There are plenty of attractions in and around Moraira to explore. Some of the most popular ones include the Moraira Castle, the Moraira Marina, and the Algar Waterfalls. However, this is the perfect spot from which to explore the Costa Blanca, Alicante, Valencia City and whole Comunidad Valenciana…

Valencian Community

The area between Valencia City and Alicante City, along the beautiful Costa Blanca, is a popular vacation destination for its stunning natural beauty, charming towns, and exciting attractions. Here are just a few of the highlights of this picturesque region.

  • Beaches: With miles of coastline, the Costa Blanca is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. From quiet coves to bustling urban beaches, there’s something for everyone. Some of the most popular options include La Malvarrosa Beach in Valencia, Playa de San Juan in Alicante, and the stunning Cala del Moraig in Benitachell.
  • Historic Towns: The area is also known for its charming and historic towns, each with its own unique character and attractions. Some of our favorites include the fortified city of Peniscola, the picturesque town of Altea, and the beautiful medieval town of Morella.
  • Natural Parks: The region is home to several stunning natural parks, perfect for hiking, cycling, and exploring the great outdoors. Some of the most popular parks include the Albufera Natural Park, the Sierra de Espadan Natural Park, and the Montgo Natural Park.
  • Attractions: There are plenty of attractions to explore in this region, from historical landmarks to modern amusement parks. Some of the most popular include the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, the Terra Mitica amusement park in Benidorm, and the Castle of Santa Barbara in Alicante.
  • Food and Wine: The region is also known for its delicious food and wine, with plenty of local restaurants and vineyards to explore. Some of the most popular dishes include paella, seafood, and traditional stews, while the local wines are some of the best in the country.

Hidden Gems

    1. Cova Tallada – This stunning cave is located in Javea and can only be accessed by boat or by hiking along the coast. The cave is a popular spot for swimming and cliff jumping.
    2. Parque Natural del Penyal d’Ifac – This natural park is located in Calpe, just a short drive from Moraira and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. The park is home to the famous Penyal d’Ifac rock, which rises 332 meters above the Mediterranean Sea.
    3. Fonts de l’Algar – Located in nearby Callosa d’en Sarria, this natural park features a series of waterfalls and pools, making it a great spot for swimming and picnicking.
    4. Plaça del Convent – This beautiful plaza is located in the heart of Benissa and features a beautiful church and several quaint cafes and restaurants.
    5. Jardín de Santos Antonios – This hidden garden is located in Javea and features a variety of exotic plants and flowers, as well as several sculptures and fountains.
    6. Mirador del Castell – This viewpoint in Moraira offers stunning views of the coastline and the surrounding countryside. It can be reached by a short hike up the hill from the town center.
    7. Cap de la Nao – This beautiful cape is located in Javea and offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. The area is also a popular spot for hiking and rock climbing.
    8. Les Rotes – This beautiful stretch of coastline in Denia features crystal-clear waters and several hidden coves and beaches.
    9. Plaza de la Iglesia – This charming square is located in the center of Javea’s old town and features a beautiful church and several quaint shops and cafes.
    10. Casa Museo de la Magia – Located in nearby Benidorm, this museum features a collection of magic artifacts and memorabilia and offers live magic shows and performances.

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