Santa Pola is a small touristic fishing village with some 30.000 inhabitants and an area of 58,02 km2 and an altitude of 6m. It is situated in the south of the Alicante province forming part of the Baix Vinalopó area together with Elche and Crevillente.
With a mediterranean climate, Santa Pola enjoys an ideal temperature, an average temperature of 25oC in August, 12oC in January and an average annual temperature of 18oC. This data allows us to say that for the majority of the year it is Spring, making this town an ideal place for leisure all year round.
There are three basic elements to Santa Pola’s physical features: the “Sierra” of Santa Pola, a varied morphology on the coast from cliffs to the sandy beaches, passing fossil dunes and the salt lakes, named Nature reserve with high ecological and faunistic values.