Moraira, Costa Blanca, Spain

Retaining it's charm, the resort of Moraira in the Costa Blanca sits just 30 minutes from Benidorm and an hour from the Alicante Airport. Once a fishing village the resort offers superb fish restaurants overlooking the port, with a fish market held six days a week.


The main beach in Moraira is a lovely stretch of golden sand nestled in a bay next to the resort centre, it features a beach snack bar and a children's play area. Within the resort a wide choice of bars and restaurants, offering all types of cuisines and something for all budgets.

A permanent fairground can be found opposite the town centre, ideal for families with most rides suitable for young children. Further activities to be found within the area include karting, horse-riding and a variety of watersports.

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Moraira Hotels (2)

Gema Hotel is ideal for families, with on-site amenities including swimming pool, kid's pool, playground and a games room....

Situated just a short distance from the town centre, the Hotel Swiss Moraira is ideal for enjoying a relaxing break....

Things to do

For fun days out, Benidorm is the place to head, home to the Terra Mitica theme park and neighbouring TerraNatura zoo and aquapark, the Mundomar Sea Life and Animal Park and next to this is Aqualandia Benidorm aquapark.

The Terra Mitica theme park has adrenaline rides and kids rides, set amid ancient Mediterranean themes, with daily shows, ranging from Roman circus acts to Egyptian and Greek dancers, there's also plenty of cafes and fast food outlets to keep you going for the whole day.

The TerraNatura Aquapark features a wave pool, hydrotherapy pool, kids pool, chutes for all ages, grassed picnic areas and a sun deck with jacuzzis. TerraNatura Zoo boasts over 1500 animals living in beautifully landscaped natural habitats including many endangered species.

The Mundomar Sea Life and Animal Park is a landscaped tropical delight with plenty of animals and colourful birds. Spend the whole day here and you can watch a host of entertaining shows with dolphins and sea lions, parrots and exotic birds. Families can take a break at the children's play area and when you're hungry, there is an a'la carte restaurant as well as a cafe, snack bar and a number of kiosks to choose from.

Aqualandia Benidorm aquapark has plenty of eateries and everything you need for a fun filled day from kamikaze chutes and exhilarating rapids to the relaxing jacuzzi pool and kid's adventureland.

Nearby places of interest

Around a 45-minute drive inland from Moraira (approx 25km) is the village of Guadalest, a strategic military stronghold with fortifications dating back to 715AD. It's a popular tourist attraction and its cobbled streets are filled with shops, crafts and restaurants.

Just 16km from Moraira is the natural beauty spot of 'Las Fuentes del Algar' (the Algar waterfalls), this is a great place for a picnic and enjoy a refreshing dip in one its freshwater pools (to get the most out of your visit it's worth taking some water shoes to help with the pebbly water bed).

For an interesting day out take a daytrip into the old town of Altea, with its blue domed church of Nuestra Senora de Consuelo, wander down the narrow, cobbled streets lined with many arts and crafts shops.

Graph displaying average temperatures throughout the year at Moraira


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