Nice Bungalow in Santa Pola in the third line of the beach.
The -Penthouse Bungalow built on three floors with 3 bedrooms, a shower room, 2 bathrooms, American style kitchen set with Calon-room, 2 balconies, terrace with BBQ, air conditioning, parking. The property is very well located, close access to the beach, bus stop at 50m !!!!!!!
It is a coastal town, with 52.8 square kilometers, much of which is protected by natural landscapes. The core of the population is developed with the port and the castle as the center, but limited by two natural areas that flank it. To the west, lies the Natural Park Salinas de Santa Pola, and east are the Sierra and Cape Santa Pola.
The coastline is 13 km and can be divided into several sectors. From the southern border town Elche to find a thin strip of sand, which is what separates the salt of the sea; in this area are the beaches of El Pinet and La Gola. The urban beaches are Tamarit, Lisa and Gran Playa west of the port; and east of Levante, the coves of Santiago Bernabeu (a succession of small beaches, artificially separated by breakwaters) and Varadero, which is adjacent to the shipyards. From then on, the entire coast of the Cape is narrow and rugged, with small coves that are under the acantilado.7 The place itself is geodesic vertex of first order and is also known as l'Aljub out. Has thereon a third-order lighthouse installed since 1858 on the old tower Atalayola.8 Front after less than three nautical miles, is Tabarca, Isla Plana or also called Santa Pola, which belongs to Township Alicante.9
The relief shows three completely different areas: NE 10 is occupied by the mountains of Santa Pola, a kind of tabular promontory composed of blue marl and yellow molasses which reaches a maximum altitude of 143 meters where is the faro.7 NO area inland of that range, corresponds to a level of quaternary type which has developed the only agricultural area of the term, while the entire southern half coincides with the marshy area of the Albufera de Elche, separated from the sea by an arrow of sand dunes. In this marshland area came extracting salt from time immemorial, but large farms that dominate the landscape came into being in the late nineteenth century (700 hectares in the Port BRAC) and expanded in the early century XX.7
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