Club Nautico Moraira

Club Nautico Moraira Local Area - Alicante

Club Nautico Moraira

Longitude: 00° 8' 3" E

Latitude: 38° 41' 00" N

Spanish Coast Spanish Coast

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A seductive mix of sophisticated city centres and secluded havens of ivory sand, set in stunning cerulean seas   view

Up until the 1970s Moraira was a coastal hamlet where local fishermen lived and stored their boats and nets. Today very little remains beyond the castle and the parish church, which have both been restored, and the town’s historic roots as a fishing village are also evidenced by its fish market – one of the most popular in a region.

Following significant development, Moraira has grown to become a popular tourist resort, with visitors drawn by its vast coastline backed by scenic mountains and vineyards. Three sandy beaches and several rocky coves and inlets attract snorkelers and scuba divers seeking aquatic fun.

Moraira is also known for its gastronomic offerings, with several well-regarded restaurants located here. Shoppers are also well catered for with everything from standard tourist fayre, to designer clothing, art galleries, spanish leather goods and fresh produce that in local bakers, butchers and fish mongers.