Moraira Beaches

 

Moraira Beaches



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La Cala a small rocky beach of clear waters and is difficult to access – get here either either by boat or by walking along the cliff.

Playa del Portet. It is a small shell shaped inlet, with clear waters and a sandy beach, and is a superb setting for a peaceful swim. There are a number of small bars and restaurants along the front, showers, and parking area. Its almost like a Caribbean bay, the water is turquoise, the road to it is winding, the hills are covered with pine trees.

Club Nautica The marina in Moraira is an exclusive yacht haven with many facilities, includung a restaurant

L’Ampolla Beach is near of the castle. A golden sand beach, it is the largest and most popular beach in the area. It is lifeguard guarded in summer. Ampolla beach is one of Moraira’s four blue flag beaches. As with all the Costa Blanca blue flag beaches Ampolla Beach is kept clean, is lifeguard patrolled in summer and has bars, restaurants and a Red Cross cabin. The main Moraira Beach “Playa la Ampolla” is safe for children, as it shelves gently.

Platgetes beaches, have easy access; they are half golden sand and half rocky. Parking area, restaurants, showers; it also has a nice promenade that links them. Les Playetes or Playa Platgetes (Valenciano or Castillian), Moraira, is just off the Moraira to Calpe road. It is a fine sand beach on a bay some 200 meters wide.

L’Andragó is a boulder beach with a parking area and pleasant restaurant right on the sea. The rest of the coastline up to Cap Blanc has a cliff path with viewpoints over the blue and green waters.

Cap Blanc has a very pleasant bathing beach at the bottom of the cliffs. You park at the top, and walk down the path to the platform with steps into the sea. Cap Blanc is a rocky beach with spectacular cliffs and magnificent views along the Mediterranean shoreline to the Rock at Calpe.

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