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Moraira in Costa Blanca north of Alicante in Spain

Moraira

Moraira in Costa Blanca north of Alicante in Spain

Among the municipalities of the North Costa Blanca, Moraira is one of them, a small fishing village located between mountains and vineyards that has been growing sustainably until it has become one of the main tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and one of the most exclusive and pleasant places. to live all year.

It is not spoiled by mass tourism. There are no big hotel chains, mega stores or high-rise buildings like in neighboring towns like Javea, Denia or Calpe…

The goodness of its Mediterranean climate with more than 300 days of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 19ºC, recognized by the WHO as one of the best in Europe and throughout the world.

The crystal clear waters of the beaches and coves of Moraira are of fine sand and rock, where swimming is safe and pleasant, you can practice diving, fishing, paddle surfing, sailing, in Playa El Portet, Playa De L’Ampolla, Les Platgetes, Cala Cap Blanc, Cala Andragó, Cala Portitxol, Cala LLebeig.

Moraira lives involved all year round with its sea due to its marina (Club Náutico Moraira).

Many nationalities have discovered Moraira, the international community that lives all year round is, among others, Dutch, Belgian, French, English, German, Swiss, Scandinavian…

Despite being a small town, it is not a ghost town in winter, here you can find everything you need from international clinics, supermarkets, hairdressers, gyms, public and international schools, restaurants, easy parking.

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New air route from Valencia to Vienna

Austrian Airlines

New air route from Valencia to Vienna

Since this past Saturday, June 4, 2022, the airline Austrian Airlines, belonging to the Lufthansa Group, connects the Valencia International Airport (VLC) in Spain with the Vienna International Airport (VIE) in Austria, with two weekly frequencies, Tuesday and Saturdays.

Julia Hillenbrand, general director of the Lufthansa Group for Western Europe, has assessed that, with the arrival of Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa Group consolidates its commitment to the Valencian Community, where for the first time, all the group’s companies will be operating this summer with a total of 140 weekly flights to/from Valencia.

Austrian Airlines offers between 160 and 198 seats, depending on the aircraft model, for this new direct flight and seeks to offer a “differentiating service” for the Valencian passenger through its ‘Business Class’ and also its ‘Economy Class’ offer, which includes a new gastronomic concept, «Austrian Melangerie», which allows you to taste traditional and regional Austrian cuisine before landing.

Lufthansa Group offers many connections to destinations around the world through hubs in Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Geneva, Brussels, Vienna, Athens, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Prague, Warsaw…

This means that the north of the Costa Blanca from its Valencia International Airport (VLC) is connected to: Germany, Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Russia, Romania, Serbia , Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine.

The maritime rescue and lifeguard service begins on the beaches of Teulada Moraira 2022

The maritime rescue and lifeguard service begins on the beaches of Teulada Moraira 2022

The maritime rescue and lifeguard service begins on the beaches of Teulada Moraira 2022

The maritime rescue and lifeguard service begins on the beaches of Teulada Moraira 2022

From June 4 to September 30, 2022, the beaches of Teulada Moraira begin maritime rescue services, lifeguards, public toilets and services for the protection and needs of bathers.

The surveillance schedule on the beaches will be as follows:

From June 4 to July 14: from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
From July 15 to August 25: from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
From August 26 to September 30: from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Outside these hours the beaches will be unattended

In addition, the public toilets on the Portet, l’Ampolla and Les Platgetes beaches will remain open, with a special cleaning and disinfection protocol service for these.

Teulada City Council reminds you that for any emergency they have the Teulada Local Police telephone number 965 74 09 46 and the emergency telephone number 112.

Check the status of the Portet, l’Ampolla and Les Platgetes beaches at the following link:

 

Moraira among the “best hidden gems in Europe” in 2022

Moraira

Moraira among the “best hidden gems in Europe” in 2022

Europe attracts tourists from all over the world every year, who come to discover the cultural, gastronomic, natural and historical wealth of the countries that comprise it. Among them, Spain and in particular the Valencian Community stand out as very popular destinations for visitors. This is reflected in the ranking of “Europe’s Best Hidden Gems” for the year 2022 published by the European Best Destinations site.

