You'll find open friendly people, a beautiful landscape and some great beaches in the peaceful town of Pulpí and its beach area, San Juan de los Terreros.
It's so perfect that even Spanish people choose to holiday here, to stroll along the streets of the old town and chill out on beaches like La Serena, named for its calm waters.
Pulpí is also in a great location, close to some amazing attractions like the Alhambra Palace at Grenada or Mini Hollywood in the desert area around Tabernas.
More reasons to like Pulpí
Reason One: Wonderful beaches; float in the superb calm waters at Mar Serena or explore the delightful rock pools and snorkel in the clear waters of Cala Cerrada.
Reason Two: The sunshine brings everything to life, from bright orange orchards to dusky olive groves, all the way down to the azure sea.
Reason Three: It's a great place to relax and the town has everything you could need for daily life from newspapers to fresh fruit and tender meat or fish for the barbecue.
Reason Four: It's in an enviable location, within easy travelling distance of the airport and close to places of great interest from Mini Hollywood to Moorish Mojácar.
Reason Five: MASA guarantees the lowest prices on property in Pulpí. We'll help you to find a new home you'll love with the ideal features for you and your family.
Find complete relaxation in the peaceful town of Pulpí and its beach area, 8 km away at San Juan de los Terreros. This authentic Spanish town is home to open, friendly people, a beautiful landscape and some great beaches.
This area is superb for hiking and cycling. The colourful countryside and coastal landscapes provide a wonderful backdrop to your journey.
If you feel fit enough, a walk up the steep path along the coast at San Juan will take you to the 16th century castle, where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views.
You’re also well placed for visiting some great attractions including the impressive Alhambra Palace at Grenada and Mini Hollywood at Tabernas, location of some of Hollywood’s greatest films.
There are kilometres of peaceful golden sands and secluded coves along this stretch of the Med and the climate is so good, you can enjoy the beach in winter too.
Almost all of the beaches at San Juan de los Terreros are great for children and the youngest will love the safe, clean sand at Mar Serena, named for its calm, clear waters.
Blue Flag San Juan de los Terreros is another sandy beach with facilities for a number of water sports, while further north there are some delightful little coves and inlets to discover.
Older kids and adults will enjoy the rock pools at Cala Cerrada; this shell-shaped, secluded cove has beautiful transparent water, so it’s great for snorkeling too.
Mar Rabiosa is also worth a visit; go when the tide is low and you can walk across to the small uninhabited island of El Pichirrichi.
There are several beaches on this stretch of coast, which are accessible for people whose mobility is less than it once was. Cala Cuartel, with good facilities, is easy to get to, while Calipso is a smaller, busier beach with good access.