What to see in Moraira - Teulada

At the feet of the Castle stretches the beach of  l 'Ampolla , the busiest beach of all, made of fine golden sand. The tranquility and quality of their waters and the proximity to the urban core of Moraira makes it a beach where you can find the best services. In its surroundings you can enjoy the Marjal del Senillar, wetland declared a Wildlife Reserve. 

The Platgetes; Two small beach coves with clean water that alternate areas of fine sand and rock. They have an attractive walk-viewpoint with garden area andparking.  In it we find an access channel to the sea for small boats.

Teulada and Moraira also has four quieter coves with transparent and Crystalline water that are called Cap Blanc, L'andragó, Pôrtitxol and Llebeig.

The historic center of the village, the so-called "Gothic walled Teulada, declared of cultural interest with the category of "Historical Set", presents unique characteristics in the Valencian Community.

 The area, popularly known as "la Vila", is the old walled town. Gifted of great beauty, harmony and regularity, dates from the time of Moors and Christians conquests, with extensions of the XVI and XVII centuries Buildings.  It also has buildings that belong to the Baroque and a few that belong to modernism. The fortified Church of Santa Catalina, the Hermitage of the Divina Pastora and the Jurats i Justicies Room (where the City Hall is housed) are the most relevant to this Historic Site.

Since 2011, it has a magnificent auditorium where numerous national and international shows are performed.

Finally we could visit the huge natural spaces that this area can offer us, such as the Cave of Rats or the Marjal del Senillar; without forgetting the coast fortifications like La Iglesia-Fortaleza de Santa Caterina, in connection with the Watchtower of the Cap d'Or and the Moraira Castle. Monuments that formed the exclusive system of protection against enemy assaults on their beaches.

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