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MORAIRA

Views of a beach in Moraira

MORAIRA

Views of a beach in Moraira

ABOUT MORAIRA

Despite its dramatical growth in recent years, Moraira is still a small town that preserves its privileged environment, which gives a special attraction to this small and charming Mediterranean population.

With population growth, also comes growth in real estate agents. Moraira is the area with the largest number of real estate agents, but we at Moraira Invest Group stand out as the go-to estate agent in Moraira for higher end properties and luxury villas.

Panoramic views over the port of Moraira

Moraira is a true gem on the Costa Blanca, located in the province of Alicante, it is one of the most charming small towns of the Costa Blanca. It is a small village belonging to the municipality of Teulada at 6 km inland, between the towns of Calpe and Javea. It is located 75 km from the city of Alicante and just 31 km from Benidorm.

The laid-back atmosphere attracts people from different nationalities to spend a holiday or even settle down here. In summer, it is a bustling place with happy tourists enjoying all that is good. But also, out of summer, the town remains a cheerful treasure. It has about 14,000 inhabitants of whom surprisingly 60% are foreigners who have made this city their place of residence for its beauty, its good infrastructure and services, friendliness and hospitality of its people and especially its average temperature of 18º.

Moraira is surrounded by hillsides where pine trees and beautiful villas create a delightful scenery. Its old town retains a rich cultural heritage and keeps some secrets to visitors in the form of historic buildings, fortified churches, watchtowers, castles and walls. The main defensive fortress and the most interesting cultural visits are Castillo de Moraira,  Cap d’or tower and Iglesia Fortaleza de Santa Catalina, but there are other interesting historical buildings.

As previously mentioned, Moraira is also full of real estate agencies, but don’t get overwhelmed by all the options. If you take a good look online and do some research, you’ll quickly realize that we stand out as the better estate agent in Moraira, with our top tier services ranging from customer service to administration, to marketing and after-sales.

Aerial view of the port of Moraira

Moraira beaches and natural environment

Its 8 km of coastline are the main attraction of this region, with 7 beautiful beaches dotted around its geography that stand out for the quality of its waters, cleanliness and the amount of services and facilities offered, a good example is the Playa del Portet. Therefore, it is not surprising that many of these beaches have been awarded the blue flag by the European Union. Its beautiful marina is another attraction of the place.

EL PORTET

According to many, the nicest bay on the Costa Blanca. The beach is small but perfect with children because of the shallow water. Admire the hillside where the happy few settles while sipping your apéritif and enjoying the evening sun.

L´AMPOLLA

The largest beach of Moraira, golden sand, right aside the centre of the village, landmarked by Moraira´s Castle.

PLATGETES

A sandy beach combined with a rocky shore. An excellent area for all kind of watersports, like waterski, kayak, parasailing, stand-up-paddle, etcetera.

CALA DE L´ANDRAGO AND CAP BLANC

Both rocky beaches with a lush underwater flora and fauna; a genuine paradise for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Moraira is proud to have lived the last years of tourism development while maintaining and preserving its privileged environment knowing how to conserve their natural resources with sustainable development slowing the destruction of their coasts. Hiking and active tourism enthusiasts will also find in Moraira a perfect spot for doing different routes with beautiful landscapes.

Views of the port in Moraira at the Costa Blanca

Moraira, the perfect holiday destination

In Moraira there are plenty of possibilities for those who want some action. There is the Golf Club de Ifach. You can make boat trips, play tennis, practice all kinds of water sports, go hiking or mountain biking, karting, et cetera.

LOCAL MARKETS AND FIESTAS

The Friday morning market in Moraira is a real happening. People from all surrounding villages come to the market to buy their fresh fruit, vegetables, spices and olives. You can also find clothes, shoes, hardware, toys and souvenirs.

Like all Spanish villages Moraira has several local fiestas. Famous is the “Moros y Cristianos” with impressive parades and music. There is also the fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen with spectacular fireworks and a traditional procession.

If you come to Moraira make sure you visit the peculiar fish auction, enjoy the rich cuisine at one of its restaurants or eat some tapas and ask for a local wine. Do not hesitate, if you’ve never been to Moraira, come visit it. You will not regret it!

