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Reviews of our villas in Moraira

We have 203 reviews of our villas in Moraira.

August 2019

We had a lovely stay at this exceptionally large villa. It was ideally situated for the town, which took us about 5-10 mins by car. The swimming pool was not overlooked and was very peaceful. Would definitely stay again.

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Sue Family from Walsall, United Kingdom
August 2019

We had a lovely two week family holiday staying at Casa Gee in August. We were three generations and the villa catered for us all being extremely well equipped and ideally placed. Although we had cars we appreciated being within walking distance of local supermarkets and a variety of excellent restaurants. We all enjoyed the pool which was maintained regularly and appreciated the linen being changed after the first week. The efficient aircon in the bedrooms was much appreciated. We enjoyed the variety of places to sit and relax at the villa, particularly enjoyed spending evenings sat on the terrace at the front of the villa with a nice glass of wine. Moraira is a lovely multinational town offering a very family friendly sandy beach and a wide variety of restaurants catering for everyone and a variety of interesting shops and a large marina. We tripped out to places like Guadalest, Javea and Altea but always pleased to return to Moraira. We would have liked to have gone to the local waterfalls and caves but time went too quickly. We would thoroughly recommend this villa and hopefully we will return. Mallorie family - Kenilworth

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Paul Family from Kenilworth , United Kingdom
August 2019

What a beautiful private villa in a lovely quite area only 10 minutes drive into the centre of Moraira. Great hosts who were very helpful and the villa was well equipped for everything we needed to make our holiday special. Will definitely be back again

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Suzanne Family from Burnley, United Kingdom
July 2019

We had a wonderful holiday in this beautiful house. We made some amazing memories. The swimming pool is absolutely amazing, it's huge! My children had the best time. The house itself has everything you need and so much space, again it's huge! Mark the owner was very helpful and gave us all the information we needed. He contacted us whilst we were there just to make sure everything was okay. You definitely need a hire car staying here. The local bars/restaurants were great. The beaches are lovely. Would highly recommend staying this amazing house.

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Samantha Family from West Stourmouth, United Kingdom
April 2019

Beautiful villa with all the trimmings. Incredibly attractive. Wonderful beds both inside and outside at the pool and terrace Nothing is missing !! Many houses rented but this was really the most beautiful !! We had a great holiday. Renting a car is advisable.

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Renter: Marielle R.
Marielle R.
January 2019

We know the Moraira area well and have rented several properties here over recent years - this is the best! Everything is exactly as described, and is well cared for and maintained, with a helpful and efficient local manager on hand if needed. With small children in our family, the securely gated access to the pool was important, and there was lots of outside space for them to play, also securely gated from the road. The upstairs/downstairs accommodation is ideal for families sharing, and upstairs was perfect for us as a couple before and after the family joined us. Renting in February, we didn't use the lovely pool but were glad of the heating - aircon units with heat option, numerous electric convector heaters, and a very effective woodburner. The glazed naya with lovely view was perfect for meals, and for warm weather there's plenty of outside seating with tables. We're already looking forward to our next stay at this villa.

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Christine Family from Stewkley, United Kingdom

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Travel guide

Villas in Moraira

Located halfway between Alicante to the south and Valencia to the north, Moraira is an upscale and unspoiled family-friendly resort in the heart of the Costa Blanca. Like its old fishing village neighbours Calpe and Denia, Moraira is popular for its seafood gastronomy and traditional seafront restaurants, as well as its piercing blue waters and water sports. Discover charming whitewashed houses nestled against a mountain backdrop and 18th century Moraira Castle overlooking the main beach L'Ampolla - a symbol of the region's Moorish history. The eight beautiful beaches here are a combination of sand and rock, with plenty of little coves to enjoy some undisturbed peace. Moraira has two old towns - Teulada and Moraira, where you can enjoy a glass of regional wine and fresh fish straight from the local market.

Key holiday info

  • Alicante and Valencia both serve Moraira, with flights from the UK taking 2hrs 15 mins. Alicante to Moraira is approx. a 1 hour drive, with shuttle bus and taxi transfers.
  • July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 25°C.
  • July has an average sea temperature of 25°C.
  • 18th century Moraira Castle overlooks main beach L'Ampolla and is a symbol of the town.
  • Moraira has 3 golf courses.
  • El Portet is a popular dive site and snorkel site.

A beginner's guide to villa holidays in Moraira

Moraira is one of the unspoiled gems of the Costa Blanca, situated between Javea and Calpe, close to the AP7 motorway and N332 main road. With a picturesque coastline free of tower blocks, and busy promenades it is nestled at the foot of a hillside valley, with a string of seafront restaurants overlooking the intense blue Mediterranean. There are eight beaches in total, with two main local sandy beaches with plenty of facilities for families to enjoy.

Stunning Portet cove by the lookout tower near the Cap d'Or, is the perfect base for water sports. 18th century Moraira Castle looks over the main beach L'Ampolla, nestled among the rocks. This region of the Costa Blanca is popular with divers and there are opportunities for sailing, canoeing and jetskiing. There are also plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures from hiking and cycling to golf and tennis. In the evenings watch the world go by with a local cocktail at one of the seafront bars; for big nights out you may want to follow the bright lights of Benidorm, a half hour drive away.

Did you know...

  • Legend has it that Moraira was named after the Moorish princess Ira, la Mora.
  • Moraira has a huge open air market every Friday held every Friday held in the main car park, where you can buy everything from handmade jewellery to fresh local produce.
  • Moraira is officially part of the small town of Teulada, located just a few kilometers inland.