Originally an old fishing village on Spain’s Costa Blanca, Moraira has grown over the years but remains one of the most unspoiled towns along the Costa Blanca. Set against a backdrop of mountains, it is a village of exceptional beauty, with magnificent views to the sea.Â The sandy beaches are in the Lâ€™Ampolla and El Portet bays where the Blue Flag award for water quality, safety and cleanliness is proudly displayed.
At the heart of the town is the original parish church and in the town square, just a short walk from the main beach and marina there are many restaurants and bars where you can sit and take in Spanish life.
On the sea front you will find beautiful views of the coastline from the eighteenth century castle, one of the few original remaining historical buildings of the town, where the spectacular annual Moors and Christians fiesta takes place in June. Whatever you want to know about living in Moraira can be found on the townhall website.Â For tourist informationÂ on sightseeing, beaches and leisure activities. visit Teulada-Moraira tourist information website.
There are many beach front bars and restaurants offering fresh produce and locally caught fish from the fish market in Moraira. Alternatively, you may wish to choose from the wide variety of international dishes available to suit all tastes and budgets.
Moraira is a picturesque destination whether you wish to retire or if you are looking for a family home and offers the choice of two international schools and many recreational facilities to enjoy such as water sports, golf or joining one of the many clubs and associations.