Isla De Tabarca, Santa Pola

Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
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3.3/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
An island populated by low houses, Isla De Tabarca was declared a marine reserve in 1986. Boats leaving Alicante, Santa Pola, and Torrevieja transport tourists to the island throughout the year, making more frequent trips during the summer months. The seafood restaurants in the fishing village draw visitors to their fresh fish delicacies. The tallest buildings on the islet are the church and the lighthouse, both worth a visit during your stay on the 1,750 m (5,741 ft) strip of land. Bring your binoculars for bird-watching and your camera to preserve peaceful panoramic views over the water. Our Santa Pola trip builder makes visiting Isla De Tabarca and other Santa Pola attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We had an enjoyable visit here - but that was mainly due to the people we came with, rather than the delights of the island itself. We caught a boat from Santa Pola - good value at 10 euros return. Th...  read more »
  • Excellent if you like the sea, what the people did not seem to be anything special, but to spend a few days of relaxation and perfect disconnection, that if outside the high season.
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  • Is an island fantastic, very relaxing for my the experience was very good, certainly not is me would happen go in summer, according to comment them locals this island is visited by up to 6000 people daily and that not is for my.
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