Santa Pola is a beautiful little harbor town on the Costa Blanca. It is located halfway between Alicante and Guardamar del Segura. The port of Santa Pola is one of the most important fishing ports of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. From 1950 to 1973, the fishing fleet of Santa Pola even counted among the largest in the Mediterranean. Attractions for tourists are the fishing port and the Fisheries and Maritime Museum. Another attraction are the many and large ferries leaving from the port of Santa Pola to the island Tabarca. The ferries run almost hourly and the tickets are available right on the harbor in small stalls before the ferry leaves for 15 euros per trip. A crossing is worthwhile in any case. There is enough parking available at the harbor, you can park for free for example.
Santa Pola has beautiful large and white sandy beaches that are popular with kite and windsurfers. The beaches are excellent for these sports. Even the little ones have their fun here as the water falls very flat. The beaches are very wide, and volleyball courts and playgrounds can find their place here. Moreover, everything is very well maintained and clean. Besides the beaches itself the long beach promenade is an absolute highlight and absolutely worth a visit. Many bars, restaurants and small boutiques are located on the beautiful promenade. Here you can enjoy excellent shopping tours or just a coffee with a stunning view of the sea. Santa Pola has a beautiful downtown; here everyone gets what they are looking for. Even the tower above the city should look at a small wooden staircase leads steeply up to it; the view from up there is breathtaking. It has a fantastic view of Santa Pola and the island Tabarca.
Touristeninformation Santa Pola /
Oficina de Turismo de Santa Pola
Plaza Diputación, S/N
Tel.: 966 69 22 76
Geöffnet 10:00 bis 19:00 Uhr
Touristeninformation Santa Pola Centro /
Área de Turismo
Tel.: 966 69 60 52
Geöffnet 10:00 bis 16:00 Uhr