Elche and Santa Pola, a sea of palm trees and salt

Two places with great charm with plenty history to discover in Bajo Vinalopó area. Romans and Muslims shaped a sea of ​​palm trees that became World Heritage Site. Water and salt give life to a unique and diverse ecosystem. A visit that will surprise you.

Plan of the day:

  • Pick up at the agreed meeting point.
  • Visit to Elche, the attraction of a past marked by water and crops, where we will visit:
    • Municipal Park, Molino Real, palm trees and orchards.
    • Archaeological remains of walls and pits, Altamira Palace.
    • Basilica of Santa María, medieval village, archaeological remains of the Arab baths.
    • Medieval town hall, pedestrian streets, Glorieta.
    • Palace of Congresses, Huerto del Cura gardens .
    • Free time.
  • Visit to Santa Pola, a place living by the sea, where we will visit:
    • Salinas Park and Salt Museum.
    • Port, fish market, fish stalls.
    • Traditional streets, Plaza de la Glorieta, castle, beach.
    • Free time.
  • Viewpoint of Cabo de Santa Pola.
  • Return to the meeting point.
  • End of visit.

Meeting point: Plaza de los Luceros

Plaza de los Luceros 11 (Floristería Los Claveles). 03005 Alicante

Hours and duration.

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., approximately 6 hours.

Timing able to fit your schedule.

Language.

English.

Possibility to having your tour in Spanish, French, Italian and Valencian.

Price.

2 people, 70 euros per person

3 people, 55 euros per person.

4 people, 50 euros per person.

From 5 to 8 people, 45 euros per person.

Check out for minors and groups.

It includes.

• Transportation.

• Entrance ticket Arab Baths and Huerto del Cura.

• Bottle of water.

• Official guide throughout the whole tour.

• Outside and inside visits (depending on availability).

• Accident and civil liability insurance.

Adapted visit.

Consult.

Covid-19 protocol.

Temperature measurement, use of mandatory mask, safety distance and groups according to regulations.