ABOUT MORAIRA

Despite its dramatical growth in recent years, Moraira is still a small town that preserves its privileged environment, which gives a special attraction to this small and charming Mediterranean population.

With population growth, also comes growth in real estate agents. Moraira is the area with the largest number of real estate agents, but we at Moraira Invest Group stand out as the go-to estate agent in Moraira for higher end properties and luxury villas.

Panoramic views over the port of Moraira

Moraira is a true gem on the Costa Blanca, located in the province of Alicante, it is one of the most charming small towns of the Costa Blanca. It is a small village belonging to the municipality of Teulada at 6 km inland, between the towns of Calpe and Javea. It is located 75 km from the city of Alicante and just 31 km from Benidorm.

The laid-back atmosphere attracts people from different nationalities to spend a holiday or even settle down here. In summer, it is a bustling place with happy tourists enjoying all that is good. But also, out of summer, the town remains a cheerful treasure. It has about 14,000 inhabitants of whom surprisingly 60% are foreigners who have made this city their place of residence for its beauty, its good infrastructure and services, friendliness and hospitality of its people and especially its average temperature of 18º.

Moraira is surrounded by hillsides where pine trees and beautiful villas create a delightful scenery. Its old town retains a rich cultural heritage and keeps some secrets to visitors in the form of historic buildings, fortified churches, watchtowers, castles and walls. The main defensive fortress and the most interesting cultural visits are Castillo de Moraira,  Cap d’or tower and Iglesia Fortaleza de Santa Catalina, but there are other interesting historical buildings.

As previously mentioned, Moraira is also full of real estate agencies, but don’t get overwhelmed by all the options. If you take a good look online and do some research, you’ll quickly realize that we stand out as the better estate agent in Moraira, with our top tier services ranging from customer service to administration, to marketing and after-sales.

Aerial view of the port of Moraira

Moraira beaches and natural environment

Its 8 km of coastline are the main attraction of this region, with 7 beautiful beaches dotted around its geography that stand out for the quality of its waters, cleanliness and the amount of services and facilities offered, a good example is the Playa del Portet. Therefore, it is not surprising that many of these beaches have been awarded the blue flag by the European Union. Its beautiful marina is another attraction of the place.

EL PORTET

According to many, the nicest bay on the Costa Blanca. The beach is small but perfect with children because of the shallow water. Admire the hillside where the happy few settles while sipping your apéritif and enjoying the evening sun.

L´AMPOLLA

The largest beach of Moraira, golden sand, right aside the centre of the village, landmarked by Moraira´s Castle.

PLATGETES

A sandy beach combined with a rocky shore. An excellent area for all kind of watersports, like waterski, kayak, parasailing, stand-up-paddle, etcetera.

CALA DE L´ANDRAGO AND CAP BLANC

Both rocky beaches with a lush underwater flora and fauna; a genuine paradise for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Moraira is proud to have lived the last years of tourism development while maintaining and preserving its privileged environment knowing how to conserve their natural resources with sustainable development slowing the destruction of their coasts. Hiking and active tourism enthusiasts will also find in Moraira a perfect spot for doing different routes with beautiful landscapes.

Views of the port in Moraira at the Costa Blanca

Moraira, the perfect holiday destination

In Moraira there are plenty of possibilities for those who want some action. There is the Golf Club de Ifach. You can make boat trips, play tennis, practice all kinds of water sports, go hiking or mountain biking, karting, et cetera.

LOCAL MARKETS AND FIESTAS

The Friday morning market in Moraira is a real happening. People from all surrounding villages come to the market to buy their fresh fruit, vegetables, spices and olives. You can also find clothes, shoes, hardware, toys and souvenirs.

Like all Spanish villages Moraira has several local fiestas. Famous is the “Moros y Cristianos” with impressive parades and music. There is also the fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen with spectacular fireworks and a traditional procession.

If you come to Moraira make sure you visit the peculiar fish auction, enjoy the rich cuisine at one of its restaurants or eat some tapas and ask for a local wine. Do not hesitate, if you’ve never been to Moraira, come visit it. You will not regret it!

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