Moraira as holiday domicile is an excellent choice. Here and in the area around you´ll find numerous attractions and destinations awaiting you.
Teulada-Moraira itself has a lot to offer: a beautiful old town, the historic castle and glamorous promenades as well as yacht harbors. Golf courts, theme parcs and impressive landscapes are located in immediate proximity to your holiday resort. Also a visit to the “shoe city” Elche or any of the many other surrounding municipalities will be worth a visit – and for those who want to see the big city lights, Valencia and Alicante aren´t far away.
All of our villas are awaiting you with gathered information on all the attractions of the region.
Valencia – renowned for the Fallas, paella, sun and the Spanish zest for life – has been delighting those visiting Spain from all over the world for a long time. Here, the modern world meets tradition; the pulsating nightlife is as impressive as the historic city centre.
Jávea is always worth a visit: the small town on the Costa Blanca is the perfect place to experience Spanish history, culture and tradition at close quarters.
The sea in front, the mountains behind and the mild climate of the Costa Blanca – in Denia you can experience it all. And when it comes to planning excursions and relaxing days during your holiday, this small town on the “White Coast” should not be overlooked.
In your holiday resort of Teulada-Moraira, you will be greeted with open arms. Enjoy the unspoilt nature, wonderful beaches and picturesque old centre of the small fishing town of Moraira and visit the surrounding community of Teulada.
The most unusual attraction of Calpe: the chalk outcrop of Peñón de Ifach. This giant rock looks over the region and is a reliable and familiar symbol of the entire area around Moraira.
Alicante: Spain’s sophisticated port, which also has the feel of a small town in parts, for both beach and city holidays. Whether it’s gardens with palm trees, sporting pleasures or a beach oasis that you are looking for– there’s something for everyone here. One thing is certain about the beautiful port: it’s the perfect destination for a trip.
The town of Elche in the province of Alicante is known for its palm trees, which make it a UNECO World Heritage Site. The entire urban landscape of this oasis on the Mediterranean is marked by palm trees – it really is impossible to imagine Elche without its exotic source of shade.
Torrevieja is located between two lagoons and the Mediterranean, and along with its large nature park, beautiful beaches and wide range of cultural offerings and services, it has plenty of other highlights to offer.
The race to Benidorm never stops. No wonder: Benidorm has a lot to offer, including three leisure parks. And when it comes to nightlife, Spain’s home of the skyscraper is one of the first ports of call on the Costa Blanca.