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Price and Availability Index in Santa Pola
Vacation Rental Price Information in Santa Pola
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Santa Pola for the next twelve months. Prices rise in June and reach an average of $141 a night (6/29 - 7/6), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Prices decrease in April to an average of $78 per night (4/6 - 4/13).
Rental Availability Information in Santa Pola
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Santa Pola. The week with the least available rentals is in January (1/11 - 1/18), with only 38% of the rentals available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of October (10/19 - 10/26), as only 9% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Santa Pola
This is the climate diagram in Santa Pola. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 44° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
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Santa Pola is a rewarding place to explore, with golden beaches, nature reserves and the scenic island of Tabarca just off the coast, whilst vacation rentals include bright apartments with access to a pool, and spacious oceanfront houses.
Eating out in Santa Pola
One of the Costa Blanca's most foodie-friendly resort towns, Santa Pola is rich in flavoursome cuisine. Many of its superb restaurants source their ingredients at its enormous food market, which takes place on Saturdays and Mondays in the main square. Visit and have a go at haggling with the friendly vendors. To refuel after a day of exploring, head to one of the superb wine bars selling traditional tapas. 'Tapas' means 'top' in Spanish, referring to whatever was cooking on top of the pots at the roadside inns traditionally frequented by passing farmers. In Santa Pola and across Spain, tapas is still the centrepiece of a memorable evening out with friends and family.
Don't miss out on the Castillo Fortaleza de Santa Pola, located in the center of town. This spectacular fortress is an imposing feature of the city skyline and an interesting place to learn about the history of the area. A little off the beaten path but equally worth a visit are the Iron Age cave drawings at Cueva de las Aranas. Bring a torch and marvel at these drawings that appear exactly as they did when they were originally made, long ago.
Parque natural de las Salinas de Santa Pola
This park has ecological value as a micro reserve for nesting birds, and as its name suggests, 19th-century salt mines define the landscape. Consequently, birds have flocked to the area, feeding on the fish and invertebrates inhabiting the mineral-rich waters. Be sure to visit the Salt Museum here.
Playa de Levante
This sizeable beach in nearby Benidorm melts into the turquoise ocean as the towers and spires of the city rise behind. Well served by restaurants and cafés, you'll find areas devoted to every imaginable water sport, and ample space for relaxation.
Santa Pola Aquarium
Explore underwater life at this modern aquarium, which showcases the diverse array of sea life that inhabits this part of the Mediterranean. Nine large tanks filled with fish of all varieties may spur you on to encounter these wonders in the wild with your snorkel.
Your kids will love you for bringing them to this theme park, where seasonal festivals complement its thirty attractions. You'll also discover gardens, restaurants and bright lights twinkling at every corner.
Currently designated as a marine reserve, Tabarca Island is populated by Genoese fisherman families and is a great place for snorkelling. Across the idyllic island you'll find white shuttered villas, cobbled streets, orange trees and dramatic caves.
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