Information about Moraira Costa Blanca
Moraira Town Morairas roots as a fishing village have not changed much and today the fishermen still go out in the early hours each day bringing back a fresh catch which is sold by auction at the traditional fish market, one of the most popular in the Costa Blanca region. Moraira is also famous for the growing of Muscatel grapes for wine making.
Moraira Town is a small coastal town part of Teulada, in the La Marina Alta district lying 80 km north of the city of Alicante and 100 km south of Valencia. Moraira remains one of the most unspoilt resorts on the Costa Blanca, with 8 km of beautiful coastline backed by mountains, and a large vineyard covering 7 km2.
Hotel Los Limoneros 3-star hotel
Moraira’s roots as a fishing village have not changed much, and today the fishermen still go out in the early hours each day, bringing back a fresh catch which is sold by auction at the traditional fish market, one of the most popular in the Costa Blanca region. Moraira is also famous for the growing of Muscatel grapes for wine making.
Built in 1985, the Moraira Club Náutico has become one of the main nautical attractions of the Valencian Community and was one of the first to achieve the Blue Flag distinction for the cleanest shorelines in Europe.
Below you will find a few properties to rent in Moraira Town Centre.
To see those available CLICK ABOVE. Ther are 9 available.
Moraira is also seen as a culinary destination. Every year in December 11 restaurants organize together with the municipality a Gourmet week with international chefs, show cookings etc. Three restaurants are listed in Gourmetour (The Spanish Michelin Guide)being: Ca Pepe, Le Dauphin and La Sort. This makes Moraira very appealing to people who are into quality food of the Michelin star agenda as such a small place has three fantastic restaurants
MORAIRA, Spain, Video showing the town.
This small but perfectly formed town lies on the coast just 30 kilometres north of Benidorm and remains one of the most unspoilt resorts on the Costa Blanca. Many British expats have made this their permanent home. The town is situated around its beautiful marina area and it is here you will find Moraira’s restaurant scene. Take in a meal while being serenaded with live music or browse around the marina.
Moraira has a lovely sandy beach and is a haven of peace and tranquillity. The old quarter is perfect for strolling and browsing around. Here you will find a selection of artisan shops.
During the evening enjoy a meal alfresco and let the night atmosphere envelop you, sit back and relax. After dinner browse around the craft market and perhaps take home a local souvenir or piece of hand made jewellery.
There is a regular coach service from Benidorm bus station. If you’re driving then simply head along the N332 north and follow directions.
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Info also lists the Local Hot Water Spas many of them dating back to Roman times
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