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Price and Availability Index in Moraira
Vacation Rental Price Information in Moraira
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Moraira. The most expensive prices are in August (8/3 - 8/10). Prices reach an average of $335 per night. However, in February (2/9 - 2/16), prices decrease to an average of $122 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Moraira
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Moraira. More people travel to Moraira a week in January (1/11 - 1/18). So far, 75% of the rentals are occupied this week. More accommodations are available in a week of June (6/29 - 7/6) as the booking rate is only 27%.
The Weather in Moraira
The above is a climate diagram for Moraira. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 87°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 44° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Stay with Vacation Rentals in Moraira for Classic Spanish charm
Vacation rentals in Moraira, a stunning paradise on the Costa Blanca, provide you with all the amenities you need so you can save time and money when exploring this beautiful village. A fusion of old and new, with narrow cobbled streets and modern restaurants with lively bars, there's something for everyone. You could stay in a modern apartment overlooking the beach, or even a terraced house on a cobbled street.
Sample the best cuisine Moraira has to offer
Like many coastal towns, Moraira has an abundance of local seafood restaurants, serving fresh lobster, sea bass and much more. For a true Spanish experience, make sure you sample the tapas dishes at one of the beach front restaurants.
You may choose to make the most of your self-catering facilities and cook from home. If you choose to do this, you'll be well equipped to do so after visiting the Moraira's bustling Friday street market.
Take a trip to a nearby town to enjoy the history and culture
For a varied day trip, head north to Valencia, accessible by both car and public transport. There's plenty to do here in a day. You could start with the City of the Arts and Sciences, unique architecture housing various museums and attractions. It's here that you'll find the Oceanografic, the largest aquarium in Europe.
Alternatively, you could head south from Moraira and visit the port of Alicante which is home to various museums and galleries, as well as bustling bars and restaurants. The Old Town is well worth a visit if you want to live and breathe like a Spaniard.
Make the most of your trip to Moraira with these stunning sights
This rocky beach surrounded by spectacular, towering cliffs offers stunning views over the Mediterranean. In summer you can easily climb into the water from a ladder, and snorkel in the crystal waters.
Castillo de Moraira
This ten metre high, 18th century fortress was originally built to protect the area from pirates. Now visitors can explore the castle, and see where the famous bronze cannons were housed.
In an ideal location, easily reached from all areas of the town, this sandy beach is popular with visitors due to its calm waters, which are perfect for swimming. It is also home to a water park if you're feeling adventurous or with kids.
For a more energetic day out, climb up to the watchtowers situated above the coastline. On the climb up you'll gain beautiful views over the Mediterranean.
Playa del Portet
Another of the area's beautiful beaches, and often the most popular is the idyllic Playa del Portet. Its out-of-the-way location means it's slightly more peaceful. It offers paddleboarding and other watersports, and there are several quaint cafés nearby.
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