Where To Go

Spain

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The Beach Carabasi Beach -Click To Enlarge

Jan 16th, 2011

Carabassi Beach A 20 minute stroll from the Villa.  Newly constructed board walks take you down over the sand dunes onto the golden sands.  Here you can safely play and swim or stroll along the shore line to the next  resort of Arenales.



Tabarca

Jan 6th, 2011

Tabarca is the smallest permanently inhabited islet in Spain and is best known for its marine reserve. Daily ferries can be taken from Santa Pola or Alicante. The ferry boats have under water viewing windows so you can view the marine life.



Salt ponds

Jan 6th, 2011

On the outskirts of Santa Pola you must visit the Salinas de Santa Pola (salt mines) a natural park. You will be graced with an incredible view of flamingos (reaching over 3000 at the end of summer) and two very unique kinds of ducks among other birds.



Santa Pola

Jan 6th, 2011

Santa Pola is a coastal fishing and tourist town. It has a Renaissance Castle-Fortress built in the 16th centrary to defend itself from the pirate attacks. This building is found in the city centre and has a very strict military appearance. It houses the magnificent Archaeological Museum and the Fishing Museum with a rich selection
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Benidorm

Jan 6th, 2011

Prior to the 1960s, Benidorm was a small village. Today it stands out for its hotel industry, beaches and skyscrapers, all built as a result of tourism. Benidorm’s growth is due to the package holiday explosion, and continues year round, due to the night-life based around the  bars and clubs. There are large numbers of
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Alicante

Jan 6th, 2011

A 20minute drive or bus ride into Alicante, the main city on the coast line. Amongst the most notable feature of the city is the Castle of Santa Barbara situated on Mount Benacantil overlooking the city, The port of Alicante with its beautiful harbour and many visiting Cruise Liners. The promenade Explanada de España, lined
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Carabasi Complex

Apr 7th, 2010

A short walk from the Villa heading down towards the sea. An array of businesses offering a selection of bars, restaurants, live entertainment and shopping – Spanish, Dutch, Irish and English to name a few! Many restaurants are open early and offer breakfast making it a good starting point for the day.