The town of Moraira is a tranquil small town on the Costa Blanca, approximately 12 kilometers away from Junction 63 on the A7 Motorway.
This old fishing town is now a thriving destination for the discerning, with the Mediterranean Sea stretching out in front, and a beautiful Bernia mountain range behind, Moraira boasts a wonderful climate throughout the year. Alongside its tourism, the town manages to mix all the necessary and modern services into its typical fishing port ambiance, including the magnificent fish auction that is held from Tuesday to Sunday in the Lonja (public exchange market) right in the port area.
The Moraira Marina boasts some magnificent boats and an excellent Yacht Club., which is open to the public for food and drinks.
The Province of Alicante is well-known for having both fine sandy beaches, rocky beaches, and rocky coves which are great for snorkelling. Either on foot or with small boats, this 8km long stretch of beach area has crystal clear waters, restaurants right on the beach, parking areas, Red Cross services and showers.
One of the favourite coves with a sandy beach with rocks at each end and a lot of history is the one called El Portet. It was the place of shelter for Phoenician, Greek, Roman, Arab or privateer sailing or trading ships. Today it's a well-equipped beach for doing all kinds of nautical sports. And from there you can take a stroll up to the watch tower on the Cap d’Or ( the Golden Cape). This tower is on the most elevated part of the cape, overlooking the beach mentioned before. The Cova de les Cendres ( the Cendres Cove) is an Archaeological field from the Upper Palaeolithic times about 40 metres above sea level. In the near future there will be a museum near this cove with all the findings. The castle of Moraira was built in 1742 and there is a shield from the Royal Borbon family over the door way.