Enjoy a stay from Friday to Sunday in Santa Pola and take the opportunity to learn the secrets of its gastronomy by eating in one of its prestigious restaurants
2 Night stay at the selected Accommodation
Menu Caldero de Santa Pola (Restaurant La Taberna de Lucía)
Marinero Menu- (Restaurant Tinta Rojat)
Arrival to the selected accommodation on Friday and free time to make a first contact with the Population of Santa Pola. We suggest you take advantage o fan informal dinner. On Saturday, after the free morning, lunch at the Taberna de Lucía Restaurant, where you will get to know the exceptional Menu based on Caldero de Santa Pola. Rest of the day free, so you have time to you know the night offer of the city. On Sunday, free morning and Lunch at the Tinta Roja Restaurant, where an exclusive Mariner Menu awaits you. Return to the point of origin.
At any time you can review the specific conditions of each service during the booking process. At the end of the reservation you must make the payment with a credit / debit card, after making the payment we will send you by email the documentation for the trip (Vouches), that will also be available in your customer area of this website
Santa Pola and the sea have been united since the beginning of the time. There was already an Iberian settlement at the mouth of the Vinalopó river and the Romans had an important port in a different place than today. In its 15 kilometers of coastline, Santa Pola has 11 kilometers of fine sand beaches. Other natural areas of great interest are the salt flats, as well as the mountains and the cape of Santa Pola and the nearby Isla de Tabarca. As for the historical heritage, the castle fortress, Renaissance style, around which the current population was formed stands out. Also, stand out different watchtowers and several museums dedicated to the sea. Today Santa Pola is a dynamic city that offers a unique gastronomic, cultural and entertainment offer. Much more than the Sea.