With an abundance of beaches, Moraira and neighbouring towns offer truly stunning bays, coves and beaches that are highly regarded in the travel industry. With everything from extensive family friendly beaches, to quaint hideaways that celebrate the scenery in all its splendour.

Playa de L`Ampolla:   

A bustling beach, playa de L’Ampolla is one of Moraira’s busiest family friendly beaches. Fine, soft sand covers the beach making it a perfect choice for the little ones.

Calm, shallow waters make this a safe and relaxing spot to enjoy your summer holiday.

Palm tree lined with rentable sunbeds, hammocks and play areas, Playa de L’Ampolla has something for everyone and is situated less than 200 metres  from the town centre.

El Portet Beach:         

Moraira’s crowning glory, El Portet beach is famed for its crystal-clear waters, soft sand and pine-clad landscape.

With 3 bars and restaurants serving refreshments all day, you’re never too far from the bar!

Nestled in a charming shell shaped bay, the shallow waters and gently sloping sandy beach secure El Portet as the ideal family spot. 

 Cala del Moraig:  

The perfect beach for those who want to escape the busier spots.  

A simply stunning beach that celebrates the dramatic cliffs that surround the cove. Head here for a taste of true tranquillity and soak up the surroundings of unspoilt beauty.

Although the journey is not the simplest, it is well worth the travel to enjoy this beach in all its splendour. 

Arenal Beach:             

Undoubtedly the most popular beach on the Javea coastline is the renowned Arenal beach. The Arenal beach showcases soft, fine sand against dazzling, gentle waters.

The beach carries the prestigious EEC blue flag award for hygiene and cleanliness; each night the beach is meticulously cleaned to maintain high standards and allow for visitors to enjoy to the full.

An essential of most people’s visit, the beach offers a range of activities as well as a bustling promenade full of restaurants, shops, bars and clubs. 

Platgetes Beach:         

Boasting alternate areas of soft, fine sand and rock, the Platgetes offers a stunning viewpoint. The two small beach coves offer clear water and a charming promenade decorated with flowers and luscious gardens.

An urban beach with a relatively high occupancy in the summer, Platgetes has parking and a great selection of restaurants nearby.

Amenities are readily available which secured this beach as a firm family favourite. 

Cala Portitxol:             

A hidden cove nestled in one of Javea’s most affluent areas, Cala Portitoxol is home to picturesque fisherman houses and is the ideal space to observe the beautiful marine birds.

Measuring just 80 metres in length, this authentic space has turquoise waters to die for!

While away the hours, take a dip and revel in all its beauty. 

Cala Portitxolet:     

If it’s isolation you’re seeking then look no further than Cala Portitxolet. This small beach is stony underfoot and is accessed by a long flight of stairs.

One of Moraira’s best kept secrets, go here for crystal clear waters, the opportunity of cliff diving and untouched beauty.

Perhaps not one for the kids, but definitely at the top of our list for adults who wish for a little away-from-it-all paradise!

Cala Cap Blanc:           

A 200-metre-long and 7-metre-wide cove surrounded by sensational cliffs and detached rock face; this is the winner for diving lovers.

Be aware of potentially rough waters in some months but stay assured are still a sight to behold.

Visit Cala Cap Blanc for a small, quaint and unique beach experience.