European Best Destination has released its list of “Europe’s Best Hidden Gems” for the year 2022. In this ranking, the site highlights little-known towns, but they deserve a detour just as much as destinations already in the spotlight. Thus, the first place is occupied by Batumi, in the Adjara region in Georgia, and Moraira in the Valencian Community are among the ten hidden gems, in a country already widely known for attracting tourists.

Moraira in the top 10

Moraira, the jewel of the Costa Blanca and the province of Alicante, the town of Moraira also stands out in the ranking of the Best European Destinations since it occupies the eighth place. It is true that the place has everything of a small corner of paradise. An intelligent mix of beaches, mountains, towns and cliffs with a large marina, this old fishing village has been able to reinvent itself to adapt to the explosion of tourism, while maintaining its authenticity and charm. It is the ideal destination for all visitors, whether alone, with family, friends or as a couple. Now you know where to go on vacation this summer.

Moraira – Alicante – Costa Blanca – Spain

Moraira is typically the kind of small seaside resorts one dreams of for a holiday in Spain. Far from the crowds, from soulless buildings, this family seaside resort right on the water is what you need for a relaxing holiday under the sun of the Spanish coast.

With its cliffs, its pines, its sublime villas, Moraira reminds us a bit of Capri in Italy; it is a perfect nature destination for those who want a holiday away from the crowds.

Probably one of the most beautiful villages on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is really ideal for a family or romantic holiday. Beautiful beaches and a temperate climate (never too hot even in the heart of summer) awaits you. If you love nature you will be delighted. Moraira is also ideal for water sports enthusiasts.

Moraira has something for everyone and will also appeal to history buffs (be sure to visit its castle) golfers (3 golf courses ) or those who just want to rest, take a boat trip, swim and end the day by tasting the local specialties in a restaurant.

Moraira is not only one of the best hidden gems in Europe, it is certainly also one of the best destinations for summer holidays in Europe.

Ecological Walk of Benissa Costa

Ecological Walk of Benissa Costa

In Benissa Costa on the Costa Blanca North we find an ecological walk of four kilometers of coastline with cliffs and small coves invaded by pine trees.

It is a low difficulty ecological walk with several sections that you can go with family and friends and that goes from Benissa Costa to Calpe.

The starting point is the Tourist Info Benissa Playa – Aula de la Mar which is in the Casa dels Cent Ventsy consists of two itineraries, south and north,

The estimated time to travel is about 2 hours. In it you can find several information panels, benches where you can contemplate incredible views or picnic areas where you can eat something.

 

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

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The Alicante coast recreate the perfect symbiosis between history and beach tourism. The Alicante coast from Denia to Pilar de Horadada has become in recent years a major tourist attraction. Dubbed the area like the Costa Blanca, its beaches, coves and cliffs delight all visitors.

Denia To the north of the province Denia is. Its origin dates back to Roman times, when the city was dedicated to the goddess Diana. The City Council keeps in its façade two memorial tablets from the ancient Roman temple. Since then he lived times of splendor thanks to its port and today continues wrapping traveler in narrow streets and suggestive marine atmosphere. Their houses are typical of a plant, white and red tile, with the traditional porch of the region known as riu-rau. The Muslim past evidenced by its castle as well as the annual celebration of the festival of Moors and Christians, common in the region. Another summer festival is the Bous a la mar (bulls to the sea), declared of National Tourist Interest. It is interesting to see the Church of the Assumption with Renaissance and Baroque altarpieces, as well as the popular neighborhood of fishermen, which includes one of the best environments in the city. Its natural environment is made up of large beaches of fine sand north and south rocky and rugged landscape and the natural park Montgó.