The Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca | A Perfect Spanish Ingredient

The Costa Blanca | A Perfect Spanish Ingredient

The Costa Blanca consists of 200km of wonderful coastline, the idyllic location for some of the best luxury villas in Spain. A province of Alicante, Costa Blanca attracts millions of tourists to its shores every year. To the north are the popular resort towns of Denia and Javea and to the South the Costa Blanca goes down to Guardamar, Torrevieja and the Costa Calida.

The small and quaint resort of Moraira is situated towards the northern side of Costa Blanca and retains a beauty and charm that is waiting to be discovered by those who are willing to head off the beaten track. Just South of Javea Moraira offers up a blend of stylish cafes and restaurants and also has its own small castle attached to the sandy beach.

The Costa Blanca

With over 300 days of sunshine in an average year the Costa Blanca region of Spain has one of the best climates in the world. The temperature in Moraira boasts an average of  28C alone. The tranquil town is nestled between the mountains and the sea between Denia, Altea and Calpe. There are many attractions alongside the Costa Blanca and the town manages to combine modern services with its fishing background.

The 8 km of sandy and rocky beaches in Moraira have been awarded the Blue Flag of the European Community and can be enjoyed on foot or by boat or from a restaurant overlooking the expanse of the beach. Head for the cove of Portet to take part in water sports activities and afterwards take a leisurely walk up to the watch out tower near the Cap (the Golden Cape) for some spectacular views. The Cova de les Cendre is full of archaeological treasures, 40 meters above sea level the cove is well worth a visit.

Moraira is served by three airports Alicante Airport, Valencia and Murcia and the journey from Alicante and Valencia to Moraira is just 80km and 120km respectively. Traveling into Moraira along the national highway offers great views of the vineyards and there is a nice wine cellar you may want to stop off at along the way.

The fantastic beaches of the Costa Blanca attract visitors back time and time again. For those looking to enjoy the beauty of the Costa Blanca, whilst surrounding themselves in a traditional unspoilt setting, head North to the smaller resort of Moraira and rent out a luxury villa in Spain.

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