Brief history

The configuration of the bay of Alicante, lined with many of the winds that whip the coastline and whose sandy bottoms and algae populate the waves of storms, have fostered the establishment of human settlements from very distant times. These indigenous populations took advantage of the shelter of the Alicante roadstead, bordered to the north by Cabo de las Huertas and to the south by Santa Pola, to prosper.

Chronology of history

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