Location: Moraira, Spain

Moraira is a small fishing town in the La Marina on Spain’s Costa Blanca. It lies between Alicante in the south, and Valencia in the North. Getting to Moraira is easily accessible by air, land, and sea

The Spanish Costa Blanca coastline gets sunshine almost the entire year. The summer months have deep blue skies and rarely see clouds. Especially through June to the end of August. During these months temperatures touch above 30 degrees Celsius (86° Fahrenheit). During the Winter months especially during January and February being the coldest months the temperature can drop to an average of 12 degrees Celsius (55°  Fahrenheit) with crisp blue skies. October is famous for the Gota Fria period where it rains sometimes for weeks. This is the very few times the skies are not blue. Average Weather Forecast 

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Getting to Moraira

By Air

Getting to Moraira by air is incredibly easy being served with a wealth of International Airports.

Valencia (VLC) is 120 km to the North and Alicante-Elche Airport (ALC) is 85 km to the south. Further afield you have Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) in the north with a good 5-1/2 hr drive (479 km) and Murcia-San Javier Airport (MJV) further to the south being about a 1-1/2 hr drive (163 km).

By Road

You can drive easily to Moraira via the national highway N-332 or by using the AP-7  which is the faster and more convenient toll road.

By Sea

You can get to Moraira from the sea via Denia which is a small town on the coast 31 km north of Moraira, or a 30 minute drive by car. Denia connects Ibiza and Palma. An ideal launching pad to and from the Balearic islands More Information 

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