75 km from Alicante, in the municipality of Teulada, we find Moraira, a small coastal town that gathers the magic of the Costa Blanca. This cozy and quiet town has been in the hearts of travelers thanks to its charm and its marine essence.
The appearance of Moraira is a faithful reflection of the melting pot of cultures that once inhabited it. Its legacy, featuring a rich artistic and historical patrimony, has been engraved in monuments like the Torre Vigia Cap d'Or of the XVI century, the church-fortress of Santa Catalina, the Cova de la Cendra or an archaeological site of the upper Paleolithic.
The Castle of Moraira, a bastion of the XVIII century, located on the seafront, was built at the time to protect the population from pirate attacks, and nowadays, provides a special charm to its coastline.
The natural surroundings of Moraira are perfect for hiking through routes like la Fuente del Horta y Benimarco, el Molino de los Castellons, la Fuente Santa, Cabeza de Oro and el Barranco de la Cala.
Like any coastal town that boasts, Moraira also has a traditional fish auction where we can discover a bit more about the art of fishing and the marine wealth of the Costa Blanca.
Although tourism has increased during the last years, the municipality retains its natural wealth and its splendid coasts. A coastline that stretches along 8 km of fine sand with six splendid beaches and a fabulous harbor. The beaches of Moraira make the difference for its clean waters and for the great variety of services and leisure offered.
Moraira has gradually become one of the most important tourist destinations on the Costa Blanca. Its unique beauty, the intense blue beaches, mild climate and the varied Mediterranean gastronomy invite us to enjoy an unforgettable holiday with family.
Playa del Portet: of fine sand and crystalline waters, Portet beach stands out for its shell shape that is sheltered from the winds. It has a perfect seabed to practice diving.
L'Ampolla: located at the foot of the castle, is the busiest and most extensive beach in Moraira. With calm waters and fine sand, there is a rocky area where you can snorkel and enjoy beautiful views of the Peñón de Ifach. In addition, we can enter in a marsh of reeds to observe ducks
L'Àndragó: l'Andragó beach is characterized by its rocky composition and the depth of its crystalline waters. The perfect combination for snorkeling. In addition, it has a viewpoint with panoramic views that you will want to immortalize in your photographs.
Cala Portitxol: near the Nautical club of Moraira we find Cala Portitxol, with translucent waters ideal for diving and fishing. This small cove is often frequented by local people looking for tranquility.
Les Platgetes: two coves with crystalline blue waters, easily accessible, which feature sand and rock. They stretch along a nice promenade where you can enjoy the breeze and the views. It is a beach that is usually quite full, as it has all kinds of services, making it very suitable for families.
One of the best options to travel to Moraira on holidays, whether with a group of friends or with the family, is to rent a villa with a private pool or a chalet, these types of accommodations offer the comforts of a home and all the freedom and independence that it entails. Moraira is a municipality with charming residential areas where there are holiday homes and independent chalets. In our website you will be able to discover a great selection of villas in Moraira, perfect for groups, to enjoy a deserved vacation.
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