,Crayfish and Hake


it also has several wonderful beaches with over 4km of sand and crystal clear waters. At Playa Lisas Beach you can walk out for a considerable distance and the water will still inly reach your knees making it a safe choice for those with young children

The Las Salinas Natural Park is a protected area of special importance for wild birds including flamingos and stilt birds

there is also the off shore island of Tabarca a former headquarters of the invading Berber Pirates of old though nowadays its a Marine reserve 


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