Moraira in Spain is commonly called Spaniard Saint Tropes. The palm trees, the beaches are inviting and the restaurants are many. There are many good reasons to travel to Moraira, whether you are on a day trip or choose to live in the city.

Moraira is located in the middle of Valencia and Alicante. If you drive from Marina Baja, you can choose the coastal road from Calpe. Here are charming little places in a row. The place is characterized by beautiful sandy beaches and sheltered little spots, an exclusive marina, an excellent selection of excellent restaurants and bars, as well as many shops. Moraira is located about 30 kilometers from Benidorm. You can see the Calpe mountain in the horizon if the viewing angle is correct and it is easy to find through the A-7 or N-333 motorway.

Video Moraira




Moraira’s economy transformed dramatically in the 1970s and 1980s due to international tourism. The town expanded dramatically to accommodate new holiday homes and infrastructure for tourists. Today, the permanent population of Moraira is around 10,000, although this rises to 36,000 in summer. There is a high proportion of expatriates living in the town permanently, and the area is very popular with affluent retirees, especially British. The majority of visitors to Moraira are Spanish, British, German, Dutch, and French.

Friday is the market day, with a good selection of ceramics, leather goods, fruits, flowers and vegetables. Fresh fish can be bought at the fish auction in the morning. The fishermen have been replaced by holidaymakers, but the idyll is retained. Moraira, north of the Costa Blanca, is idyllically for pleasure for both locals and holidaymakers. Other local offers include three major golf courses, gymnasium, tennis, football, squash, water sports, boat rentals and tours, horse riding, as well as go-kart racing courses for both adults and children.


Moraira boasts a very stable Mediterranean climate with approximately 300 sunny days a year. The summers are hot and the winters mild, with the surrounding foothills provide protection from harsh weather during the winter while creating a natural vortex for cooling sea breezes in the summer. The sea temperature during the summer months is up to 25 degrees and it hardly rains during the months July–August.

The Moorish influence can be seen today in buildings and architecture throughout the city, and it is seen that many of the local names originate from the Moorish language. The Moors were thrown out in the 13th century by the Catalans, who introduced the Valencian language. This still depends even today, despite Franco’s stubborn attempt to monopolize Castilean as the official Spanish. Moraira can also showcase some of the most spectacular of fireworks when the story of how the Moors were thrown at sea should be portrayed during the city’s fiesta.

Airports near to Moraira

Alicante is the best-placed airport for travel abroad, and like any major city, offers a variety of destinations and price points for the budget conscious. The working day is often seasonal, with later opening hours over the summer months, and many businesses still close during traditional siesta hours.

Alicante Airport (IATA: ALC, ICAO: LEAL), also known as Alicante-Elche Airport, is currently the fifth largest airport in Spain and is the gateway to the Costa Blanca resort region, serving both the Valencia Community and the Region of Murcia. It is located 9 kilometres southwest of Alicante city. Growing in size continuously over the past years, in March 2011 the airport got a brand new terminal building, replacing the old two terminals.

Corvera Murcia Airport is a new Airport in Murcia. Several airlines are flying in and out of Corvera Murcia Airport, covering an increasing number of flight routes. Corvera replaces Murcia San Javier Airport (for civilian flights) and is also run by AENA (the official airport authority). It has significant scope to handle many more additional routes.

Valencia Airport ( VLC ) also known as Manises Airport, is the tenth-busiest Spanish airport in terms of passengers and second in the region after Alicante. It is situated 8 km (5.0 mi) west of the city of Valencia, in Manises. The airport has flight connections to about 20 European countries and 5.79 million passengers passed through the airport in 2016.

A new regional terminal, expanded car parking facilities and apron area have been recently constructed in time for the 2007 America’s Cup. The runway has been also lengthened by 50 m (160 ft). The airport has one terminal and one runway. The former runway 04/22 is not in use and has no ILS but has a helipad at the southwestern end.

It is the main base of Iberia’s regional carrier Air Nostrum. Irish low-cost airline Ryanair used the airport as a hub since 2007 but decided to close it in November 2008 following a dispute over subsidies by the airport authorities. Since then the airline has continued to operate out of Valencia but as a relatively large destination airport, and not a base.

Car hire Moraira

Car hire in Moraira with full cover, no deposit, no excess, and zero surprises. We offer car hire with free door to door delivery/pickup service all over Costa Blanca North, including Alicante Airport and Valencia Airport. Use the search form below to find cheap all inclusive car hire in Moraira or call booking +34 653 221 333.

Your Name

Your Email

Your Phone

Cars

Pick Up Office

Return Office

Date

Thank you
Please check and try again

Get a Quote Now!

  • All inclusive with full cover
  • No deposit or excess
  • No credit card needed
  • No prepayment
  • No cancellation fee
  • Free additional driver
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Free door to door delivery anywhere on Costa Blanca North and at Valencia and Alicante Airport

 

+34 653 221 333

 


Buy property Moraira

The Costa Blanca is one of the favourite destinations for both Spaniards and Europeans to buy a 2nd home. One of the main reasons for this great influx of visitors is (besides the unrivalled climate Costa Blanca offers) the immaculate beaches stretching along the Alicante coastline. But the Costa Blanca has much more to offer in all aspects. From its mouth-watering culinary delights to the wide range of inland activities to be practised locally. The Costa Blanca is a place to be enjoyed at any time of the year. Read more about buying a property in Moraira.

Destinations on Costa Blanca North

Costa BlancaCosta Blanca NorthAlicanteValenciaAlbirAlcalaliAlfaz del PiAlteaBenidoleigBenidormBenillobaBenissaBenitachellCalpeDeniaEl VergelFinestratGata de GorgosJalonJaveaLa NuciaLliberMorairaOrbaParcentPolopPedreguerTeuladaTorrellanoVillajoyosa