Hotel La Trancada
Hotel La Trancada offers guests a wonderfully peaceful island retreat during a stay in Santa Pola. Declared a protected Marine Reserve in 1986, the lovely island of Tabarca lies 9 kilometres off the coast of Santa Pola. During the peak summer months the island receives thousands of day trippers. However, once the last tourist boats leave the island in the early evening, those lucky enough to be remaining practically have the whole of Tabarca to themselves. Hotel La Trancada is located in the heart of the charming village and offers a choice of guest rooms. All rooms feature air conditioning, en-suite bathroom and flat screen TV. Some have access to a patio.
Guest Room Facilities & Amenities
- En-Suite Bathroom – Shower, wash hand basin, toilet, hairdryer, towels and guest toiletries.
- Full Air Conditioning/Heating
- Satellite Television
- Mini Fridge In Some Rooms
- Dressing Table & Chair
- Access To Patio In Some Rooms
- Amenities May Vary According To Room Choice
At Hotel La Trancada all room rates include breakfast. This can be enjoyed indoors or al fresco on the sun terrace. Those wishing to spend any leisure time at the hotel will find free WiFi access in the public areas. Leisure and dining facilities are more along the lines of a B&B although the staff make every effort to ensure their guest have the best stay possible. A few steps from the hotel doors and you are in the heart of the village where there are shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Hotel Facilities & Amenities
- Sun Terrace & Patio
- Comfortable Guest Lounge
- Dining Area
- Breakfast Included
- Reception Desk – Tour desk, luggage storage, ticket service.
- Air Conditioning/Heating
- Free WiFi Internet Connection In Public Areas
During a stay at Hotel La Trancada you have the whole island at your doorstep. There are several boat trips to Tabarca every day including speedy ‘water taxis' that will have you there in no time. Being a protected Marine Reserve, many visitors are there for the superb snorkelling and scuba diving. It is predominantly flat, making hiking the many nature trails a pleasure. The main beach is opposite the harbour with the village at one end and an expanse of rugged terrain at the other. Places of interest include the Governor's House and churches of St Peter and St Paul. Tabarca's restaurants are famous for their delicious fresh fish and seafood, definitely worth a splurge.