Things To Do

Theres so many things to do in Moraira and the surrounding areas for both adults and children.  A few great places to visit are Safari Aitana, Terra Mitica, Aqualandia, Bio Parc Valencia, Fonts del Algar, El Castell de Guadalest. 

For more information about Moraira please visit the Teulada Moraira Tourist Board.

Festivals in Moraira are bigger and better than you could ever imagine.  Some of our favourites are listed below.


Andalusi Medieval Market

This usually takes place on the first weekend in June and is mainly situated in Square La Sort.  Many streets in Moraira will be decorated with the medieval Andalucian theme and visitors can enjoy stalls, traditional food and entertainment.

Moors & Christians  

The Moors and Christians march through the streets of Moraira usually the second weekend in June. The packed programme includes not only the traditional parades, battles and the firing of the blunderbuss guns, but also a grand international music festival and several concerts. It is a spectacle not to be missed!

Nit Sant Joan (Saint John’s Day)

This festival takes place on 23rd June, the night before Saint John’s day to celebrate summer solstice and is celebrated in Moraira by lighting bonfires on the beach of Ampolla which would be kept going throughout the night to give light and warmth to those gathered to celebrate. In addition to this the beach is a great venue for watching the many firework displays taking place along the coast and to take food and drink to enjoy the evening with friends. 


The festival Nuestra Senora de Los Desempara Dos & Virgen del Carmen 

This festival is celebrated on the 15th & 16th July.  The first evening is a procession through the town and fireworks to music from the castle walls.

The second evening is a procession through the sea and aquatic fireworks from the castle walls, followed by an open air concert continuing through the night.

This festival is not to be missed!


Festa Moscatell 

The Fiesta of Moscatel usually takes place on the last weekend of the month and celebrates farmers and their harvest.  Taking place in Avenida Las Palmas in Teulada, it starts with the Moscatel Parade, traditional dancing, Muscat grape contest and free tasting of products from local wineries. 


Benidorm Pride

This colourful celebration usually takes place during the first week of September culminating on the Saturday with a parade working its way from Rincon de Loix and ending at Auditorium Julio Iglesia with a party!



Oktoberfest is held in Moraira on the first weekend of October!  A German Beer Festival being held in a large marquee with music, food and dancing!