It is a semi-urban beach with fine sand, crystal-clear water and a pebbled area too. There is ramp to launch small boats and a lovely walk running along the coast. The beach is shell-shaped and it is sheltered by the Cap d’Or peninsula, which makes it a perfect spot to enjoy a peaceful swim, go snorkelling, scuba diving or kayaking.
For hiking enthusiasts, it is a great place to set off on the route that takes you to the Cap d’Or watchtower.
A large urban beach with fine golden sand, which is very popular in the summer months. which is very popular in the summer months. It is at the foot of the Castle, right in the town centre of Moraira.
Close by is the Marjal del Senillar, a coastal wetland that has been declared a Wildlife Reserve, which is definitely worth a visit.
Two small coves with clean water, a fine sandy area and a pebbled area make up this semi-urban beach, which has a lovely seafront promenade, gardens and a car park beside it.
A small unspoilt rocky cove that is ideal to go diving, fishing, for a swim or simply sunbathe. The sea, which can get quite rough here on occasions, highlights the beauty of the rocks that are polished by the eternal and powerful ebb and flow of the waves. The surrounding cliffs are listed in the Sites of Community Importance (SCIs) of the EU Natura 2000 network of nature protection areas It is a great place for bird spotters to see seabirds like the northern gannet, the European shag or different species of seagulls.
It is a small pebble cove. Its deep, clear waters are perfect to go diving and fishing. There is a charming viewpoint looking over the cove with some of the most photographed scenic views of the coastline.
This pebble cove is located in the plant micro-reserve that has the same name, which is home to impressive species such as the helianthemum caput-felis. It is located on the Moraira road heading to playa del Portet, close to the entrance into the Club Naútico Moraira. This cove is perfect for snorkelling, diving and fishing.
This pebble and boulder cove has been declared a plant micro-reserve, which is home to species like the giant orchid (Barlia robertiana), the genista (Genista tricuspidata) and the morning glory (Convolvulus valentinus).